chief executive officer of the Central CCAC, reporting to the Board of Directors
Megan Allen-Lamb is Chief Executive Officer of the Central Community Care Access Centre (CCAC). She joined the organization in September 2015 and brings over 15 years of senior-level experience within the health and community care sector.
Megan has a proven track record in delivering meaningful and transformative outcomes through strategic alliances and ventures that result in system integration and better patient experience. She is a champion in engaging patients and their families in the co-design of programs and services.
Most recently, Megan was the Chief Executive Officer of the North Simcoe Muskoka CCAC where she led her team to improve relationships with health care partners resulting in quality, integrated care for patients.
Prior to that, Megan held senior-level positions with the South West, Champlain and Haldimand-Norfolk CCACs and brings diverse experience in all areas of the organization, including human resources, organizational leadership, performance management and accountability, patient services, strategic planning and quality improvement.
Megan holds a Master of Public Health, specializing in Health Policy and Management from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Windsor.
Chief transformation officer
Lynn Harrett brings a rich background in community and volunteer involvement to the Central CCAC. As Chief Transformation Officer, Lynn is responsible for exploring and leveraging new opportunities and partnership alliances during this transformative point in the home and community care sector. She also holds overall accountabilities for internal and external communications, stakeholder engagement and strategy. Lynn is skilled at building consensus from competing visions. Her ability to bring all sides to the table to work for the common good has a lasting legacy in the renowned Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail, created during her tenure at David Crombie's Waterfront Regeneration Trust. Lynn holds an Honours BA from McMaster University and a Master of Arts in Public Administration from the University of Toronto.
Tini Le, Vice President, patient services
Tini Le has emerged as a passionate advocate for patient-centred care and an enthusiastic supporter of innovative solutions designed to achieve the best possible health outcomes for our patients. As Vice President of Patient Services, Tini is responsible for the planning, execution, oversight and evaluation of care coordination, professional practice and placement services at the Central Community Care Access Centre.
Tini brings extensive knowledge of patient services and a track record of planning, leading and sustaining initiatives that keep patients' choices and needs at the centre of what we do. She shares and promotes Central CCAC's vision of providing outstanding care – every person, every day. In addition, Tini has lead successful collaborations with our health care partners and played a key role in pioneering care models and programs to better meet the needs of our increasingly complex patients across the Central region and the province.
Tini has a Master of Science Nursing (MScN) degree. She is a graduate of the Advanced Health Leadership program at the Rotman School of Management and holds a Masters Certificate in Healthcare Management from Schulich School of Business.
Interim Vice President,
As interim vice president, corporate services, Joyce Barretto provides strategic leadership and operational oversight for finance, information technology, information management and facilities and administration. She is a seasoned finance and corporate services executive and brings over 25 years of experience in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. Joyce is recognized for her exceptional relationship management abilities and results driven approach.
Joyce comes to the Central CCAC with diverse executive experience, most recently as chief administrative officer at the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres where she provided strategic leadership to the corporate services division and coordinated the review of CCACs by the Auditor General of Ontario. She also served as assistant deputy minister for public infrastructure and executive director for corporate services at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Joyce earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario and serves as a board member for the Parkinson's Society of Canada and Evergreen, the Brickworks.