Leadership Team

The CEO and leadership team are responsible for all operational matters and the implementation of strategic plans and policies.


Sean Hewitt

Chief Executive Officer

Sean leads the senior management team at the TTC Pension Plan. As CEO, he manages the day-to-day affairs of TTCPP, reporting directly to the Board. Before joining TTCPP in 2016, he was the lead investment officer at one of Canada's largest corporate pension plans. Sean plays an active role in various industry groups, most notably at the Pension Investment Association of Canada (PIAC) where he serves as Vice Chair on the Board of Directors. He also serves on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee for pensions at the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA). Sean holds a BA in Economics from the University of Calgary and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).


James Clarkson

Treasurer and Managing Director, Finance

James is responsible for the financial functions of the TTCPP, including corporate finance and investment administration, investment and regulatory compliance, and others. Before being promoted to Treasurer and Managing Director in 2020, James played a key role alongside senior management in successfully migrating TTCPP from a TTC department to an arms-length, independent organization. He holds Chartered Accountant (CA) and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designations. He volunteers as a member of the Pension Investment Management Committee with CPA Canada, Pension Plan Advisory Committee of the United Church of Canada, and he serves on the Fellowship Board of Directors at Renascent, one of Ontario's largest substance addiction treatment centres. James is a graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business and holds an Honours Business Administration (HBA).


Andrew Greene

Managing Director, Investments

Andrew oversees TTCPP’s investment portfolio. Since joining TTCPP, he has restructured the equity program from a regional to a global approach and rebuilt the hedge fund and private equity programs from a “fund of funds” to a direct approach, which has resulted in lower fees and improved transparency. He is a Certified Alternatives Investment Analyst (CAIA) and a Certified Investment Manager (CIM), as well as a member of the Pension Industry Association of Canada (PIAC), CFA Institute and CFA Society Toronto. Andrew volunteers on the investment committees for the United Church of Canada and York University. He holds an MA from Binghamton University and a BA from Ithaca College.


Donna Miyasaki

Director, Communications

Donna is a strategic communications leader who is passionate about delivering Plan information to TTCPP members. She is committed to keeping members educated and informed about their benefits in an easy-to-understand way. In her role, she is responsible for delivering a robust pension seminar education program for members. She also leads the retirement team, who prepare and conduct personalized meetings with members about their estimates and retirement. Donna recently managed the development of TTCPP's new Mission, Vision and Values; TTCPP's new logo and identity; and the launch of TTCPP's first website.


Helen Redmond

Corporate Secretary and Director, Pension Administration

Helen leads the team that delivers service to our members and stakeholders. She oversees monthly retired member payroll and processing of entitlements, and she ensures the integrity of the Plan's governance and compliance. Previously, Helen served as Supervisor, Pension Benefits, where she delivered the successful implementation of a new payroll system in 2017. She is a member of the Governance Professionals of Canada and the Canadian Payroll Association. Helen holds an Honours BA from the University of Toronto and a Pension Plan Administration Certificate from Humber College.

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