Brian Lees is a Manager in Hugessen’s Calgary office and joined the firm as an Analyst in 2014. He has advised clients on a range of issues including performance measurement, executive compensation, and related corporate governance matters.
Brian has specific experience working with clients on design and implementation of incentive compensation plans, corporate performance measurement and analysis, executive employment contracts, and compensation issues related to special situations (e.g. M&A, IPO, CEO succession).
Brian received a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in finance from the University of Alberta and is a CFA charterholder.
Reanna Dorscher joined Hugessen in 2015. She has extensive experience in strategic compensation design including for special situations (e.g. initial public offering, change in control, senior executive succession) and equity plan design and implementation. In addition to supporting Boards and Management with complex compensation challenges, Reanna also supports Hugessen’s Board Effectiveness practice alongside Dr. Peter Stephenson. She has significant experience working alongside senior management and the board to solve complex compensation issues in both privately-held and publicly-traded environments. Prior to joining Hugessen, Reanna was the Total Rewards Lead for a mid-sized oil and gas company where she lead the management of all compensation and rewards programs. In addition to her background in compensation, Reanna has experience in an HR generalist capacity.
Reanna graduated from the Haskayne School of Business with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, specializing in Human Resources and Organizational Dynamics. She is a Certified Human Resources Professional and has completed the Certified Compensation Professional designation.
Peter Stephenson is an organizational psychologist and a leading consultant in helping Boards increase their effectiveness. Prior to joining Hugessen, Peter managed his own firm Meridien Consulting Services providing advice and support to Boards, CEOs and executive teams. He has worked with a wide variety of Boards on a broad range of issues to support them in enhancing the value they bring to organizations. From Board evaluation and individual director feedback to Board culture, composition and dynamics to CEO performance management, Peter partners with clients to foster insights that will lead to strengthened performance.
Prior to joining Hugessen in 2020, Peter developed his own consulting practice, Meridien Consulting Services. Prior to founding Meridien in 1997, Peter spent 14 years at RHR International – a leading firm of management psychologists. Peter is a faculty member in the Institute of Corporate Directors’ Directors Education Program and serves on the ICD Ontario Chapter Executive.
Peter holds a Ph.D. in Applied Psychology from the University of Toronto. He is a registered Psychologist and has his ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
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