James Scongack is the Executive-Vice President Corporate Affairs & Operational Services at Bruce Power.
He leads a team of approximately 900 talented individuals that provide operational services and support for both operations and construction activities of the Bruce Power Site. He also has responsibility for external relations, regulatory affairs and the company’s medical Isotope business.
James also serves as Chair of the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council, an entity of over fifty respected organizations from across the Country that is committed to advancing Canada’s leading role in the fight against cancer and disease domestically and internationally.
In the Canadian energy sector, he serves as a Generator Representative and Vice Chair on the Independent Electricity System Operator Advisory Committee and is also a Member of the Advisory Board for the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre.
James is actively involved in many charities across Canada leading the Corporate Social Responsibility program that consists of a coalition of organizations and suppliers. He sits on the Board of the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada and the Development Cabinet for the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO). He has been a long-time supporter of Easter
Seals previously serving as a member of the Board and Chair of the Fundraising Committee, for which he received a diamond award of distinction.
James sits on the Board of Life Labs, Canada’s largest independent provider of laboratory services, and is as a Member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee.
He has an Executive MBA from London’s Ivey Business School and a Chartered Director through the DeGroote Business School Directors College. James also holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Guelph College of Management and Economics in Leadership and a BA (Hons) and has completed Master’s-level Project Management certification through York University’s Schulich Business School. He is also a graduate of the Bruce Power Nuclear Operations Executive Fundamentals Program.
James and his family live in Port Elgin, Ontario where he grew up.