Randy Lennon
Chief Alliances Officer
Co-Founder

Randy Lennon is an entrepreneur with decades of experience who has founded and built successful enterprises in the fields of newspaper publishing, television and radio, recording artist management, retail, advertising and marketing, and the Internet. Randy has also worked as a police officer, regional and national television and radio talk show host, actor in a situation comedy pilot, and a special advisor to the leader of a major national political party in Ottawa. His recording artists have won US Gold and Platinum albums as well as the Juno Award in Canada. Founder of the Spruce Grove Examiner newspaper at age 19, Randy built the company to a chain of four weekly newspapers. Over 40 years later, The Examiner continues to serve Edmonton community as a trusted newspaper brand. As Chairman of the Privatization Committee of the board of directors of Access Television Network, Randy oversaw the first successful privatization of a public television broadcaster in North America.

As a television and radio personality, speaker and trainer in areas of personal growth and self development, and as a business mentor and angel investor, Randy has a passion for empowering others.  As the founder of The Breakthrough Company and through his “Questions Experience” he has helped more than 1,000 people, through one-on-one coaching and workshops, determine what stops them and move toward pursuing their true calling in life.  His business, personal, and spiritual journeys are completely aligned with TRM’s commitment to spark a Resilience Revolution in Canada.

Noelle Leemburg
Chief Relationship Officer
Co-Founder

Noelle Leemburg is an accomplished speaker, trainer, Fortune 500 executive, and a published author. As an entrepreneur, she founded her first training business in 2003. She quickly expanded internationally, to post-secondary institutes, small and large organizations in Canada, the US and Singapore.

Noelle has inspired thousands of people through her keynote speeches, business presentations, workshops and training programs. Her clients represent industries in manufacturing & distribution, media, medicine, finance, construction and the energy sector. She has designed and facilitated customized sales and communication programs for many companies, including Shaw, Schlumberger, Ledcor, Jim Pattison and Mauser.

As Fortune 500 Director of Sales, responsible for over 2000 customers with revenues of $250 million, she led and managed a team of 45 sales professionals, managers and customer service reps. She grew a “50 Best Managed” Platinum Award- winning company from regional to national prominence, with her transformative leadership style and process development.

Committed to giving back to her community, Noelle has served on a variety of local boards, including Toastmasters and the Canadian Marketing Association and is guest speaker at BDC events. She co-authored the book titled The No B.S. Truth – What it Really Takes to Build a Successful Business. A facilitator for Selling Powers Top 20 company in the US, Noelle is a member of the Sales Experts Channel and has been a guest on a variety of podcasts.

After 18 years of dedication to education and empowerment, Noelle is working with The Resilient Mind Life Project to help people thrive, by managing their minds and their physical health. Her goal is to create value-based relationships with our partners, alliances, clients and others who share the vision to “Spark a Resilience Revolution.”

Dave Loney
Chief People Officer
Co-Founder

Early in Dave’s career he co-founded Eagle’s Flight – a corporate training and consulting firm that revolutionized the business application for experiential learning to evoke human growth. Eagles Flight training is currently used by Fortune 500 companies in 25 languages and over 35 countries.

Dave has facilitated training programs for many Fortune 500 Companies. Among his most memorable were providing a learning experience for an international leadership program on the Great Wall of China, engaging a corporate audience at Jesus College in Cambridge, UK, and training a Middle Eastern pharmaceutical sales force in Paris. Dave has been a panelist and presenter for many topics including International Business Strategies, Innovative Marketing, Managing Exponential Growth, and Mental Health in the Workplace.

Dave has served on several Boards, including the Instructional Systems Association, an association of CEO’s and owners of privately held learning providers, with $1M to $200M in revenues.

