Board of Directors
Gord Martineau is the iconic former anchor of City TV’s CityNews at six. He’s earned a reputation as a favourite Toronto News Anchor. Martineau has been named the Toronto Sun’s favourite seven times. Martineau is active with a variety of charitable causes and has traveled the world chronicling the lives of people who struggle to survive in the developing world.
Rahul Singh founded the David McAntony Gibson Foundation (DMGF) in 1998 to honour the memory of his best friend. He has also personally led over 30 GlobalMedic missions around the world and is the charity’s Executive Director. Singh has been a professional emergency worker since 1988. In 2010, Singh was named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Sean Reid has been employed with one of Canada's leading financial institutions for over 20 years. He provides support for both organizational direction and initiatives undertaken. Sean has been on the board of GlobalMedic as well since its establishment in 2002 and provides both organizations with strategic support for their respective missions.
Craig is GlobalFire's Project Coordinator. He has been an active Firefighter in Toronto since 1999 and has served 22 years in the Canadian Armed Forces. He is also involved as a Training Instructor for the Toronto Fire Services. Since the formation of GlobalFire in 2010, he has led 18 international missions. Craig has also been involved in coordinating many of GlobalFire's North American activities.
Jim Dainard is a Chartered Professional Accountant and an Honours graduate with a Bachelor degree in Accounting from the Goodman School of Business at Brock University. Jim has been in the mining industry for the last 10+ years, building a northern Canada gold mine. Jim brings significant leadership and financial expertise to the GlobalFire team.