Chinyere Eni-McLean is an active member of the Toronto community. She has served as an active volunteer, board member and advisory council member of various non-profit and public sector organizations including the Princess Margaret Hospital Cancer Foundation, the War Amputations of Canada Child Amputee Program, and the Amputee Coalition of Canada.
Within RBC Royal Bank, Chinyere currently leads a team of financial planners across the Toronto West region. Chinyere has held various roles within personal and commercial banking, including branch, sales, operations, leadership and strategy roles. Prior to serving in this capacity, Chinyere led the strategic direction of Aboriginal and Public Sector markets as National Director. She was the past co-chair the Royal Eagles Employee Resource Group within RBC Royal bank, an employee fellowship of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal employees who work together to create awareness and support Aboriginal culture throughout RBC Royal Bank.
Chinyere is a frequent speaker on banking, disability, health, cultural, leadership and related topics. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia and a Personal Financial Planning designation.
In 2012, Chinyere was the recipient of the Changing Lives award at the International Women’s Achievers Awards. In 2013, Chinyere received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award for service to Canada.
Chinyere was appointed to the Ontario Trillium Foundation board in September 2015.