TD Bank Group has announced that it is bringing on Cherie Brant to its Board of Directors. Brant will also be joining the Board’s Risk Committee.
“We are very pleased to welcome Cherie to TD’s Board of Directors. A trusted advisor to industry leaders and Indigenous groups, Cherie’s legal expertise, ESG experience, and unique insights will strengthen the Board and the Bank,” said Brian Levitt, Chair of the Board, TD Bank Group.
Cherie is a partner and national leader for the Indigenous law group at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG). She is also a member of the BLG’s Environmental, Social, and Governance initiative.
Her experience covers a wide and vastly diverse range of industries, including energy and transmission, land development and financing on First Nations lands, Indigenous Infrastructure, and economic development for Indigenous-owned businesses and Indigenous governments.
She also serves as a strategy and policy advisor to Indigenous groups looking to explore their entitlements regarding jurisdiction and authority.
Asides from what she does at BLG, she has been appointed to the board of several other firms, including the Anishnawbe Health Foundation, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and Canadian Club of Toronto, and Hydro One Limited. She is also a part of various advisory committees.
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