Alumni Executive Committees

Activities
Remi Ojo '08 (Chair)
Zach Spencer '07

Alumni Internship
Jay Mansoor '92 (Chair)
Lincoln Mak '10

Alumni Professional Mentoring
Fraser Chapman '93 (Chair)
Matt Wolfe '08

Governance & Nominations
Philip Lloyd '09 (Chair)

Reunion Giving
Jamie Lougheed '87, P'18
Jeff McFarland '10

Contact

Leslie Pringle
Alumni Relations Officer
lpringle@crescentschool.org
416-449-2556 x204
About

Alumni Executive

Alumni Executive Committee Members

List of 15 items.

  • Tim Watson, Chair, Governance and Nomination Committee

    Tim Watson '01

    Chair of Alumni Executive
    Member of Crescent School Board of Governors

    Tim Watson, Class of 2001, was appointed Chair of the Alumni Executive in 2019. He is General Counsel and Vice President at Lanterra Developments. Previously he worked at OPTrust and Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. He holds a Juris Doctor and Masters of Business Administration from York University and a Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University. He is the past Chair of the Centennial Infant and Child Centre, which assists children with developmental delays and their families. Tim and his wife Caitlin have three young children.
  • Bruce Burgess, Dentonia Representative

    Bruce Burgess '57

    Dentonia Representative

    Bruce Burgess, Class of 1957, attended Crescent when it was located at Dentonia Park, and his mission is to keep the memory of that era alive. He is also a supporter of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. In 2007, Bruce commissioned artist Robert Vanderhorst to create the painting called “Field Day” that evokes the School’s Dentonia Park history. The original is displayed in Crescent's main reception. In 2011, he donated “Portrait of a Boy in School Uniform” by Canadian artist Fredrick Sproston Challener. That painting now hangs in Crescent’s main reception.
  • Fraser Chapman, Chair, Professional Mentoring Program

    Fraser Chapman ’93

    Chair, Professional Mentoring Program

    Fraser Chapman, Class of 1993, is Vice President, Sr. Investment Advisor at BMO Nesbitt Burns. In addition to his role as Chair of Crescent’s Professional Mentoring program, he has been a committed member and fundraiser of the children’s cancer survivorship community for the last 10 years, serves as a campaign cabinet member for Camp Oochigeas and is the President and Co-Founder of the Morning Glory Cycling Community. Fraser is married with three children.
  • Clark Davis '02

    Faculty Liasion

    Clark Davis, Class of 2002, is an Upper School business teacher at Crescent School. Clark officially started his career at Crescent in September 2016 after a successful practicum which he completed at Crescent while working on his Master's degree. Clark serves on the Alumni Executive as the Faculty Liaison.
  • Tom Dobson '98


    Tom Dobson, Class of 1999, started at Crescent in Grade 5. Crescent set him up for success at university, where he graduated with honours from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelors in Business Administration. He works for RBC Wealth Management in head office, managing a team of professionals supporting high-net-worth clients. Tom still keeps in touch with his Crescent family and is close friends with many fellow alumni. Tom and his wife Jen have two girls, Abby and Jacqueline.
  • Philip Lloyd '09

    Chair, Governance & Nominations

    Philip Lloyd, Class of 2009, is the Communications Specialist on the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre team at the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation. He serves as Chair of the Governance and Nomination Committee and as a member of the Past & Present Editorial Board. He enjoys running, travelling, and staying active in provincial and federal politics.
  • Lincoln Mak

    Lincoln Mak '10

    AIP Committee

    Lincoln Mak, Class of 2010, is a Category Manager at Colgate-Palmolive. His previous roles were at Hotspex and Summitt Energy, both co-founded by fellow Crescent alumni. Lincoln likes to stay active in his free time playing sports like baseball, golf and tennis. As a member of the Crescent Alumni Executive, he serves on the Alumni Internship Program committee, bringing his perspective as a successful past participant of that program.
  • Andrew Norris

    Andrew Norris '03


    Andrew Norris, Class of 2003, is co-founder and COO of Taplytics, a Toronto-based software startup that helps companies such as Ticketmaster, CBS and RBC determine the best digital experiences for their customers. Andrew and his four co-founders (all Crescent alumni), attended the prestigious Y Combinator program in 2014 and have been growing Taplytics to be a leading company in their industry ever since. Andrew graduated from Queen’s University Engineering in 2007.
  • Remi Ojo

    Remi Ojo Jr. '08

    Chair, Activities

    Remi Ojo Jr., Class of 2008, is an MBA & MMA Candidate at Queen's University with a background in management within Bell Canada's Field Operations business unit. In addition to serving on the Alumni Activities committee of the Crescent Alumni Executive, Remi is a committee member of the Queen’s Young Engineering Alumni, an avid traveller, and a member of Team Canada's senior men's Ultimate Frisbee team.
  • Dan Pringle '05


    Dan Pringle, Class of 2005, is a physiotherapist and owner of Endeavour Sports Performance and Rehabilitation, running two sports medicine clinics in Lawrence Park and Leaside. In addition to teaching and mentoring other health professionals, Dan provides on-site therapy to Crescent teams and athletes and has been a guest speaker in physical education classes and career events at the school.
  • Jeff McFarland '10

    Fundraising/Reunion Giving

    Jeff McFarland, Class of 2010, is a Canadian Financial Services Associate in Equity Research at Scotiabank Global Banking & Markets. After graduating from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2014, Jeff has worked in a number of roles at Scotiabank, both in Toronto and New York. Jeff serves on the Fundraising & Reunion Giving Committee of the Alumni Executive. He enjoys playing sports and volunteering in his spare time.
  • Zach Spencer ’07

    Activities Committee

    Zach Spencer, Class of 2007, studied Business at Wilfrid Laurier, earning a BBA degree. He works in alternative lending to growing small and medium-sized businesses. He has earned his CFA, FRM, CIM designations, while working in Toronto, Miami and London.

  • Matt Wolfe '08

    Professional Mentoring Committee

    Matt Wolfe, Class of 2008, is Vice President at WolfeCorp, a second generation family-run real estate business that focuses on asset management, ownership and mixed-use real estate development. Prior to joining WolfeCorp, Matt held a senior leadership and business development role with Chubb Insurance where he was responsible for strategic partnership development, risk underwriting, sales and distribution. Matt is an avid rugby player and while at Queen’s was a three-time Academic All-Canadian, winning the OUA gold medal in 2012. Matt now captains the Toronto Scottish Rugby Football Club 1st XV and captained the Maccabiah Canadian Men’s Rugby Team in 2013.
  • Jay Mansoor '92

    Chair, Alumni Internship Program Committee

    Jay Mansoor, Class of 1992, is the Chair of the Alumni Internship Program, a signature alumni program that provides meaningful summer employment for our young alumni. Jay is the Vice President of Britannia Property Management, Inc.
  • Myles Slocombe '92

    Ex-Officio, Past & Present Editorial Board Chair

    Myles Slocombe, Class of 1992, is a real estate professional at Sotheby's International Realty Canada. He is serving as Chair of the Past & Present Editorial Board for the third year. has previously served on the Alumni Executive as Chair of the Marketing and Communication committee. He’s an active member of the Class of '92 and was an instrumental leader in raising over $65,000 for student financial through the Reunion Giving Program in honour of their 25th anniversary reunion.