Peer Group Forum with Mark Terrill

In line with our ongoing initiatives designed to support scale up entrepreneurs, we are excited to share that we are hosting a Peer Group Forum where founders and tech leaders are invited to come together with their peers who are experiencing the same challenges as they grow their teams, expand their geographies and enter their next stage of growth 

Our first InterGen Peer Group Forum will be facilitated by Mark Terrill, a Master TEC Canada Chair and Certified Executive Coach.  Mark facilitates a successful executive peer group that meets frequently to process opportunities and issues that lead to improved business results. He believes that a robust corporate culture trumps strategy all day long and, as you get to know him, that will become evident. A great culture will lead to positive results even from a mediocre strategy, however a great strategy with a toxic culture will under perform every time.

This event is designed for leaders who are are lifelong learners and are constantly striving to be better. This forum will help attendees grow personally and professionally with the guidance and wisdom of their peers. 

Note that this event is by invitation only. If you are interested in joining, please send your expression of interest to

June 6│11:00 AM - 3:00 PM MST
Inovia Hanger
345 Noorduyn Park, Calgary


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Mark Terrill was an insurance executive for 35 years beginning with a small Calgary based brokerage in 1985, eventually leading to the position of CEO and Shareholder in a national brokerage head officed in Toronto.   Although born and raised in Ontario, Mark is a proud Calgarian and he commuted from YYC to Toronto on a weekly basis for over a decade.

Mark has an Honours BA (History) from the University of Toronto, a CIP (Insurance Professional) designation - and is also a Certified Executive Coach (Royal Roads).   He has served on many boards, both Profit (always private companies) and not for profit.   Community Service matters and Mark was a long time Rotarian (President of his Club), Chair of Parks Foundation, member of Challenger Park, University Student Mentor, etc.

He was a 20+ year member of TEC (The Executive Committee) prior to becoming a TEC Chair 8 years ago.   It has been the most meaningful and impactful work in his professional career.

Mark is happily married to Ellen and has 3 adult children all living in Calgary and a 2 year old Grand Daughter.   

Supported by:

 Alberta Innovates

PriariesCan-1-600x300-1InterGen’s investor and leadership development  program is funded by
Alberta Innovates and PrairiesCan