Colleen-Moorehead

Colleen Moorehead

Colleen Moorehead is chief client officer at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, where she is responsible for implementing Osler’s client-focused business-development strategy. Before joining Osler, she served as head of marketing at East Coast Fund Management. Additionally, Ms. Moorehead was cofounder and president of E*TRADE Canada, vice president and general manager of E*TRADE Financial Global Corporate Services, president and CEO of Nexient Learning, and entrepreneur in residence at the private equity firm Signal Hill Equity Partners. She began her career at Merrill Lynch and CIBC. Ms. Moorehead is founder and current business director of the Judy Project at the University of Toronto Joseph Rotman School of Management, a leadership forum designed for executive women ascending to C-suite positions. She also serves as director of the Women’s College Hospital Foundation and cochair of the Women’s College W4W annual fundraiser. Ms. Moorehead was the recipient of the 2015 Catalyst Canada Honours Business Leader award, the 2015 Legal Marketing Association Your Honour Award, and the 2010 Canadian Marketing Hall of Legends Business Builder award. She holds a BBA in finance from Wilfrid Laurier University and an honorary doctor of law from St. Mary’s University.

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