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Toronto Central CCAC Stacey Daub Top 100 Award Winner

Toronto Central CCAC's Stacey Daub Top 100 Award Winner

Health care leader wins WXN 2015 Canada's Most Powerful Women award

TORONTO, Nov. 25, 2015 /CNW/ - Stacey Daub, CEO of the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) has been named one of the Top 100 Award Winners in WXN's 2015 Canada's Most Powerful Women designation. This annual award recognizes the amazing accomplishments of Canada's top female executives as well as their organizations and networks. Stacey Daub will be honored during a gala celebration at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on November 26th.

"I am honoured to be recognized and included in such an impressive group of Canadian women - all leaders and visionaries," says Daub. "I've the good fortune to work with an amazing team in our service to the real heroes of our community, caregivers, and I share this award with all of them."

Daub has been the CEO of the Toronto Central CCAC's since 2011 and in that time she has been at the forefront of positive change throughout the organization and beyond. A recognized leader in healthcare, she has worked to champion new ways to deliver care that is anchored on understanding what is most important to clients and their families.

A key focus of the Top 100 Awards is the recognition of talented leaders in the private, public and not-for-profit spheres. The awards have served to inspire the current and next generation of leaders as well as to expand the boundaries of what's possible.

Stacey Daub joins a prestigious community of past award winners including Daub's own sister, two-time winner and hall-of-fame recipient, Sally Daub and Canada's most iconic women trailblazers: Margaret Atwood, best-selling author; Dr. Robert Bondar, astronaut; Arlene Dickinson, chief executive officer, Venture Communications; Christine Magee, president, founder and chief executive officer, Sleep Country Canada; Michaelle Jean, former Governor General of Canada; Heather Reisman, founder and chief executive officer, Indigo Books & Music; and Kathleen Taylor, chair of the board, Royal Bank of Canada.

The full list of WXN's 2015 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winners can be found at

About Stacey Daub
Stacey has more than 16 years extensive leadership experience in the health and community sectors and shares a powerful vision for the Toronto Central CCAC. Stacey was a recent winner of the Change Foundation's 20 Faces of Change award, and a recipient of the Minister of Health and Long Term Care, Excellence Award. Stacey has held a series of progressive leadership positions in the health and community sectors. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario and is a graduate of the Advanced Health Leadership Program from the Rotman School of Business.

About the Toronto Central CCAC
The Toronto Central CCAC connects people across Toronto with quality in-home, clinic and community-based health care. The organization provides information, direct access to qualified care providers and community-based services to help people come home from hospital or live independently at home. Last year, 74,000 residents of Toronto were supported through the Toronto Central CCAC.

SOURCE Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre

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