Bill Hatanaka, Chair Nominee of the
Ontario Health Board of Directors, serves on the Fund Advisory Board of
Invesco Canada and is a member of the Independent Review Committee of
RP Investment Advisors. He is Vice-Chair of ICE NGX Canada Ltd. and
Chair of their Risk Management Committee. Additionally he sits on the
Board of Governors of York University, and serves as Chair, Finance and
Audit. He has previously served on other public boards including TMX
(Chair HRC, Derivatives), and TD Ameritrade (Risk Committee). He is the
Past Chair of the Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC).
Hatanaka is the past President and CEO, OPSEU Pension Trust (OPTRUST), a
defined benefit pension plan, jointly sponsored by the Government of
Ontario and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. He is former
Group Head, Wealth Management, TD Bank Group, where he was a member of
the senior executive team of the Bank with responsibility for building
the Bank's global Wealth and Asset Management business. He was the
inaugural Chair of the TD Bank's Diversity Leadership Council. His
community involvement has included work with Canadian Centre for
Diversity, The United Way and the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.
Elyse Allan, Vice Chair Nominee
of the Ontario Health Board of Directors, currently serves as a
Director of Brookfield Asset Management, a Fellow at the C.D. Howe
Institute and member of its National Advisory Council, an advisor to the
Eco-Fiscal Commission, and as a Director of MaRS Discovery District.
Until recently she participated on the Board of Directors of the
Conference Board of Canada, The Royal Ontario Museum, and the Business
Council of Canada. Previously she served as Chair of the Board for the
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and Chair of Providence Healthcare. Prior
to her retirement, Ms. Allan was the President and CEO of GE Canada and
Vice-President of the GE Company. She led a Canadian multi-billion
dollar digital, manufacturing, financial and industrial services
company. She was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2014.
career has included key roles with the Ontario Northland Transportation
Commission, the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce, the
Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and as federal Member of
Parliament for Nipissing-Timiskaming. Mr. Aspin holds the Corporate
Director (ICD.D) designation, and served on a variety of boards
including the North Bay Civic Hospital Corporation, Certified Management
Consultants of Canada, Canadian Space Advisory Board, Near North
District Schools, Association of Municipalities of Ontario and the
Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
is the Global Head, Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship at TD Bank
Group. Previously, she was the CEO of the Ontario Trillium
Foundation. Ms. Barrack is the current Chair of the Dean's Council for
the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, and an
advisory member of the Impact Canada Initiative. Her previous board work
includes serving as the Vice-Chair with the Scarborough Health Network.
Dr. Alexander Barron
is a physician who has specialized in General Pediatrics, Pediatric
Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Hematology, and has practiced at the
Hospital for Sick Children, St. Joseph's Health Centre in Toronto, North
York General Hospital and the Grand River Hospital. He has been a
consulting physician on the Afghanistan Task Force with the Canadian
International Development Agency. Dr. Barron has also served on the
board of the Ontario Medical Association, as well as The Canadian
Medical Protective Association, where he has been on the Executive, Case
Review and Investment Committees.
Dr. Adalsteinn (Steini) Brown
is the Dean of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University
of Toronto. Prior to becoming Dean, he was the Director of the
Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation and the Dalla Lana
Chair of Public Health Policy at the university. Dr. Brown is a member
of the Premier's Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway
Medicine. Dr. Brown's other past roles include senior leadership
positions in policy and strategy within the Ontario government, founding
roles in startup companies, and extensive work on performance
Rob Devitt retired in 2015 after
serving 11 years as President and CEO of the Toronto East General
Hospital. He has been appointed to assist a number of other hospitals in
Ontario, including serving as a Supervisor and Peer Reviewer. Over the
years, Mr. Devitt has served on numerous boards including the Ontario
Hospital Association, the Canadian College of Health Care Leaders and
the Post-Secondary Education Quality Assessment Board. He was an
original board member of Plexxus and HDIRS.
currently sits on the boards of SmartREIT and Real Matters Inc., where
he chairs the Audit Committees. He also serves on the Presto Fare Card
sub-committee of Metrolinx, and Payments Canada. He has chaired the
board of Cogniciti, the commercialization arm of Baycrest Health
Sciences, and is the Chair of the Board of the Baycrest Foundation. Mr.
Foster had a long career at Deloitte, where he led the Technology, Media
and Telecommunications Practice and was Vice-Chair of the firm. He is a
Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants.
retired in 2017 as the CEO of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
(CPAC), an independent organization funded by Health Canada to
accelerate action on cancer control for all Canadians. Prior to joining
CPAC, she held Ontario's highest-ranking civil servant role as
Secretary of Cabinet, Head of the Ontario Public Service and Clerk of
the Executive Council. Ms. Jamieson serves on the Board of Directors of
High Liner Foods, and is Chair of the Human Resources and Corporate
Governance Committee. She is also Chair of the Governance Committee of
The Gordon Foundation.
Jackie Moss was a senior
executive at CIBC for over 16 years where she ran the Human Resources,
Strategy and Corporate Development functions and was the General Counsel
in Canada. Prior to this, she was a partner at Blake, Cassels and
Graydon. Ms. Moss now serves on the board of IMCO and Minto REIT and is
chair of their Human Resources and Nominations and Governance
Committees, respectively. She is the Founder and CEO of Giftgowns.
is currently Chair of the Board of Governors at York University, and a
board member at Teranet, Humber River Hospital, Metrolinx and Indspire.
He is Past Chair of the Information Technology Association of Canada
(ITAC) and the ITAC Board of Governors. Mr. Tsaparis' over 30-year
career in technology included being appointed Hewlett-Packard's
Vice-President of Technology Support, Americas in May 2010. Before
taking on the Americas leadership role, he was President and CEO of
is the Chief Information Officer at Cargojet, Canada's leading supplier
of time-sensitive air cargo services. Her professional career includes
acting as a senior advisor to many technology startups. She is
currently on the Board of CentrePort Canada, based in Winnipeg.
Previously, Ms. Virmani has served on the boards of the Toronto Transit
Commission and the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network. Her
other appointments include the Advisory Council for National Security
(ACNS), the Cross-Cultural Roundtable on National Security (CCRS) and
the Schulich School of Business Advisory Committee.
of the board of directors for Ontario Health will also be appointed to
the boards for each of the Local Health Integration Networks, as well as
the following provincial health service agencies: Cancer Care Ontario,
eHealth Ontario, HealthForceOntario, Health Shared Services Ontario,
Health Quality Ontario and Trillium Gift of Life Network.