INDIANAPOLIS (June 3, 2021) – BSA has added EnerDel CEO Michael A. Canada and former U.S. Attorney Deborah J. Daniels to its board as external directors.
“Deborah Daniels and Michael Canada bring perspectives and experience to our board that will help to broaden our vision and deliver transformative solutions for our clients and their communities,” says BSA Chairman Kevin Token. “They affirm our reason for having external board members: to ensure that we don’t make decisions in a vacuum or echo chamber.”
An attorney with Krieg DeVault, Deborah J. Daniels formerly served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana and U.S. Assistant Attorney General. In her two decades with Krieg DeVault, she has assisted a wide range of public and private sector clients in matters of regulatory compliance, public policy and government relations, and has worked extensively with clients in healthcare, life sciences and higher education.
An entrepreneurial executive known for guiding successful startups and turnarounds, Michael A. Canada serves as President and CEO of lithium-ion-industry firms EnerDel and Ener 1. In 2010, he leveraged his degree in mechanical engineering technology and extensive training in project management to launch The Canada Group, which provides engineering and project management and consulting services to firms in the construction and industrial sectors.
Daniels and Canada join healthcare industry veteran Robyn Eckermann as outside directors on the 10-member BSA board. BSA, a national, integrated design firm, creates inspired solutions that improve lives. BSA provides architecture, engineering, interior design, and planning services for spaces that support and enhance healing, learning, and discovery – facilities known as LifeStructures