Board of Directors
Todd G. Stone, President & CEO
Todd is the founder of iCompass Technologies. His experience with bringing technology to government and his strong business and leadership skills have set the foundation for the ongoing growth of iCompass which now serves over 400 public sector customers across North America.
His focus is on driving the company’s rapid growth, and in doing so, assessing new markets, launching key business development activities, and continuing the build-out of an iCompass team committed to excellence.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Victoria, and is actively involved in the community. He is a director with the Board of the Thompson Nicola Cariboo United Way, and recently served as a member of the board of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) and as a member of the board of the Academy for Chief Executives of Technology Companies (ACETECH).
Previously, he invested six and a half years as Vice Chair on the Board of Governors of Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, and seven years as Vice Chair of Kamloops Ventures Fund (VCC) Inc. He and his wife Chantelle have 3 daughters, Hannah, Sydney and Caitlin.
Paul Blanchet, VP Operations
Paul has been leading and growing the operations team at iCompass since joining in 2004. His extensive experience gathered through over 30 years of involvement in dynamic and growing information technology companies, provides effective leadership to iCompass operations for the development and delivery of iCompass' products and services to its rapidly growing customer base.
His focus is on ensuring that the company delivers highly valued services to help iCompass' customers be most effective in their jobs. Paul is overall responsible to ensure that we deeply understand our customers' needs, that our products are developed to uniquely provide the best tools for their jobs, and that our customer services are known to be the most highly responsive and effective in the industry.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and he is a registered Professional Engineer. He sits on the board of another BC high-growth technology company. Paul shares his love of cooking and of the outdoors with his wife Linda and two children, Matt and Monique.
Paulin is a seasoned business leader with over 30 years in the high-technology industry. Paulin has held a variety of technical and managerial positions in several public and private companies. He has first-hand experience in building and running organizations, developing effective strategies, securing financing, developing market-leading products, establishing strategic alliances, and marketing and selling domestically and internationally.
He is currently an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at BCIC where he is developing initiatives to help develop early-stage technology companies. Paulin is past Chair and CEO of Con-Space Communications and has also been CEO of three other BC-based technology companies. Paulin is also an advisor to a number of technology companies.
Paulin is a director and past Chair of ACETECH and is a mentor and a leader of ACETECH’s Growth Strategy Program. He is also a member of the Science World Equity Committee. Paulin is a registered Professional Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta.
Steven is a 15 year veteran of the high technology industry. He has held a number of executive positions on both public and private companies, including serving as COO of Uniserve Communications Corp, a TSX listed company and a successful stint as CEO of Parasun Technologies Inc.
Steven has a proven track record of leading technology companies through rapid revenue and profit growth. Steven led Parasun Technologies through two successful transactions that generated over $35 million for its shareholders.
He currently provides advisory services for a number of early stage technology companies, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.