Anne McDougall Cooper
Anne brings over 15 years of corporate experience to her role as President of eJust. Her experience includes six years with McKinsey & Company where she worked with Fortune 500 companies primarily focused on transactions and finance function strategy.
Prior to McKinsey, Anne worked for the oilfield services firm, Schlumberger, where she worked in engineering positions on land and offshore oilrigs and in sales and product development. Anne graduated from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania with an MBA in finance and has an Electrical Engineering degree from Queen’s University.
Gary brings 30 years of varied police experience and expertise to his role at eJust. Prior to joining eJust, Gary had a long career with London Police Service where he worked in areas such as Criminal Investigations, Uniformed Patrol, Traffic, Detention Unit, Court Services and most recently Information and Technology.
Gary has diplomas in Criminology, Law Enforcement, Supervisory studies as well as Project Management training. He is intimately familiar with the eJust-CMS suite of products as both a front line user and in development, testing and implementation roles. Gary’s involvement with eJust-CMS and with provincial electronic disclosure initiatives bring a wealth of knowledge to the eJust Team.
Advisor for Business & IT Solutions
Eldon Amoroso served with the London Police Service from 1980 to 2011, when he retired. He is currently a consultant with his own company. He retired from the London Police Service as the Senior Director, Support Services Division. This diverse division included everything from the 911 Centre, to Technology, to the Cell Block, to the liaison with the Courts and Crown (Prosecutors).
From 2003 onward, Eldon was heavily involved in the development of the Canadian Police Information Portal, which allows access to virtually all police investigative reports across Canada. This vital system is now housed and supported nationally by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Eldon is a past Co-Chair of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Information and Communications Technology Committee, which is at the forefront of Interoperability in Canada. He is still an active member of that committee. He also co-chaired the oneVoice Committee for the City of London, which brought city and emergency services onto the City radio system. The radio system was upgraded to the P25 standard in the process. As well, he was fully involved in designing the Electronic Disclosure system that was implemented in London.
Eldon was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces in May of 2008, which is a law enforcement award from the Governor General of Canada. In August of 2012 the Office of the Governor General of Canada awarded Eldon the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for “outstanding service to Canada”.