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Central CCAC




Board of Directors

Joyce Bailey

member, governance committee

 

Joyce brings a wealth of experience as a senior healthcare executive to the Central CCAC board.  Her commitment to education and the improvement of standards is evident through her involvement in national and provincial associations, accreditation bodies and the University of Toronto. She is known for a participative management style that encourages staff and organizational development.

Joyce has over seven years combined senior level experience with the Ontario Hospital Association and was formerly President and Chief Executive Officer of the Wellesley Hospital, a 560-bed teaching facility in Toronto. Previously, she was President of the Canadian Healthcare Association, which gives her a unique national perspective on Canada's health system.

A strong supporter of volunteerism, Joyce has served on the Board of Directors for a long list of healthcare organizations. She was a member, then chair, of the Boards for the Canadian College of Health Leaders, COTA Health, St. John’s Rehab and Accreditation Canada.

Joyce was an assistant professor with the Department of Health Administration at the University of Toronto for 15 years, and a surveyor with Accreditation Canada for 24 years.

A certified health executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders, Joyce is a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Science Nursing (B.Sc.N.) from the University of Toronto and a Master’s of Science in Nursing (M.Sc.N) from Case Western Reserve University.

Eugene Cawthray (Vice Chair)

Member,  Patient services and quality Committee AND Finance and Audit Committee

Eugene Cawthray is President of Cawthray & Associates, a management consulting company. Eugene has 35+ years as a business executive with IBM, Hewlett Packard, CIBC and other multinational corporations. He has 10 years of Board experience with CNIB including investments, finance, fund-raising, audit and Board Chair in Ontario. He is a former member of the Board of Trustees of York Central Hospital and has five years of experience on the Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care Board for the Central Local Health Integration Network.

Julie Corden (Treasurer)

CHAIR, Finance and Audit Committee and member, GOVERNANCE committee

 

Julie is a chartered accountant specializing in the not-for-profit and public sectors. Currently a Partner, Assurance and Advisory, with Deloitte LLP, Julie is a highly skilled senior financial executive whose clients benefit from her in-depth knowledge of Canadian accounting standards and not-for-profit board governance.

Julie has extensive financial experience in the healthcare environment and a thorough understanding of Ontario’s healthcare funding model. During her eleven years with Deloitte, her clients have included Southlake Regional Health Centre, Mackenzie Health, the William Osler Health System, the Scarborough Hospital, and many other healthcare organizations in the Central region. Previously Julie was a senior financial analyst with EDS Canada, a leading global information technology services company.

A teaching assistant with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Julie is also a current member of the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) Canada Task Force on Auditor Reporting in Canada and a past member of the CPA Canada’s Advisory Group on the Implementation of the Canadian Auditing Standards in Canada.

Julie has a diploma in accounting and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Wilfrid Laurier University.

Joanne Flint

MEMBER, FINANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE AND PATIENT SERVICES AND QUALITY COMMITTEE

Joanne Flint was the Chair of the Board of Referees at Service Canada in Toronto where she presided over hundreds of appeal hearings. Immediately prior to this role, she was a member of the Ontario Municipal Board.

For six years, Joanne was a Councillor for the amalgamated City of Toronto, and before that she was a City of North York Councillor for nine years. During that time, she served on numerous committees and commissions, including as Chair of both the City of Toronto and City of North York planning committees, Vice Chair of the Toronto Transit Commission and the Metropolitan District Health Council, and member of the Greater Toronto Service Board.

Joanne has extensive governance experience, having served on the Board of Directors for a range of healthcare, cultural and historical organizations. Most recently she was a Board member at St. John's Rehab. In that role, Joanne chaired the Hospital Community Advisory Committee, was a member of the Patient Quality and Safety Committee, and represented the Board on the Ontario Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN) Governance Council.

Active in the community and a strong supporter of the arts, Joanne is a published author, a music festival adjudicator and the editor of dozens of educational film strip presentations on multiculturalism.