Passionate about fostering resilient leadership and organization growth, Dave utilizes several proprietary instruments along with his own developed tools. A published author, his book, “Sweating From Your Eyes: Emotional Fitness for Men”, provides a coaching model for setting goals in the emotional arena, and challenges men to a higher level of self- awareness and authenticity. It includes a validated personal survey that measures one’s current emotional state and provides personalized strategies for change.

Over the past 15 years, Dave has been facilitating strategic planning retreats, coaching and consulting to CEO’s, Boards, and HR Executives to help solve high stake leadership challenges. In his dual role as Chief People Officer and Director of Certified Resilience Partners, he will be focusing on team relationship health, strategic alignment, and innovative solutions that fuel our collective vision to “Spark a Resilience Revolution”.
daveloney.com

Vic Lebouthillier

Vic LeBouthillier
Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder

Vic has spent the past 28 years of his 38-year career in health care product development with a focus in behavioral health. His personal vision statement best reflects his focus:

“To close the gap that exists between advances in mental, social, behavioural health sciences and individuals that need the support.”

Since 1987, Vic has been focused on program development to improve individual self-care within populations, through group work and eventually integrating interactive web-based tools. In 1987 as a Business Consultant, he developed emotional intelligence and resilience training implemented in the workplace. In 1999 as CEO of Alive publishing group, he published information on the brain’s neuroplasticity and the link between relationship and mental health with a readership of 1.4m a month.. Alive also distributed health-based accredited training courses in 3 continents.

In 2004 he founded the Alive for Wellness 30-day in-patient program for people desiring to overcome a mental health struggle and a 60-day app/telephone after care program which still operates today (www.aliveforwellness.life). In 2008 he partnered with Dr. Scott Miller and Dr. Barry Duncan and co-founded MyOutcomes (www.myoutcomes.com), a clinical tool that helps behavioral health clinicians increase their clinical effectiveness and was a recipient of the national United Kingdom’s Mental Health Innovation Of The Year award. MyOutcomes is approved by the US Joint Commission and certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; MyOutcomes is currently used in over 24 countries by private and governmental mental health clinics, the US Military, and over 28 universities in their graduate training programs. Over 13 randomized clinical trials confirm that using MyOutcomes can double the effect size of mental health clinicians.

In 2015, motivated to make advanced neural, behavioral, and social sciences more affordable and accessible to all people, Vic assembled a group of thought-leading academics, clinical professionals, and educators and founded The Resilient Mind Project that supports and trains people who exhibit a readiness to change and wish to increase their resilience.

Chris Sherback, CA
President
Co-Founder

Chris began his career as an auditor with Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he learned how various businesses approach the same problem with different system designs and varying levels of success. Having developed a flexible approach to problem solving, he then moved into the healthcare field by joining Ormed Information Systems, where he designed accounting and business management systems for hospitals and clinics. Chris soon became President & CEO of Ormed, which initially had only one product that ran in a handful of hospitals and clinics in Western Canada. Over the course of the next 20 years, he used his role to guide Ormed into becoming an industry leader, with 25 products running in over 280 healthcare organizations throughout Canada and the United States. Chris plays a critical role in The Resilient Mind project by helping current and prospective clients move from a disease management model to a disease prevention model through the use of resilience training. (www.ormed.com)

Dr Joti Samra
Chief Science Officer

Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. is the Clinic Founder of Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. & Associates, an expanding in-office and virtual counselling practice with associates throughout BC, and CEO & Founder of MyWorkplaceHealth, a full-suite national consultancy on psychological health and safety (PH&S) in the workplace. Dr. Samra is a highly-regarded expert in psychological health and safety (PH&S). Over the past two decades, she’s been involved in numerous national initiatives that have contributed to policy change in Canada. She’s a Founding & Ongoing Member of the CSA Technical Committee that developed the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace (CAN/CSA-Z1003-13/BNQ9700-803/2013). This Standard is the first of its kind in the world and is shaping policy development for workplace PH&S at the international ISO level. Dr. Samra holds the role of Chief Science Officer for The Resilient Mind.