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Recent Toronto Global CEO & Aviation Executive Toby Lennox Joins Intelense’ s Board of Advisors

Intelense Inc

Jul 19, 2021

The Addition of a Corporate Lawyer with Experience as an Aviation / Airport Executive and CEO of a Major Investment Attraction Agency Will Benefit the Company as it Scales New Markets and Verticals.

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In late 2020, Intelense’s Executive Team began bringing together a well-rounded group of accomplished leaders to assist the company through an explosive growth stage. These individuals now form Intelense’s Board of Advisors.

We are pleased to introduce Toby Lennox, immediate past Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Toronto Global, as a member of Intelense’s Board of Advisors. Toby has been instrumental in drawing from his vast experiences and contacts to help Intelense navigate complex business, regulatory and governance matters all while connecting the company to new growth opportunities in Canada and around the world.

Prior to overseeing the creation of Toronto Global, Toby enjoyed a long and rewarding tenure at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) ultimately serving as Vice-President, Strategy Development and Stakeholder Engagement. He successfully oversaw the legal restructuring,
management, and later tremendous growth of Canada’s busiest airport. He is an Oxford University trained lawyer and recently completed his ICD.D designation.

“It’s a big win to have Toby Lennox on Intelense’s Board of Advisors. Having someone who can see matters through legal, regulatory and a CEO’s lens really helps the company not only aggressively pursue opportunities, but also ensure that clients and shareholders are protected.”

-Dinesh Prasanna, Sailesh Kumar & Sriram Raman - Intelense Executive Team


Founded in late 2018, Intelense has grown into a Global AI and Analytics Platform that can transform all forms of data, otherwise discarded, into Optimized Analytics using underlying patented technology. Intelense’s AI Platform is being used for analyzing, identifying and predicting abnormalities in the Medical, Oil & Gas, Power & Distribution and Smart City sectors of the economy.

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