Audrey Wubbenhorst is currently a Business Professor at both Humber College and George Brown College in Toronto, where she teaches Banking, Marketing and Communications. She also writes and consults on a number of topics including governance and today’s workplaces.
Audrey was formerly Vice President of the Canadian Board Diversity Council, leading a portfolio which included research, governance education and advocacy. Prior to this role she spent over a dozen years at a major financial institution holding a variety of roles in real estate, corporate finance, human resources and communications.
In addition to Build Toronto, Audrey currently also serves on the board of the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). Audrey previously sat on the board of Toronto Community Housing Corporation, where she chaired a number of committees, as well as on the board of Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter for five years including two as Chair. She has completed board education with the Institute of Corporate Directors as well as the Get on Board governance education program.
Audrey holds an MBA in Financial Services from Dalhousie University and an MA in Communications from Ryerson and York. She earned her BA (Hons) from McGill University and has also completed a number of professional programs including a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers (FICB), a Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility from St. Mike’s College, a corporate leadership program from the Aspen Institute and a program in adult learning from Humber College.