Governance

OTN Board of Directors

OTN is governed by a Board of Directors that is representative of all regions of the Province as well as the continuing care and education sectors.

Interested in joining OTN’s Board?
OTN seeks Board of Director candidates. Learn more about the role and complete the application form. For questions or comments, please contact Sharon Graves, Corporate Affairs Administrator, at sgraves@otn.ca.

 

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David Murray (Chair)

David is the Executive Director of the Northwest Health Alliance. Prior to this, he served as CEO of Sioux Lookout Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre. David has worked for a broad range of health organizations across Ontario over the past 20 years. He was the CEO of two CCACs – Kenora – Rainy River in the 1990s and upon amalgamation of the provincial CCACs he led the Waterloo Wellington CCAC. He served as CEO of the well known Group Health Centre in Sault Ste. Marie and was the inaugural CEO of the North East LHIN.  

 

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Marcia Visser (Vice-Chair)

Marcia has more than 20 years’ experience in the health care sector both in Canada and the US. She is member of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Chair of the Board’s Quality Committee), Regent Park Community Health Centre (member of the Quality Committee and Chaired the Strategic Planning Committee), The Change Foundation (Sounding Board member) and the Ontario Hospital Association Board of Directors (Board Chair).

 

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Anne Brace (Treasurer)

Anne works as a director and currently sits on the board of Strongco Corporation, listed as SQP on the TSX, and on the boards of two not-for-profit organizations. Prior to retiring, she was the Chief Financial Officer at Softchoice Corporation, a public company providing technological products and solutions to corporate North America. During her eleven-year tenure there she spearheaded several acquisitions, took the company public, and managed an evolving capital structure.

 

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Matthew Anderson

Matthew Anderson is President and Chief Executive Officer of Lakeridge Health. Prior to Lakeridge, Matt was President and CEO of William Osler Health System. Matt previously served as CEO, Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and Senior Vice-President of Performance and Technology at University Health Network. He is a recipient of Canada’s prestigious ‘Top 40 Under 40’ award, received the ‘Who’s Who in Health care’ award through the Canadian College of Health Service Executives, and was named Canada’s CIO of the Year in 2005. Matt currently serves on a number of provincial committees and councils. He is also Chair, Rotman School of Management Health care & Life Sciences Advisory Board.

 

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Jennifer Blum

Jennifer Blum is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Vice President of Operations Support at VHA Home HealthCare, a registered charity and accredited provider of home health care services. Prior to that, she was the Director, Financial Planning at University Health Network, a health care organization comprising the Toronto General, Toronto Western and Princess Margaret hospitals and Toronto Rehab. Her experience also includes tenure as the VP Finance and CFO at the Ontario Centres of Excellence where she developed strategic partnerships to encourage private investment in start-up technologies in communications and IT. She is currently on the board of Compute Canada which enables excellence in research and innovation through advanced research computing.

 

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Richard Booth

Richard is an assistant professor at the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing (Western University) and adjunct professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (University of Toronto). He is a clinician researcher with an active research program exploring health informatics, social media technology, and psychiatric-mental health nursing. In addition to his academic responsibilities, he continues to practice clinically as a psychiatric-mental health nurse in the Treatment and Rehabilitation program at St. Joseph’s Health Care London.

 

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Nancy Croitoru

Nancy is the former President & CEO of Food & Consumer Products of Canada (FCPC), Canada’s largest association of food, beverage and consumer packaged goods companies. Prior to joining FCPC, Nancy was President of GCI Group Canada, a full-service public relations and public affairs agency. Before GCI Group Canada she was the founder of CNC Communications, a public relations agency which she sold to GCI Group.

 

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Donna Cripps

As the CEO of the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN, Donna leads the organization that plans, funds and integrates the local health care system, with the goal of providing access to coordinated and high quality care for the more than 1.4 million people across Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand, Brant, Burlington and Norfolk. Prior to joining the HNHB LHIN in October 2010, Donna held two key positions at Hamilton Health Sciences as President of St. Peter’s Hospital and Executive Lead, Rehabilitation and Seniors’ Health.

 

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Dr. Mark Guttman

Mark is a movement disorders neurologist practicing in Toronto. His clinical and research focus is on Parkinson’s disease and related disorders as well as Huntington’s disease. He has been performing telemedicine consultations since 2000 and about 30% of his follow up visits currently use OTN. He is the lead physician on a project providing telemedicine services to Africa sponsored by the International Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders Society.

 

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Andrée Robichaud

Andrée is the new president and CEO of Rouge Valley Health System, joining the hospital in May 2015. Previously, Andrée was the president and CEO of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre since 2010, and acting CEO of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute since November 2014. Prior to that, she was the president and CEO of the Vitalité Santé Region Health Authority, one of two health corporations in New Brunswick. She chaired the Conference of Federal Provincial Deputy Ministers Advisory Committee on Health Delivery and Health Human Resources.

 

Non-Voting:

Edward M. Brown, MD
OTN CEO

 


 

Contact the Board of Directors

To get in touch with a member of the Board, including Dr. Edward M. Brown, OTN CEO, please contact Sharon Graves, P.Adm, Corporate Affairs Administrator, Office of the CEO and Board of Directors at 416-446-4113 or sgraves@otn.ca.

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Sharon Graves, P.Adm Corporate Affairs Administrator, Office of the CEO and Board of Directors

Sharon provides senior level administrative support to the CEO, COO and Board of Directors. A Certified Professional Administrator through the Institute of Corporate Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), with 25 years’ experience in the health care industry ranging from hospital to community-based organizations. Sharon acts as the CEO’s first point of contact with Senior Ministry officials and other health care executives including LHINs and Hospitals. Former Corporate Executive Assistant to the CEO and Board of Directors at Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities and Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Regional Services at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, Sharon brings a wealth of experience to OTN.