Board of Directors

Ian Mor Macdonald


Ian is a Founder and Managing Director of Tricapital Solutions Inc., a boutique merchant bank and consultancy firm providing strategic business development and capital markets advice to mid-sized private and public companies. Mr. Macdonald and Tricapital have raised over $500 million in capital for client companies and have restructured, bought, sold and co-invested behind dozens of companies. Prior to starting Tricapital Solutions Mr. Macdonald worked in senior roles at both Bacardi International and PwC. He is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Ontario, a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors, and a past member of the Restructuring Association of Canada and the Venture Capital Association of Canada. Mr. Macdonald is past Chair of the Board of Empire Industries Limited, a TSX-listed company, Past Chair of the Canadian Professional Sales Association and is currently Chair of MI Petro (Services) Inc, a construction and service company.

Ian Murray Macdonald

M.Sc., P.Geo., EP (CEA)

Ian is a professional geoscientist and certified environmental auditor, with a comprehensive understanding of the professional service sector. Ian is a valued board member, having worked with BluMetric and its affiliates for more than 34 years in the earth science and auditing fields. He was Director of WESA UK and a Director for the WESA Group Inc. He is currently a client manager and project manager for multiple sites, in multiple jurisdictions across Canada, in the areas of contaminant hydrogeology and remediation, source water protection, waste management and management systems. He is a Past President of the PGO (Professional Geoscientists Ontario).

Scott A. MacFabe


Scott is CEO of BluMetric. He is a seasoned business leader and hydrogeologist who holds both professional hydrogeology and geology accreditations. Prior to joining BluMetric as CEO, Scott was President and COO of the Industrial and Environmental Division of a large California-based environmental consulting company. Previously, he was a Partner and Director at Malcolm Pirnie. During Scott’s tenure at that firm, it was merged with a large international publicly traded consultancy in 2009. Scott was responsible for integrating the existing industrial consulting business with the new firm while leading Canadian operations and holding the position of Executive VP of North American Strategic Initiatives. From 1985 to 2002, he was a Senior Hydrogeologist and Officer at Dames and Moore.

Wanda Richardson

MAES, RPP (Ret.)

Wanda Richardson holds a Masters in Environmental Planning and is currently an independent business development advisor to private firms. She previously held the position of Vice President Federal Services with AECOM Canada where she served on the Canadian Executive. She successfully developed and led the Federal infrastructure and indigenous portfolios in Canada achieving exponential growth year over year. Wanda has also held senior leadership positions at Hatch, the University of Waterloo and Region of Waterloo. She has specific success in partnership development leveraging the capital and expertise of the private sector to achieve public outcomes. She is a Registered Professional Planner (Ret.), member of the Canadian Institute of Planners, and is an active mentor of students, women and young professionals. She is currently a Board Director with Soroptimist Foundation of Canada and Monica Place. Previously she was a Board Director with the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC), Chair of the Urban Transportation Council, and recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Service Award from TAC. 

Dr. David L. Rudolph

Ph. D., P. Eng.

David Rudolph, Ph.D., P.Eng., is a Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Waterloo. He specializes and teaches in the areas of regional hydrogeology and groundwater protection and management. His research group combines watershed-scale field monitoring with numerical modeling strategies to resolve issues related to water balances, impacts of diffuse source contaminants and groundwater-surface water interaction phenomena. Rudolph has participated extensively with municipal authorities in groundwater development and management projects with specific focus on assessing the impacts to water quality from agricultural land-use practices and evaluating performance of Beneficial Management Practices. He was the 2010 recipient of NGWA’s M. King Hubbert Award for contributions to the field of hydrogeology, was the 2013 NGWA Darcy Lecturer in Ground Water Science and is the recipient of the 2020 IAH Robert N. Farvolden Award in Groundwater Science.