In addition to the Board of Directors, CTN relies on Audit and Finance, Governance and Quality Committees that are made up of board members and additional community volunteers.
CTN is currently recruiting for Volunteer Board of Director and Committee Positions.
If you are interested in learning more about our board or board committees please review our board and board committee roles or contact us. If you'd like to apply, please complete this online application form. Contact Sian Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
If you would like to volunteer with our board or board committees please fill out this application form and follow the instructions for submission. Though we typically recruit annually for our board, we are happy to keep all submitted applications on file and will contact you if a volunteer opportunity becomes available.
As a Chartered Accountant, Christianne brings significant financial expertise and a deep knowledge of the healthcare system. She holds a strong conviction that effective community-based care organizations like Children’s Treatment Network also contribute to the reduction of overall healthcare costs. Her experience as Director of Finance for West Park Healthcare Centre and her work with Toronto’s Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is an invaluable asset for the Board’s Audit and Finance Committee.
Randy has over 25 years experience in the field of information management and information technology, with a focus on project management. He has his own firm, Infokinetics, which has a broad base of clients that include provincial and federal government departments and divisions, and a diverse group of private sector clients. Randy has had a long involvement in volunteering. He was a Big Brother for over 10 years, and received special recognition from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario; was the president and co-founder of Braveheart, a small fund raising charity; and was a business consultant with Junior Achievement of Metro Toronto and York Region. He has experience serving as a director on volunteer boards as well as being on Board committees. He is a strong believer of giving back to one’s community and has served as a community member on CTN’s Quality Committee for the past year.
Plinio is a Certified Public Accountant. Plinio joined the CTN Board of Directors in June 2017 after serving two years as a community representative on the Audit and Finance Committee. Plinio is an IT-savvy Financial Executive with over 25 years of experience. He brings a common sense approach to financial management. His expertise includes implementing new systems, shared services, expanding existing systems to address company growth, and negotiating contracts. Plinio is currently the Vice President Finance and Controller for Simply Green Home Services Inc., a company founded on the premise of helping Canadian Homeowners increase their home's energy efficiency and subsequently reduce energy consumption without sacrificing their quality of life or living standards. .
Wendy is an education professional with extensive experience in Simcoe County District School Board as a special education teacher and principal. She currently works as a Practicum Supervisor for Nipissing University in York Region District School Board, as well as a special education consultant and course coordinator for the Ontario Principal's Council. Wendy has extensive board experience in the children’s mental health sector, sitting on Children’s Mental Health Ontario’s Board of Directors.
Jonathan is the father of two children; one of whom was recently diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. Jonathan has recently taken on a new role at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) as Senior Manager, Client Engagement & Loyalty.
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Originally volunteering with CTN as a community representative for CTN’s Audit and Finance Committee, Brian joined our Board of Directors and brings with him a depth of experience from many years of working in the municipal sector in the financial area. Brian lives with his family in Barrie, Ontario.
Melissa is currently a Director with Planning and Integration with the North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network, supporting greater system integration. Melissa has more than 20 years experience in the health care system and believes strongly in the value community care and community-based organizations bring to the system.
Carole Moore was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH) in 2016. She joined Halton Healthcare in 2015, serving as Chief Operating Officer, OTMH Transitions. In that role she was responsible for overseeing the operational readiness work needed to prepare for the opening of the new hospital, including equipment procurement, IT implementation, risk mitigation and move logistics.
Previously, Carole was Vice-President, Quality, Risk and Organizational Effectiveness at Markham-Stouffville Hospital, where she oversaw a diverse portfolio that spanned infection prevention and control, human resources, patient relations and risk management. Carole’s clinical experience includes surgical services, neuroscience, paediatric emergency, ambulatory care, hemodialysis and homecare. A nurse by training, Carole holds a BScN (Lakehead University) and an MBA (Wilfred Laurier University).
Vivek is a technology management consultant with expertise in program management. He has over 14+ years of experience in consulting with many clients in the financial services industry across Canada and the US. He holds a degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Software Engineering from the University of Western Ontario in London. As a firm believer in service to one’s community Vivek is honoured to bring his experience in organizational governance to CTN’s board. An avid musician, Vivek is also the President of a not-for-profit organization dedicated to arts and cultural preservation. Vivek is a proud lifelong resident of Markham with his wife and baby boy.
Gayle Whitehead is a retired early year’s educator who is passionate about the benefits that community partnerships provide for children, families and schools. She devoted much of her career working with the York Region District School Board and was the board’s project lead along with a multi-disciplinary team of educators, for the implementation of Full Day Kindergarten. Through her position as Manager of Community Programs and Children’s Services, she developed a solid knowledge of the children’s services sector in York Region and helped to build relationships to support school, family and community engagement. Gayle has served as a board member for the Community Services Council of York Region and for the Community Alliance for York Region Education. She has an M. Ed from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto.
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