Nancy Naylor, Board Chair
Nancy Naylor is Associate Deputy Minister, Delivery and Implementation, at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), where she leads two large divisions: Health System Accountability and Performance and Health System Quality and Funding.
Before joining the MOHLTC in 2014, Nancy served as an Assistant Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance, and has held other senior positions in the Ontario government.
In addition to serving as HSSO Chair, Nancy also represents Ontario on the board of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). She has previously served on the board of the Ontario Electricity Financing Corporation, the Ontario Strategic Infrastructure Financing Authority and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Partners Committee.
William (Bill) MacLeod, Board Vice-Chair
Bill MacLeod is CEO of Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). He previously served as CEO of Hamilton Health Sciences, Peel Memorial Hospital in Brampton, and Toronto's Women's College Hospital, Toronto East General Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital.
Bill has also been on the boards of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives and the Canadian Healthcare Association, and played leadership roles with the Ontario Hospital Association, the Ontario Chartered Quality Institute Network, the Council of Ontario Research Directors and the Young Presidents' Organization.
Tim Hadwen, Board Member
Tim Hadwen is the Assistant Deputy Minister (ADM), Health System Accountability and Performance Division, at the Ministry of Health & Long Term Care (MOHLTC). He is working to advance the Patients First agenda through collaboration with the LHINs and health-system stakeholders.
Tim joined MOHLTC from the Ministry of Education, where he was the ADM of the Education Labour Relations Division. In that role, he successfully led the division in working with the school boards to negotiate central agreements with Ontario's teacher and education worker representatives.
Tim also has previous experience with board governance.
Kevin French, Board Member
Kevin French is the Associate Deputy Minister, Ontario Shared Services (OSS), at the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. He is responsible for corporate financial services and systems, pay and benefits, procurement, HR service delivery, and a number of enterprise business services that support Ontario Public Service ministries.
Kevin joined OSS from the Treasury Board Secretariat, where he was the Associate Deputy Minister, Office of the Treasury Board. In that role, he provided oversight and operational support to Treasury Board/Management Board of Cabinet in its stewardship of fiscal resources.
Kevin has held a number of executive positions in a variety of ministries including Finance, Environment, Education, Training, Colleges and Universities, Cabinet Office and the former Management Board Secretariat. He has also previously served as Board Chair for a Toronto based social-service community agency serving the children's sector.
Susan Fitzpatrick, Board Member
Susan Fitzpatrick has been Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) since 2015.
Prior to joining the LHIN, Susan had a career in the Ontario Public Service spanning more than three decades. Among her many leadership roles, she was Associate Deputy Minister, Health System Delivery and Implementation, at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Susan has also served on the board of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).
Bradley Coslett, Board Member
Bradley Coslett brings a wealth of governance and finance expertise to HSSOntario’s Board of Directors. He previously served as Board Chair of the North West Community Care Access Centre. In addition, he served as Board Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and Audit Board Committee with one of HSSOntario’s predecessor organizations, the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres.
Bradley has an extensive financial education and background, and has been a Financial Advisor with CIBC Imperial Service in Thunder Bay since 2003. His focus is on financial planning, including cash flow, credit, investment, retirement and wealth-protection planning.
Bradley is very active in his community, and has served as a member of the George Jeffrey Children's Centre Foundation, Society of Gift Planning Advisors and the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation, among other organizations.