Remo Mancini


...bringing a unique and valuable perspective to business affairs, senior executive management and corporate governance.

Remo Mancini is an accomplished and skilled expert in business and government with more than 30 years experience working within the senior levels of these industries. Through his firm, Sandstone Strategies, Mancini takes on management assignments at the Senior Executive level, providing companies and organizations with expert advice and guidance on public policy development, advocacy, issues management, and corporate governance.

Mancini has a wealth of experience in communications and dealing with the media. He has appeared on CBC Newsworld and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, the Globe & Mail and numerous other nationally important news outlets.

Mancini has completed the Directors Education Program offered by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, and he has earned the internationally recognized designation of ICD.D.

He is a Corporate Director and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Niocan Inc., a company which is currently developing a niobium property in Oka, Quebec.

Mancini recently completed two terms as Chairman of the Board of the Windsor Essex Development Commission and for 11 months was the Interim Executive Officer at the Commission.

At the age of 21, Mancini was elected to the local Municipal Council of Anderdon Township. He holds the notable distinction of being the youngest person ever, at just 23 years, to be elected to the Essex County Council. The following year, at only 24, Mancini became one of the youngest members ever elected to the Ontario Provincial Parliament.

Mancini had a long and distinguished political career, serving 21 years in elected office. Mancini's 18 years in the Ontario Legislature saw him take on a number of prominent positions, including Minister of Revenue, Minister for Disabled Persons, Official Opposition Party House Leader, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, among others.

After leaving public service Mancini entered the private sector and soon thereafter joined the Canadian Transit Company as Director of Corporate Affairs in January 1994. In just six months, Mancini was promoted to Vice President, Corporate Affairs. In February 2002, Mancini was named Executive Vice President for both the Canadian Transit Company and the Detroit International Bridge Company, the private companies that own, manage, and operate the Ambassador Bridge - the world's busiest commercial border crossing.

Mancini has extensive experience in issues management working with community groups, handling project management, and managing teams of experts including consultants, lawyers, engineers and other professionals. Mancini has worked in Canada, the United States, and Mexico with various levels of government on behalf of private business, within a number of industry sectors.

1060 University Ave. W Suite 200 Windsor, Ontario N9A 5S4 Tel: 519-980-7047