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UCC welcomes new governors

Upper Canada College has welcomed three new members and reappointed a fourth to its board of governors. Todd Hargarten, Loewe Lee ’99 and Alexander Younger ’89 are the new additions, while Ken Tanenbaum is returning for another term. (The full board can be viewed here.)

Tod HargartenTodd Hargarten is managing director and global head of sales and origination for the equity derivatives group and head of prime brokerage and securities lending at TD Securities. He chairs the parents annual giving committee for the UCC Fund and is a member of the College’s advancement committee. Hargarten and his wife Sarah have a son at UCC, Adam ’20, as well as daughters Tess and Laine.

Loewe Lee websizeLoewe Lee ’99
is managing director of National Electronics Holdings Limited and its various subsidiaries, including National Properties Holdings Limited. As one of the youngest Old Boys to become a UCC governor and the second one from Hong Kong (following past parent Peter Tsang, who served from 1993 to 1998), he sits on UCC’s Asia advisory council. The Harvard University economics graduate and his wife Emily have three children, Emma, Oscar and Willow.

Alexander YoungerAlexander Younger ’89 joins the board after being elected Association Council president for a one-year term in October. He served on the Association Council for six years and was VP for two before becoming president. Younger is the founder and chief executive officer of Design Lab, a full-service marketing and advertising firm with clients including The Beer Store and RBC. He’s married to Sarah Richardson and they have two daughters, Robin and Fiona.

Ken TanenbaumKen Tanenbaum was reappointed for another term. He’s chairman of Kilmer Developments, the founder and chairman of the Kilmer Brownfield Equity Fund and vice-chairman of Kilmer Van Nostrand, a family holding company with interests in sports, media, private equity and infrastructure. He and his wife Jennifer have four children, including three UCC students: Jack ’18, Ethan ’20 and Dylan ’22.