Ray Monteith is a senior vice president with HUB International’s risk services division. He leads the organizational resilience practice for the division and is the risk control services leader for the Canadian region.
Monteith has over 25 years of experience in risk consulting and has provided risk evaluations and risk mitigation strategies to a broad range of clients including agencies of federal, provincial and municipal governments across Canada as well as to various institutions, universities, heavy industry and major insurance companies. His primary consulting focus is organizational resilience and enterprise security risk management, including disaster and emergency response planning, business continuity planning and cybersecurity. Additionally, Monteith has broad experience in evaluating fire and life safety risk within the built environment, as well as in assessing municipal fire protection, construction site safety and liability exposure.
Monteith is involved in applied research into community and organizational resilience, has published research papers and regularly presents research findings at various national and international conferences.
Monteith holds a master of arts in disaster and emergency management from Royal Roads University. He is a Canadian risk management (CRM) professional and a graduate of the cybersecurity executive education program at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.