Board of Directors

The Board of Directors primary responsibility is to provide governance of CBM-US. The Board applies financial controls, and ensures sound strategies, good management practices and high quality program results.

Board members hold 4-year terms with 2-year term limits. All board members are independent, voting board members.

The CBM-US Board of Directors is comprised of:


Randal Phillips,
Executive Vice President & Chief Client Officer,
Morneau Shepell 


Don Gerke,
Divisional Vice President and Director,
Total Rewards at EPCOR Utilities Inc. 


Carol Stevens,
Alberta Health Services


Wayne Feasby,
General Manager - Leasing Division,
Williamson Automotive

Ruth Keulker,
Registered Nurse 

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CBM Accountability

CBM is a responsible steward of the charitable donations we receive to support people living with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world. Because of our efficient operations and our effective use of donor gifts, CBM has been presented with the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance National Charity Seal. CBM is an upstanding member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). Additionally, CBM undergoes an annual audit by an independent CPA firm to ensure the proper and effective use of donors’ investments. You can trust we will use your gift carefully.

CBM’s recent 990 form and audited financial statement confirm CBM’s commitment to being financially responsible stewards.

Working closely with a network of local, trusted organizations, CBM allocates funds to programs that support CBM’s holistic approach. CBM remains committed to accountability and works only with partners and organizations that demonstrate an equal commitment to financial stewardship.

These partners are audited and reviewed regularly to ensure that their program delivery meets high quality standards, they are running effectively to bring sustainable change to the poorest communities, and to make sure donor funds are clearly accounted for and used for their intended purpose. CBM works closely with its partners to plan, implement and monitor programs, assess the level of support required by a partner, provide expert advice and support capacities to achieve sustainable development and long-term impact.

In addition, CBM-US is governed by a responsible, independent Board of Directors whose primary responsibility is governance of CBM, ensuring good management practices, sound strategies, shareholder benefits and financial controls.

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