President Judith Deutsch, email@example.com
Vice-President: Richard Sandbrook, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Margrit Eichler, email@example.com
Treasurer: Rob Acheson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Members-at-large: Jorge Filmus, Ellie Kirzner
Executive secretary and office coordinator
Melisa Kuc (email: email@example.com)
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Board of Directors
term renewal date in brackets
Robert Acheson (2021)
Lyn Adamson (2021)
Janis Alton (2021)
Glenys Babcock (2020)
Bill Browett (2021)
Phyllis Creighton (honorary)
Chandler Davis (honorary)
Jim Deutsch (2021)
Judy Deutsch (2020)
Walter Dorn (honorary)
Margrit Eichler (2020)
Jorge Filmus (2020)
Paul Hamel (2021)
Lloyd Helferty (2020)
Ellie Kirzner (2021)
Robert Matthews (2020)
Derek Paul (honorary)
Sorpong Peou (2020)
Jack Poulson (2021)
Venilla Rajaguru (2020)
Richard Sandbrook (2021)
Sergey Smolnikov (2020)
Vladimir Zhagora (2021)
Adnan Zuberi (2021)
Annual Report & Financials
Eric Fawcett 1981-1984
Anatol Rapoport 1984-1986
George Ignatieff 1986-1988
Tony Arrott 1988-1990
David Parnas 1990-1993
Derek Paul 1993-1995
Eric Fawcett 1995-1996
Peter Nicholls 1996-1997
Terry Gardner 1997-1998
Mel Watkins 1998-2000
Helmut Burkhardt 2000-2001
Mel Watkins 2001
Paul Hamel 2001-2004
Nancy Olivieri 2004-2006
Paul Hamel 2006-2008
Judith Deutsch 2008-2012
Metta Spencer 2012-2014
James Turk 2014-2015
Metta Spencer 2015-2017
Sorpong Peou 2017-2019
Richard Sandbrook 2019
Judith Deutsch is the current president of Science for Peace.
We welcome your involvement as a member. See our Membership page for more details.
Science for Peace is a registered charity. Donations can be sent to the office or made online through CanadaHelps.
University of Toronto Campus Group—Science for Peace at U of T
Visit the U of T campus group homepage here. There is also an online membership form for those interested in joining. For further information about the group’s activities, please contact Jo-Ni Su (President).
Franz Blumenfeld Peace Education Fund Trustees
(2018-2019) Walter Whiteley, Margrit Eichler
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