Board of Directors

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Monica Kreuger
Global Infobrokers
Monica Kreuger is the founder, President and CEO of Global Infobrokers Inc., a firm dedicated to education, entrepreneurship, the environment and global citizenry and all within a socially responsible framework. She has assisted over 750 entrepreneurs launch their companies in SK and AB through their post-secondary institute, Praxis School of Entrepreneurship. In 2010 Praxis opened a representative office in China where they serve entrepreneurs who wish to establish operations in Saskatchewan.
Jessica Theriault
Mosaic Canada
Director Environmental Affairs, Potash Operations
Bruce Willis
Office Managing Partner
Evan Doepker
2nd Vice Chair
Thomas Benjoe
1st Vice Chair
Jenna Moore
Jason Moser
PFM Capital Inc.
Partner, Senior Director - Investments
Greg McIntyre
Royal Bank of Canada
Senior Commercial Account Manager
Marco Ricci
Greenwave Innovations
VP Sales & Business Development
Neha Jain
Account Director, Business Growth
Neha’s current role as Account Director with TAXI focuses on accountability, acting as her clients’ advocate for process and efficiency. In her day-to-day, Neha is an extension of her client teams, identifying opportunities to fill in the gaps, while ensuring beautiful ideas are transformed into amazing campaigns. Expanding her role in 2020, Neha took on business growth for TAXI in Saskatchewan. Neha has a fully integrated background, with experience in everything from pure brand development to advertising campaigns to online and viral marketing and beyond. Her focus has been on the Saskatchewan public sector, including SaskTel, SaskPower, Directwest, the South Saskatchewan Regional Economic Partnership, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and most recently, the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association. In her downtime, she spends as much time as she can fishing, camping, quadding, or just sitting by the fire - preferably with her teenage daughter, Annabelle, by her side.

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