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Prabh K. Banga

Acting Board Chair, Board Member

Prabh is the Senior Director of Sustainability with Aecon Group Inc., where she leads the development and delivery of Aecon’s sustainability strategy. Her key responsibilities include integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG), identifying future trends, tracking emerging technologies, and operationalizing sustainability into day-to-day practices. Prabh is also a part-time professor with the University of Toronto, teaching corporate sustainability and sustainability career development.Prior to joining Aecon, Prabh was the Associate Director, Strategy & Sustainability at Toronto Pearson International Airport, where she was ranked Top 40 under 40 in North America by Airport Business for integrating sustainability as a value driver into airport operations and management. She was also ranked Top 20 under 40 by Wings Magazine for influencing Canadian Aviation. Prabh graduated from McMaster University with a Honors Bachelor of Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences and a Masters degree in Resource and Environmental Management from Dalhousie University.

Cindy Toth

Vice Chair, Board Member

Cindy Toth, HB.Sc., Dipl. EST (IHE) is recently retired from the Town of Oakville after serving as Director of the Environmental Policy department for almost 14 years. She has a degree in biological sciences and international diploma/masters in environmental science and technology. Cindy brings to the Board 35 year’s experience as an environmental scientist and policy strategist working on environmental sustainability, energy management, climate change, biodiversity, contaminated lands, air quality, outreach and education, environmental monitoring and data and indicator reporting.

Raj Krishnamoorthy

Treasurer, Board Member

Raj Krishnamoorthy is a Partner with Deloitte with over 30 years of experience. Raj works in the Cyber risk practice in Canada. Raj has a Master’s degree in Commerce. He is a Chartered Accountant (FCA) in England and Wales, a Chartered Accountant (FCPA, FCA) in Canada, a Certified Information Systems Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). Raj was also on the Board of Ascend Canada, an organization dedicated to furthering the careers of Pan Asians in the Canadian workplace.

Uzair Khokhar

Secretary, Board Member

Uzair Khokhar is a current student at Rotman School of Management. He has graduated with honors from Maclachlan College, Oakville, while being actively involved in the community. Uzair is a member of the Junior Optimist Club and Canadian Blood Services as part of his volunteering experience. He takes part in international debating/public speaking competitions and holds relevant experience in organizing events. Uzair has served as a Youth Stakeholder for HCC’s Gen Green Conference to focus on fundraising and marketing. He aspires to be an investment banker with niche attention to environment-friendly corporations and markets with growth potential since the “future is green.”

Moira Matsubuchi- Shaw

Board Member

An Oakville resident, Moira has been involved in volunteer work with a number of organizations and schools. One of her primary interests is the connection between agri-food systems and climate change and the development of solutions.

Martin Omes

Board Member

Martin holds a MEd from Cape Breton University with a focus upon Sustainability, Creativity, and Innovation! He currently works on several community environmental projects while he works as the Logistics Coordinator for Gamers Outreach Foundation which focuses upon providing entertainment through gaming for Children's Hospitals across the globe. His previous work included working with the City of Toronto on Major Infrastructure, and Wastewater projects. He also works as a Goalie Coach for the Georgetown Soccer Club, and he is the Lead Commentator for Ontario Soccer. He brings experience in Project Management, Community Outreach, and Fundraising through his many projects to HEN.

Herbert Sinnock

Board Member

As Director – Sustainability for Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Herb is responsible for corporate sustainability vision, strategy and culture, including implementation of Mission Zero, the institution’s ambitious plan to reduce energy consumption, waste to landfill and greenhouse gas emissions. Prior to joining Sheridan College, he was Manager of the Centennial Energy Institute at Centennial College in Scarborough, Ontario. With nearly 30 years of experience in the energy sector, Herb has worked in project management, technology research and product development for several energy and environmental projects.
Herb holds a M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Energy Engineering and Electrical Engineering, respectively. He is currently a PhD student in University of Waterloo’s Sustainability Management Program, researching community sustainability transitions. Herb’s passion is driving transformational change throughout organizations of all scale and scope, with a focus to realizing a sustainable future for all species on earth. To this end, he has founded two research and development companies to innovate and commercialize energy and environmental technologies. He is an early pioneer of smart grids with a patent to his name and credit on global standards for distributed energy systems. He was a key sponsor of community energy planning projects in Town of Oakville and City of Brampton and sits on the Board of Directors of the Centre for Community Energy Transformation. For a decade he was a member of Burlington’s Sustainable Development Committee and served as Chair of the committee for 2 years.