Bruce Sellery is a personal finance expert, best-selling author, and TV host. He is the founder of Moolala, a personal finance training company with a mission to inspire people to get a handle on their money so they can live the life they want.
Christina Sackeyfio is founder of The Self Project. Through one-on-one and group coaching, she works with individuals and organizations to help chart customized paths to goal attainment that meet her clients' needs and contexts.
Dianne Buckner is a respected journalist and television producer. She is best-known to Canadians as the host of CBC Television's program Dragons' Den.
Ellen Roseman is a journalist who sticks up for ordinary Canadians. Ellen's personal finance and consumer columns appear in the Toronto Star's business section.
Gary Rabbior is the President of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education.
Jane Rooney is Canada's first Financial Literacy Leader. The Financial Literacy Leader is a Governor in Council appointment, and acts under the instructions of the Commissioner of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.
John Davey is a Citizen Service Specialist with the Service Canada division of the Department of Employment and Social Development Canada.
Liz Mulholland is the CEO of Prosper Canada, a national charity dedicated to expanding opportunity for Canadians living in poverty.
Rob Henderson is the President and CEO of yconic, a digital media company that engages over three million young adults.
Terry Campbell is the President of the Canadian Bankers' Association.