As an employee-owned company, we provide a work environment where collaboration is easy, people are friendly and engaged, and our projects are delivered as one team.
EastPoint's Advisory Board brings together the right people to find innovative solutions to complex challenges.
Janet has devoted much of her professional and board governance career to guiding and supporting organizations and their leaders toward growth and breakthrough moments. She is a founding partner of NATIONAL Public Relations (Atlantic)
Growing up outside New Glasgow, Ernie was always building something – a raft or go cart, a boat or a fort. His first part-time job at 12 years old was helping his father build new cabins at the local community summer camp. Ernie’s been building Nova Scotia ever since.
For over 30 years, Ray Ritcey has put his energy into Nova Scotia. As a pioneer in the natural gas sector he helped change the face of energy in our province. He’s made many lifelong friendships along the way, a testament to his character as well as how seriously he takes his commitments.
Phil Knoll’s career has spanned 30 years in the energy sector, leading organizations both in the Maritimes and in Western Canada like Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline and Corridor Resources.
Jim brings big picture thinking back home. Vibrant, growing communities include many voices. Senator Jim Cowan has spent the last decade serving Canadians in the Senate, working to build consensus.
Rick spent 20 years with Black & MacDonald where he acted as Divisional Manager of Special Projects and Regional Manager of Business Development. He moved on to Business Development Lead at G. J. Cahill & Company, where he works to build their business in the Atlantic region.
Jim knows what it means to be invested in the ocean. And our region. As the former CEO of the Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship (COVE), his leadership is growing our impact and visibility around the world.
Jamie is a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and attended the Dalhousie School of Architecture and the Harvard Graduate School for Design. He is a former president of the Ontario Association of Architects, where he received the Order of da Vinci award for his significant contribution and leadership to the profession.