Board of Directors
Co-Founder/CEO CAP Corporation
Founder/CEO CAP Health for Life
Co-Founder/Chairman of the Board/Executive Director Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada
Member Canadian Associations for Safe Hospitality
Board member Canadian Advanced Technology Association
Board member Canadian Advanced Technology Women in Technology
Board member Vista West Condo Board
Co-Founder and President Calgary Unix Users Group
Founding board member Uniforum Canada
Kim is a seasoned entrepreneur and CEO, who sold her car to start SWIFT Learning in 1989, formerly Gemini.com which she sold to the Winklevoss twins to start their cryptocurrency exchange company in 2015. She co-founded the Calgary Unix Users Group and started the first email service in Canada. Her passion these days, and what gets her out of bed every day with no plans to retire, is about educating and empowering young people to stay safe at school, work, home, and play, and remove barriers to living a happy, healthy, active life.
SWIFT Learning is a social enterprise company that offers a free Software as a Service Platform to develop competency-driven eLearning courses for sale or to give back to the community. SWIFT Learning donates the platform and their Occupational Health, Safety, Environment eLearning library to non-profits, charitable, and sports associations including the Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada (SiS Foundation) the CFLPA and, Woods Homes.
She established CAP Corporation in 2016 and CAP Health for Life in 2020. CAP Corp is a B2B company founded on the principle that preventing concussions is about changing the athlete, not the sport. CAP’s patented RAM technology is clinically validated by the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers and backed by national and international peer reviewed research to safely measure concussion risk and mitigate the risk with CAP’s proven training protocols. CAP Health is the flagship clinic providing a full suite of health-related services.
Board member Minerva Canada - Safety Management Education
Board member Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Ex-officio Board member Service Hospitality
Chair of Canadian Associations for Safe Hospitality
Member Health and Safety Leadership Centre for the Conference Board of Canada
Member Saskatchewan Association of Safety Associations
Board member CanWest Group of Companies
Board member Canadian Mental Health Association SK Division
Ex-officio board member Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health
George Marshall is the General Manager of Public Safety Telecommunications for the Canadian Public Safety Operations Organization… CanOps. CanOps is a unique national not-for-profit organization focused on advancing public safety, by providing a consistent framework of operational supports and governance to advance and deliver viable and effective products, programs and services.
George has an undergraduate degree in mathematics and did his graduate work in statistics. He spent the first 5 years of his career working with private database marketing companies as a statistical consultant and department head, while teaching part-time at the University of Regina a variety of courses in mathematics, statistics, engineering and actuarial science.
George spent 10 years working with Workers’ Compensation Board and the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency, leading various research and analytical functions within those organizations.
From 2010 to 2021, George served as the Chief Executive Officer for two Saskatchewan based workplace health and safety associations and helped to build a national network of organizations focused on improving workplace health and safety in Canada.
George has his designation (ICD.D) as a corporate director from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
President, The Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Association (Cavalry)
Board Member, The Armour Board Trust
Board Member, The Royal Alberta United Services Institute
Ross has been part of Safety in Schools since its feasibility study in 2010, taking on the role of Managing Director in 2013. Safety in Schools has achieved significant success, with over 100,000 certificates awarded to high school students for course mastery across +360 high schools in Western Canada.
From the outset SWIFT Learning has been the provider of online Safety in Schools courseware and it’s Principle, Kim Adolphe has now assumed the roles of President and Chair of the Board of Safety in Schools.
He continues to support Safety in Schools as it transitions from ComplyWorks Ltd. Into a completely new and improved platform and functionality designed, developed and supported by SWIFT Learning.
Following a merger and acquisition of ComplyWorks, he commenced retirement from full time work in August 2020.
Ross brings over 27 years of military experience with the Canadian Forces and five years of security experience with the United Nations and international non-governmental organizations in Europe, the Middle East, and South-Central Asia.
He has managed the development and funding of several internet-based applications in multiple industries including transportation, logistics and English as a Second Language (ESL) training.
Ross continues to volunteer time to a number of charitable and non-profit groups including the Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to the education of Canadian youth on workplace hazards and safety.
Former President & CEO, ComplyWorks Ltd.
Cal Fairbanks is the former President and CEO of ComplyWorks Ltd., a global leader in supplying Contractor Compliance Management Solutions. Cal led the company’s overall vision and strategic direction which was acquired by Veriforce in August 2020.
Cal has over 25 years of experience in creating, growing and leading successful technology enterprises. Prior to ComplyWorks, Cal founded and led a successful e-procurement company that specialized in secure electronic financial document exchange.
Over the years, Cal has served as a director of several private companies and organizations including, the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) and the Petroleum Technology Association of Canada (PTAC). Cal holds a degree in economics from the University of Calgary, and a master of business administration degree from European University, Business School in Brussels – a top Belgium university.
He is a director of Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada and Complyworks was a co-founder.