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Elentra Corp welcomes its newest Corporate Director, Linda Mantia

“I am thrilled to welcome Linda Mantia to Elentra’s board,” says Board Chair Jim Roche.

“Linda has had a wonderful career, and she brings a breadth and depth of experience that make her an ideal member of our board. I am excited to see how she will contribute to the growth and success of our company.”

“Linda’s deep experience in corporate governance, her work as a corporate lawyer, and her strong track record as an operational leader and in management consulting are all attributes that will strengthen our board,” agrees Elentra’s Greg Vanclief. “We are truly fortunate to have her join our team.”

“I am pleased to be joining Elentra’s board for many reasons,” explains Ms. Mantia.

“Healthcare and educating healthcare professionals are issues of vital importance as we confront the many challenges facing us globally. I have spent much of my career in the deployment and management of enterprise software systems, and I am impressed with the power and potential of Elentra’s platform. Finally, Elentra has an international customer base and has bold ambitions to rapidly scale up and bring its advanced education management to the global health sciences education sector. I am excited to join the company at this pivotal moment.”

About Ms. Mantia

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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