David J. Rowntree, Chairman
Alton McEwen
Mr. Rowntree is a founder and Managing Director of Tricor Mr. McEwen is an experienced business executive with an Pacific Capital, a private equity investment firm. Prior to excellent reputation in the worldwide specialty coffee industry.
founding Tricor, Mr. Rowntree spent over 16 years as a In July 2011, Mr. McEwen was appointed President and practicing lawyer both in public practice and as in-house CEO of Distant Lands Coffee Company, having served on the counsel. In addition to serving as Chairman of Ten Peaks, company’s board of directors since 2006. Distant Lands is a Mr. Rowntree is a board member of CPI Card Group, Golden premium, vertically-integrated coffee farming, importing and Boy Foods, and Keyes Packaging Group, Inc. Mr. Rowntree roasting operation based in the state of Washington. Previously, obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Mr. McEwen was CEO of The Second Cup Ltd., Canada’s British Columbia and a Bachelor of Law degree from leading specialty coffee retailer, from 2000 until his retirement Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario.
in 2004. In addition, he brings strong packaged goods andfood service expertise gained through prior senior managementpositions with mmmuffins Ltd., Rowntree Canada, Laura Frank Dennis, President & CEO, Director
Secord, and Catelli Ltd. Mr. McEwen is a graduate of McGill Mr. Dennis leads Ten Peaks and SWDCC with over 15 years of experience in the coffee industry. His background is inpackaged goods marketing with Braun Canada and Kraft FoodsCanada. Mr. Dennis led the $300 million Kraft coffee portfolio Roland W. Veit
in the late 1990s and was responsible for the sale of the A native of Switzerland, Mr. Veit is the principal owner and Swiss Water Division to private equity interests in 2000. Chairman of Paragon Coffee Trading Company Ltd. (Paragon), As President and CEO of SWDCC, he has led the growth of the a large US green coffee trading house. He has been involved in business and the brand as well as the extended development the coffee business since 1972, when he started his career at of the chemical free decaffeination category. Mr. Dennis is Nestle's world headquarters in Switzerland. In 1978, Mr. Veit highly involved in the specialty coffee industry and is also left Nestle to work as a coffee trader in Johannesburg and New currently the President of “Grounds For Health” a charity York, before co-founding Paragon in 1986. He served as a dedicated to reducing cancer in women living in coffee- board member of the Green Coffee Association of New York producing regions. Mr. Dennis earned a B.A. in Economics (GCA) from 1998 until 2007, including two terms as from the University of Western Ontario, and a M.B.A. from Chairman. Mr. Veit serves as a quality and technical arbitrator for the GCA, and the Specialty Coffee Association of America(SCAA). Previously, he was the Chairman of the SCAA’sInternational Relations Committee.
Diane Fulton
Ms. Fulton is Vice-President and Chief Investment Officer ofthe Vancouver Foundation. Previously, she was Executive Sherry Tryssenaar, CMA, CFO
Director of Investments for the University of British Columbia’s As Chief Financial Officer of Ten Peaks and SWDCC, Faculty Pension Plan. In addition, she spent 11 years at Scotia Ms. Tryssenaar is responsible for the corporate finance, external McLeod Inc., most recently as Director and Vice President of financial reporting, compliance and risk management, and Corporate Finance. Ms. Fulton is an advisor to the investment investor relations functions of the companies. Ms. Tryssenaar committees of Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and is an experienced financial executive and a Certified Pacific Blue Cross. She holds an honours B.Sc. from the Management Accountant. She earned a Bachelor of Business University of Toronto and an M.B.A. from York University. In Administration (first class honours) from Simon Fraser 2008, she completed the Directors Education Program offered University, and an MSc (Econ) from the London School of by the Institute of Corporate Directors and earned the ICD.D Economics, which she attended as a Commonwealth Scholar.
Ms. Tryssenaar is Vice Chair of YWCA Metro Vancouver, and a director of Unit Electrical Engineering, a privately heldcorporation. In 2011, Ms. Tryssenaar was recognized as Richard T. Mahler
BC’s CFO of the Year in the Small Public Company category.
Mr. Mahler was Executive Vice President and CFO of FinningInternational Inc., the world's largest Caterpillar dealer, from1990 until his retirement in 2003. In addition to serving onTen Peaks board of Directors, Mr. Mahler is a director and chairof British Columbia Investment Management Corporation and a director and chair of Sterling Shoes Inc. He is past chair ofPartnerships BC, and past chair of the VGH/UBC HospitalFoundation. He holds an M.B.A. from McMaster University,and a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computing Science from the University of Waterloo.
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