Board of directors

Brad Field

board CHAIR

Brad is the president of BRC Group (Calgary) and BRC Coach & Transit (Las Vegas). BRC is well known as an industry leader across North America specializing in commercial vehicle repair and refurbishment. Over the last 25 years, Brad has built businesses in a wide variety of industries including healthcare, fire suppression, heavy equipment and real estate. A 2004 graduate of the MIT Entrepreneurial Master’s program, Brad was nominated as a “Leader of Tomorrow” by Business in Calgary Magazine in 2008. As a current member of World Presidents’ Organization and a former member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, he values the opportunity to act as a mentor to young entrepreneurs. Brad’s record of service is extensive. A long-time board member of Business for Calgary Kids, a fundraising organization for Calgary based children’s charities and programs, he is also a proud supporter and team lead of “Homes for Hope” which provide homes for the less fortunate in Mexico. The recipient of Rotary International’s “Paul Harris Fellowship,” Brad is committed as much to supporting the community through organizations as he is to assisting individuals and families in need brought to his attention through his personal and professional networks. Through his work with Terminator Foundation, Brad’s understanding of and approach to addressing the stigma around addiction has been profoundly transformed. He truly values all points of view and encourages healthy dialogue around how to best support our youth. Brad and his wife, Sheryl are proud parents; grateful for the privilege of raising three wonderful children, Mitchell, Kyle and Haley.

Angie Shilliday



Angie won the title of Mrs. Canada in 2014 and utilized her reign to promote what she is passionate about and skilled at…building with Habitat for Humanity. Beyond that, recognizing a gap in the social system, Angie was on a mission to create awareness surrounding addiction and mental illness afflicting women with children. Her heartfelt and personal goal was recently accomplished through a very hands on volunteer venture at 1835 Recovery Acres-Men’s Treatment Center. Co-creating, hosting and downright getting “er done” on the TV series “Crowns of Construction”, Angie showcased her skills as a Jack (or Jill) of-of all trades and her passion for her community by renovating a run-down four-plex into a much needed Women’s Addiction Treatment Facility C.A.R.E.

DR. Jacqueline Smith


Dr. Jacqueline Smith, PhD, RN is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary. She is an educator and published researcher within her field of study that addresses addiction and mental health across the life span. Jacqueline is currently serving as President of the Canadian Chapter of the International Nurses Society of Addiction. She embraces community partnerships and is an associate member of the Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and Education, the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) and sits on the Advisory Committee for Drug Free Kids Canada.

Eric Peterson


Eric is a man of faith, loving husband and father, and serial entrepreneur. Small business, new ideas, and grassroots projects bring excitement to his day-to-day. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Ambrose University and owns and operates various businesses in the Calgary area. Eric brings dynamic thinking and management skills to the Terminator Foundation and applies these as the Treasurer.

Derek D. Fraser, CFRE


Derek is a Principal with Osborne Interim Management and President of Derek D. Fraser Philanthropic Advisors Inc., a fund development consultancy in Calgary, AB. The firm’s current clients reach across a broad spectrum of organizations from independent schools, professional association foundations, performing arts organizations, and social service agencies. Derek has worked in the non-profit sector since 1987 and has had the privilege of experiencing the width and breadth of fund development work with concentrations in annual giving, capital campaigns, major gift work both in Canada and abroad, Board development, strategic planning, alumni affairs, along with association organization and volunteer management. Derek is a part-time instructor with Georgian College with their online non-profit studies program. Derek first worked in the Arts while working at the Shaw Festival in 1985, after completing an exciting year at Disney’s EPCOT Center in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Derek recently served as chair of the AFP Canadian Council in 2013-2014 and is a past president of the Calgary & Area Chapter of AFP. Derek currently serves as a Director on the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy-Canada and chairs the Major Gifts Committee. Derek completed 11 years on the Divisional Board of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – AB/NT/NU and chairs the Fund Development Committee of Youth Central in Calgary. Derek holds a B.A. (Hons) in Film Studies from Queen’s University and earned his Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) in 2004 with re-certifications in 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.