Healthcare and Communications Leaders Wanted!

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Build Brighter Futures for Children, Youth and Families as a Volunteer Board Director.

Are you a community-minded public sector executive with a track record in Ontario’s healthcare system? Or are you a communications, marketing or advertising expert who wants to use your unique talents to give back and help an organization do really important work? If so, we want to hear from you!

We’re looking for two volunteer board directors who are excited to share their expertise with us. If you are a dynamic, energetic and excited leader with experience in healthcare and/or communications, marketing or advertising, we know you will enjoy working with our really engaged board. Ideally, at least one of these positions should be filled by someone who lives or works in Simcoe County to help ensure our board reflects the areas we serve. As a member of our Board of Directors you can expect to volunteer approximately 8-10 hours a month, share your leadership, expertise and governance experience at the board level and sit on one of our committees (Audit and Finance, Governance or Quality).

Children’s Treatment Network (CTN) builds brighter futures together for over 25,000 children and youth with disabilities and other developmental needs. Some of our clients have lifelong, complex disabilities and use equipment like wheelchairs to move around, while others need therapy to help them speak clearly. While a personal connection to disability or developmental needs through lived experience is not a requirement, CTN highly values this perspective in all levels of our organization.

For more information or to apply please visit If you have any questions please contact Sian Morgan, Executive Assistant at

About CTN

Funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), CTN provides an average of 81,000 service visits each year, which are delivered through public and private partner organizations in the health, education and community/social service sectors. Our 49 employees and 170+ contracted positions with 21 partner organizations proudly serve children and youth through CTN’s community and school based programs. We work across sectors to support families where they need it most – at home, school and communities. Collectively, we provide intake, service navigation and coordinated service planning; assessment and diagnostic services; specialized clinical and rehabilitation services such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech language therapy, a family mentor program and inclusive events for children and families.