Board of Directors
President and Director
Mr. Rehman has been the President of NeutriSci since December, 2014. Mr. Rehman has over twenty years of business practice of which include Banking, Retail, Operations and Management. Mr. Rehman also served as a Senior Director of Operations for Bernard Callebaut Chocolates and was responsible for domestic and international expansion operations. Most recently Mr. Rehman served as Chief Operations Officer for Cineplex Media (formerly Vauntcom Media).
Director and Chairman
Mr. Durno is a partner in the Cassels Brock & Blackwell Securities Group where his practice focuses primarily on securities and corporate finance matters, and acts as Chairman of Emprise Capital Corp., a Vancouver based merchant banking company. Mr. Durno has over twenty years of experience in the public markets, during which time he has served as a Director and Senior Officer of numerous TSX listed companies. Mr. Durno was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1993 and British Columbia in 1994 and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Anthony Hugens is currently the Director of Retail Development at CMS Famous Toys Ltd. in Alberta. CMS distributes and markets toys and general merchandise to the grocery and drug store trade. At CMS, Mr. Hugens is responsible for the mission, vision and objectives across all retail revenue streams. Prior to CMS, Mr. Hugens served as Director of eCommerce for The Brick from 2007 to 2009. Prior to The Brick, Mr. Hugens held the role of Strategic Planning Manager at Walmart for over thirteen years.
Mr. Montenegro is the former Driver of Culture, Innovation & Inspiration for Red Bull Energy Drink GmbH where he led change and innovation initiatives in Latin America and Europe. Mr. Montenegro has over eighteen years experience in global innovation management, marketing, design driven change and applied creativity. In 2008, Mr. Montenegro became co-founder of SeriouslyCreative, an innovation, design thinking and creative problem solving consultancy, and co-founder of green technology start-up Grasslark.