Rodriguez Reappoints Russon as Chair of National Museum Board

Canadian Heritage

Today, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Pablo Rodriguez, announced the reappointment of Neil Russon as Chairperson of the National Museum of Science and Technology (Ingenium) Board of Trustees. The reappointment is for a four-year term, effective May 9, 2023. Mr. Russon was first appointed Chairperson in May 2019.

Mr. Russon is a senior executive and entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors, including as co-founder and co-CEO of Accreon Inc., a technology consulting firm. He is currently engaged in financial management and business development consulting for start-up and early-stage businesses.

A lifelong volunteer, Mr. Russon has served in community organizations, professional associations, health-focused organizations and governments. Most recently, he served as the Chair of the Canadian Cancer Society, New Brunswick Division. He has been involved with the Ingenium Board of Trustees since 2010.

Mr. Russon is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick, a Chartered Professional Accountant, and a certified member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders.

The National Museum of Science and Technology (Ingenium) is a national museum in the Canadian Heritage Portfolio.

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