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Our Story

Where we came from

In 2004 Queen’s University School of Medicine needed a modern teaching and learning environment. However, nothing on the market met their accreditation driven requirements of knowing exactly where, when and how their curriculum was being taught and assessed. Elentra was born out of delivering that need.

A key focus of Elentra centred around our Curriculum Mapping and Management module which enables us to demonstrate exactly how our curriculum was being delivered and assessed. This revolutionary feature made other institutions take notice resulting in the Elentra consortium being set up.

Where we are now

After working within the Elentra Consortium for over a decade on creating a truly unified solution, providing schools with the ability to digitise the curriculum using one platform to drive efficiency, Elentra Cloud has been launched to provide the offering to non-consortium schools.

We recently added state of the art LMS capabilities as well as the ability to deliver Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME). Both additions have further enhanced Elentra’s focus as a modern, flexible, Integrated Teaching and Learning Platform.

Board of Directors

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Greg Vanclief

President & CEO

Greg is President and CEO of Elentra, and serves as a member of our Board of Directors.

As a tech industry veteran with more than 2 decades of experience and a passion for building successful companies, Greg brings extensive leadership and entrepreneurship skills to the company.  Over his career he has led and supported dozens of technology companies as executive, board member, mentor and investor.

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Jim Roche


Mr. Roche has extensive experience in managing companies, specifically related to technology and international business. He is an experienced entrepreneur and business executive with a strong track record of leading innovative companies. Mr. Roche’s principal occupation is President & CEO of Stratford Group, a company he founded in December 2008. Over his career, Mr. Roche has sat on numerous boards and committees. He is currently a corporate director on the boards of Ballard Power Systems as well as several private companies and community organizations.

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Jane Philpott

Corporate Director

Dr. Jane Philpott is a Professor of Family Medicine, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, and Director of the School of Medicine at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She is CEO of the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization and serves as the Ministers’ Special Advisor for the Ontario Health Data Platform. Dr. Philpott is an outspoken advocate and writer about issues of health equity and social justice in health systems. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1984. She completed a Family Medicine residency at the University of Ottawa and a Tropical Medicine fellowship at the University of Toronto. She later earned her Master of Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. Dr. Philpott spent the first decade of her medical career in Niger, West Africa. In 1998, she moved to Stouffville, Ontario, where she served as a family physician for 17 years and as Chief of Family Medicine at Markham Stouffville Hospital. In 2015, Dr. Philpott was elected as the Member of Parliament for Markham-Stouffville. She served in numerous federal cabinet positions from 2015 to 2019, including Minister of Health, Minister of Indigenous Services, President of the Treasury Board, and Minister of Digital Government.

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Linda Mantia

Corporate Director

Linda is the past SEVP and Chief Operating Officer at Manulife Financial (operating as John Hancock in the US), responsible for leading Technology, Advanced Analytics, Marketing, Innovation, Corporate Strategy and Corporate Development, Human Resources, Regulatory and Public Affairs, Global Resourcing and Procurement, and the Transformation Program. Prior to Manulife, Linda was the Executive Vice President of Digital, Payments and Cards at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), accountable for the credit card and loyalty business P&L, Mobile and Online Banking, Merchant Solutions (Chair of Moneris Board of Directors), and Innovation for the retail bank. At RBC, she held a number of increasingly senior positions since joining in 2003. Prior to RBC, Linda was a corporate securities lawyer and then worked globally as a McKinsey consultant. Today, Linda is a board member of public and private companies, including McKesson, Ceridian, Granular Insurance (a Verily company) and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (a leading teaching hospital in Toronto, Canada).

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Donna Janiec


Donna Janiec was appointed Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration) on October 1, 2016.

Donna received her undergraduate degree from the University of Waterloo as an international student and went on to article with PricewaterhouseCoopers (then Coopers & Lybrand) in Barbados and then Toronto, obtaining her Chartered Accounting designation in 1987. After close to ten years in public accounting managing the audits of large public corporations and not-for-profit organizations, Donna joined Queen’s University in 1994. She held the position of Associate Vice-Principal (Finance) from 2009 – 2016.

In her present and past positions, Donna has been a member of, or provided support to, numerous Senate, Board and University Advisory Committees. She considers it a great privilege to hold an Honorary Life Membership with the Alma Mater Society, granted in 2019 to recognize her work and dedication to student life on campus.

Outside of Queen’s, Donna serves on the CAUBO Executive Committee and Board of Directors, is Vice-Chair of the Council of Senior Administrative Officers, a committee of the Council of Ontario Universities, and is a Director and Member of the Kingston General Health Board and a member of the Partnership Council of the Kingston Health Sciences Centre.

Donna is a CPA Ontario 2021 Fellow.

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