Elaine Roper is a Partner and Head of the Board & CHRO Practices based in Toronto. Her expertise lies in corporate and board governance, human capital strategy planning and implementation, and executive talent management and search.
Elaine brings over 35 years of international experience as a CHRO, consultant and board director in the technology, financial services and not-for-profit sectors, in addition to public/private partnership organizations throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
She has sat on numerous high-profile non-profit boards over the last 20 years, and is currently serving with the Canada Games Council (national) and Niagara 2021 Canada Summer Games Host Society. Prior board leadership roles include: Vice-Chair at the Royal Ontario Museum, and Board Chair at the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario. Elaine has chaired the Governance and Human Resources Committees at the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, the Textile Museum of Canada, and Bishop’s University while serving on their boards.
Elaine holds a Bachelor’s degree in German and Business Administration from Bishop’s University. She has completed the Rotman Directors Education programme and is accredited through the Institute for Corporate Directors.