Dominic Porporino has been appointed president of UPS Canada. Porporino, a Montreal native and UPS’s second Canadian–born president, returns to Canada from Brussels where he was working as vice-president of operations in UPS’s European headquarters. Porporino began his career with UPS in 1989 as a preloader, before becoming a driver. Over the course of 28 years, he progressed through the ranks, in 2011, accepting a special assignment coordinating the company’s Atlantic Canada expansion project. In 2013, he served as the vice-president of operations at UPS Canada. Porporino was then promoted in April 2017 to his operations role in Europe, relocating to Brussels, Belgium.
Brian Storseth in the new chairman of the board of directors for ParcelPal Technology Inc. Storseth was a member of parliament for the Conservative Party of Canada for nine years from 2006 to 2015. He currently serves as chairman of Reliq Health Technologies’s board of directors and a managing partner of Maverick Capital Fund. In addition to his current business affairs, Storseth is the founder of the Westlock Women’s Hope Resource Centre and currently is on the Board of Progress Mental Health.
Rodney Corrigan has been named president of Logistec Stevedoring Inc. He will report directly to the president and CEO of Logistec Corporation, Madeleine Paquin. Corrigan was appointed executive vice-president, operations on May 1, 2017, based in Montréal. He came to Logistec in 2010, as regional vice-president, U.S. and Maritime Ports, after having held key senior management roles for various companies. He completed an Executive MBA at the John Molson School of Business.
has appointed Sally Lehnhardt as chief information officer, and Laura Kaspar as global vice president, human resources. Before joining Peak-Ryzex, Lehnhardt had domestic and international experience in numerous industries. Her most recent experience was vice-president, IT delivery at McCormick & Co. Lehnhardt holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University and has more than 30 years of technology and engineering experience.
Before joining Peak-Ryzex, Kaspar was vice-president of human resources and risk management at Acton Mobile. Before that Kaspar held various human resources positions in the construction contracting, manufacturing and distribution industries. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Salisbury University and a master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from Radford University.
– March 4, 2019