Anne Kemp

MEMBER, GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE AND PATIENT SERVICES AND QUALITY COMMITTEE

Anne is the Canadian President of Berkeley Developmental Resources, a North American organizational development consulting firm. Anne's experience includes public and private sectors, health care, not for profit, government, financial service, retail, public utility, professional and industry associations and manufacturing.

Through the design and delivery of strategic education and training, Anne's work builds capacity in leadership development, change management, corporate social responsibility, team effectiveness, conflict management, and interpersonal skills.

With a strong focus on exceptional governance and safe, quality patient care, Anne also served on the Board of Directors of Community Care East York, West Park Healthcare Centre and St. John's Rehabilitation Centre. She is a current member of the Human Resource Planning Society and International Society for Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations. She holds a Master's of Science (M.Sc.) from the American University in Washington, DC., and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the University of Windsor.

Al Luciani

Co Chair, Patient Services and Quality Committee

Al is the President of Quad Strategic Resources, a consulting firm engaged in the provision of strategic planning, coaching & mentoring to business executives at all levels of organizations. Al has over 35 years of experience in senior management with Spalding, TopFlite & Callaway Golf where he earned an excellent reputation as a corporate problem solver. Al has traveled extensively both in Canada and internationally in a professional capacity where his responsibilities included sourcing new products, setting up quality systems, consulting subsidiaries, establishing off-shore supply chains needs, relocating & overseeing the building of new plants, mergers & acquisitions.

Joe Parker (Chair)

Joe is a chartered accountant and an institute-certified director with extensive experience guiding boards, supporting clients in the development of strategic alliances, and advising on mergers, acquisitions and financing. In his current role as Managing Director and founder at Maple Tree Advisory Inc., Joe provides strategy, structure, governance, finance and strategic sourcing advice.

For over 10 years, Joe was a senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, working with public and private sector clients in healthcare, energy and transportation. His healthcare clients have included the William Osler Health System, Toronto's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto East General Hospital, University Health Network and St. Michael's Hospital. Joe previously held various positions at Molson Companies Limited, including Vice President, Finance, Marketing & Technology, and he was an auditor with Clarkson Gordon.

Joe is a Governor on the board at Mohawk College, an independent Director at Delivery Ink and a former board member at the Mississauga YMCA and the Hamilton Philharmonic. A recognized health service and system leader, he was recently named a Senior Fellow of the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto.

Caroline Pinto

MEMBER, GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE

Caroline is the Managing Principal at Counsel Public Affairs Inc. She is a seasoned consultant and brings more than 16 years of experience in government and government relations, strategic advice, stakeholder consultation, issues analysis and policy development and analysis. Caroline's comprehensive understanding of the health system comes from her work with clients across the healthcare sector.

Prior to founding Counsel Public Affairs Inc., Caroline held several senior positions at Deloitte & Touche, Ministry of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs. She is a former Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors at St. John's Hospital and board member of the Public Affairs Association of Canada.

Caroline holds a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Industrial and Labour Relations from McGill University.

Charles Schade

Co chair, Patient SERVICES and Quality Committee AND MEMBER, gOVERNANCE COMMITTEE

Charles is a senior level marketing and strategy executive with a proven record of successfully identifying opportunities and launching new products and programs. He recently retired from Maritz Canada, a full-service agency that in 2013 received industry recognition as a top strategy company in North America.

During his long and accomplished career, Charles has focused his exceptional management and financial analysis expertise on helping a wide range of large and mid-sized corporations to expand, increase their market visibility and grow their revenues. His notable leadership roles include President of the NPD Group Canada, Vice President of Empathica and Senior Director at J.D. Power and Associates.

Resourceful and results oriented, Charles' commitment to ongoing coaching and mentoring has helped him to build and lead many high performing teams. As Past President of the Bayview Golf and Country Club Board of Directors, Charles broadened the skill set of the Board and established strong governance principles, resulting in a more balanced and effective governing body.

Charles holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Business from Kingston University London, and has completed a wide range of executive management courses through the Schulich School of Business at York University.