Meet your 2023 CMC-Ontario


2023 CMC Designations

In a profession with few objective benchmarks there is only one unquestioned credential: the CMC designation. Those few who earn the right to call themselves Certified Management Consultants have attained what others aspire to – a higher level of management consulting. Learn more about the CMC designation

Greater Toronto Area 2023 CMC Designations

Sarah D’Onofrio, GTA
Misha Dubinskij, GTA
Faisal Ehsanullah, GTA
Puneet Tandon, GTA
Colin Harvey-Lewis, GTA
Katherine Ros, GTA

Chris Henry, South Western Ontario

Eastern Ontario Chapter 2023 CMC Designations

Rachel Ljunggren-Thomsen, EOC
Joanne Lemmex, EOC
Liam Remillard, EOC
Victoria Steele,  EOC
Graham Birkenhead, EOC

Michael Beauchamp, EOC
Reilly Canie, EOC

2023 Fellows AwardEEs

The Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Ontario is pleased to recognize our Fellow Certified Management Consultants (FCMCs) for 2023.

The title of Fellow is intended to formally recognize CMCs in good standing who have provided exceptional service to the profession and whose achievements in their careers and in the community have earned them distinction and brought honour to the profession

Is there a CMC you respect for their contribution, professionalism, and integrity? If yes, consider nominating today!

Jennifer Smith FCMCJennifer L. Smith, FCMC, is a management consultant specializing in strategic planning, organizational and governance renewal/transformation, HR and talent management, organizational assessment including audit, evaluation and measuring and reporting on results. She works with clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors to resolve some of their most complex challenges and to leverage opportunities afforded in today’s digital world.  

Jennifer is dedicated to supporting Canada’s commitments to reconciliation.  She has conducted numerous projects and engagements within an Indigenous context that have included engagement with: government officials at the federal, provincial, territorial and regional/municipal levels; Indigenous organizations, leaders, elders, community representatives, as well as other stakeholders such as non-profit organizations and business leaders. Her work focuses on building understanding and bridges world views between Indigenous governments, communities and peoples and developing plans that support Indigenous self-determination and shared outcomes leading to new and revitalized relationships with local Indigenous leaders and organizations.

Jennifer founded Intergage Consulting Group Inc. in 2005 and she worked in close collaboration with Innovation 7 since 2016. She has worked with her clients to transform their governance structure, processes and cultures; plan for the future; renew their reconciliation goals and pathways and redesign and lead large scale organizational transformation and drive cultural change to achieve greater efficiency and value for decision-makers.  Most recently, she has helped to bridge the different world views between government and First Nation communities leading to recommendations to improve the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee on the large energy projects Trans Mountain and Line 3. This project was awarded the National Champion of Canada award at the International Constantinus Award, an award showcasing excellence in consulting.

CMC Community ContributionsJennifer has been an active CMC-Ontario volunteer supporting professional development activities for Eastern Ontario members. As an active organizer and facilitator, she has developed topic areas and most recently facilitated the panel discussion on Women in Consulting on International Women’s Day (2023) for CMC’s What’s Up Wednesday sessions.

She holds a Master of Arts, Public Administration from Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration. She is also a credentialed Evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society as well as a Prosci® Certified Change Practitioner. She became a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) in 2008.

Jennifer, on behalf of CMC-Ontario and the Eastern Ontario Chapter, thank you for your contributions!

Lynn McKibbin-Brown, FCMC, is a management consultant with a career spanning over 35 years in the field of human resources. Lynn’s particular expertise is in the areas of HR strategy, organizational effectiveness and process improvement, compensation, pay equity, legislative compliance and employee relations. She has had an HR career in both corporate and consulting environments with a focus on start-ups and reorganizations. During her consulting practice, Lynn developed the HR Diagnostic™, a comprehensive tool to help organizations maximize their human resources. She also provides senior-level coaching and training in the areas of human resources and management skills. 

As the Founder of Brown Consulting Group Inc., Lynn currently provides consultative services to a wide variety of clients ranging from smaller entrepreneurial companies to large multinationals. Her industry focus covers financial services, professional services (accounting, legal, engineering, architecture and design), not-for-profit, health care, insurance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, construction and high-tech. As Principal for Gibb Group Inc., Lynn primarily provides workplace investigation services.

She became a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) in 2011. Lynn is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Employment Relations. She is also a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) and a Certified Workplace Investigator.

CMC Community Contributions | Lynn has been an active CMC-Canada and CMC-Ontario volunteer. Some of her notable contributions include being a member of the Certification Process Committee; a member of the Regulatory Committee; a Registrar-member of the National Certification Committee; and Registrar of the ICMCO for six years. Lynn also received the ICMCO President’s Award in 2020.

Volunteer Contributions | Lynn has volunteered in the broader community. She has been a Board Member, Fundraising Chair and mentor to HR professionals and consultants. She has also worked with a variety of health-related and refugee-focused not-for-profit organizations.

Lynn, on behalf of CMC-Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area Chapter, thank you for your contributions!

Michael Ennis, FCMC, is a management consultant with particular emphasis on serving clients in science-based and health-related organizations in the domains of change management and organizational development. Michael earned his Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation in 2000.

In addition to over 30 years of consulting, Michael served in the Canadian Forces and is a Professional Engineer. He has held senior management and executive positions, including most recently as President and Managing Director of TDV Global Inc. Michael was a winner of the Global Silver Constantinus Award and the Canadian CMC Project of the Year for the Canada Americas Trade Related Technical Assistance Program (2018). He has been integral as the Project Manager on national food safety-related projects and has led technical assistance and capacity building projects in numerous international countries.

CMC Community Contributions | Michael has been an active CMC-Ontario volunteer. Some of his notable contributions include being chair of the CMC-ON Growth and Retention Committee, CMC-ON Council President. He previously received the CMC-Ontario President’s award in 2021.  He has served on the CMC-Canada National Board as the Board Director for Ontario and in 2023, Michael became the National Board Vice-Chair.

Volunteer Contributions | Michael also volunteers extensively outside the profession focusing his community contribution to working with children in sports since 2001. He has been a head coach, assistant coach / trainer and association executive.

Michael, on behalf of CMC-Ontario and the Eastern Ontario Chapter, thank you for your contributions!

Is there a CMC you respect for their contribution, professionalism, and integrity? If yes, consider nominating today!