Founder & Director
Stephen has practiced family mediation and helped families resolve separation and divorce issues since 1999 in the Greater Toronto Area. Stephen’s goal is to help families in conflict, including families struggling with ADHD issues, build better lives. He invests in his clients, treats them honestly, responsibly, and fairly. These are the core values in Come To Agreement’s separation and divorce products. Stephen believes that initiating a strategic online process with the right family law tools helps parents and children do well.
Previously, Stephen worked for twenty years in business and in the financial sector; as a General Manager and Sales Manager for a trustee in bankruptcy, as well as a Financial Analyst. Before then returning to his true passion – helping others through conflict resolution.
President & CEO
Mag has over 30 years of progressive corporate experience. As an Executive Management Consultant, he has provided coaching and consulting services to executives of multimillion and multibillion-dollar international corporations. He has an impressive track record helping organizations optimize their corporate resources and scale their operations and governance structures.
Mag has held various executive positions such as President, COO, VP Operations, AVP Delivery and Portfolio Management among others, in diverse industries. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Schulich School of Business in Toronto and an executive MBA degree from Quantic School of Business and Technology in Washington DC. He is a certified Governance Fellow from the National Association of Corporate Directors.
VP Product Development
Mike is an accomplished leader and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in the fields of IT consulting and talent management, as well as VC investment and mentorship in early-stage tech companies. His varied career has resulted in a breadth of expertise in all aspects of running a business, including business development, finance, operations, and resource management. An honest and open approach has been the hallmark of Mike’s professional career.
At Come To Agreement, Mike provides leadership in software development and oversees the product development effort. He also contributes input on business direction as a board member. Mike holds a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Toronto.
VP Corporate Development
Michael has over 25 years of experience in executive leadership and capital markets in the technology industry. Before founding a venture fund called xiVENTURES Fund, Michael was CEO of Call Genie Inc., a local search and digital media mobile advertising platform.
Prior to this, he was Group Vice President and General Manager of the Digital Solutions division of Toshiba America Information Systems. As leader and visionary of several business units, he was charged with bringing together Toshiba’s telecommunications, imaging, hotspots, PDA and laptop technology into bundled mobility solutions.
Michael has also held the position of Corporate Vice President of the Integrated Solutions Group for ADC Telecommunications, Inc., a data transmission products company. Prior to ADC, he was Asia Pacific Managing Director and Chairman, Senior Vice President of Global Consulting Services, and Vice President of Product Management for Saville Systems, a telecommunications software company. Other positions include numerous executive management and international positions at Nortel Networks.
VP Finance & Admin
Gord has spent over 35 years in the areas of information technology and managed services, having held senior management roles in finance, sales, technical support, system design and program development. Working in companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100s, he now focuses his efforts on helping start-ups, instilling the fundamentals of good governance and solid management.
Gord has served on various boards, has sat on various quality committees and has served as the Chair of the finance and audit committees.