- Slawko Borys, Chair
- Natalia Lishchyna, 1st Vice-Chair
- Peter Malajczuk, 2nd Vice-Chair
- Jerry Pryshlak, Secretary
- Irena Fedchun, Director & AC Chair
- Peter Szlichta, Director
- Robert Diakow, Director
- Taras Rohatyn, Director
- Borden Osmak, Director
- Michael Mychailyshyn, Director
- Myron Oleksyshyn, Director
- Natalia Werhun-Popowicz, Director
Natalia Werhun-Popowicz is a lawyer, notary public, and owner of Werhun Law. Natalia’s practice focuses primarily on assisting clients with residential and commercial real estate purchase and sale transactions, as well as acting for both lenders and borrowers on institutional and private financing transactions. Natalia also has experience advising landlords and tenants on commercial leasing issues, as well as corporate and business related matters.
Natalia was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012 after completing her law degree at the University of Ottawa in 2011, graduating Cum Laude. As a law student, she interned with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, as well as the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. During her studies, Natalia was awarded the Godyne Sibay Scholarship in Real Estate Law. After graduating from law school, she articled at a prominent large firm in Ottawa, where she was subsequently hired as an associate in the Real Estate and Development and Municipal Law groups. After moving back to the Greater Toronto Area, she worked at a small firm in Markham for over 6 years where she led the residential real estate practice, and regularly acted on commercial real estate transactions, financing (acting for both borrowers and lenders on institutional and private mortgages), and commercial leasing matters.
Natalia enjoys the challenge of practicing law and helping clients find effective solutions. She takes pride in her commitment to clients and her involvement in the community. Currently, Natalia is on the Administrative Committee of the Ukrainian National Federation – Toronto Branch and served as a Director on the Board of the UNF Education and Recreation Society from 2013 to 2019.
Natalia grew up in Hamilton, where she was active in the Ukrainian community. Presently, she lives in Etobicoke with her husband and son.