Sherbourne is committed to ensuring that we maintain the highest standards of public trust and integrity in our affairs. The Board of Directors bring diverse backgrounds, skills, perspectives and experience to establish Sherbourne’s strategic direction, oversee management, ensure program quality and effectiveness, and steward financial sustainability.
Board members are volunteers.
– Board Chair/Chair, Executive Committee
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Michelle is a lawyer with over 15 years of experience in the healthcare sector. As the founder of Moldofsky Professional Corporation, she provides not-for-profit and healthcare organizations with legal advice and services to plan for cost reduction and outsourcing of the legal function. Michelle is a former General Counsel at St. Michael’s Hospital, a role in which she was a trusted advisor to the board of directors and senior executives. As a volunteer in the Pro Bono Law Ontario Corporate Law Clinic, she serves low income business owners and small not-for-profit organizations. She volunteers as a mentor to lawyers in the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association’s mentorship program as a member of the Corporate Counsel Advisory Committee of the Law Practice Program, which trains law students in their final transition to becoming licensed lawyers. Michelle is also a frequent speaker on legal issues affecting healthcare and research organizations in Canada.
– Board Vice Chair
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Lindsey, B.Sc. PT, MHSc. Health Admin, CHE, is currently Vice President, Patient Programs at the Royal Victoria Regional Health centre in Barrie and since 2012, Regional Vice President, NSM Regional Cancer Program. For twenty years, Lindsey has held successively responsible senior healthcare administrative roles at York Finch General Hospital, Wellesley Hospital, University Health Network and Scarborough Hospital. Lindsey is trained as a Physiotherapist and has a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Toronto. She is also a graduate of the Advanced Health Leadership Program at the Rotman School of Management and LEAN Management Certification Program at the University of Michigan, and is a Certified Health Executive. As a healthcare leader, Lindsey has demonstrated passion and commitment for the delivery of high quality patient experience, working in partnership with health services providers to develop integrated systems of care and the development of high performing teams.
– Board Treasurer/Chair, Finance & Audit Committee
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June is a Chartered Accountant who worked in numerous roles throughout her career. She has over 35 years of experience in the financial field; with over 25 years in the real estate industry. At Tricon Capital Group, June was CFO responsible for the Company’s overall financial management including information technology, reporting and administration before taking retirement at the end of a fourteen year career with the company. Prior to joining Tricon in 2001, June led her own consulting company providing financial management, process re-engineering, and systems assessment and implementation services within the real estate industry. Prior to starting her own company in May 1999, she held a controllership position in the real estate division of The Oshawa Group Ltd., a large national retail / wholesale grocery company; operating under Food City, Price Chopper, IGA, Towers and Pharma Plus. June graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce degree and subsequently received her CPA, CA designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. June’s governance experience is with Lupus Ontario where she serves on the Board of Directors, the Finance committee and the Technology committee.
– Board Secretary/Chair, Governance Committee)
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Will is a regulator at the Canadian Public Accountability Board working to promote accountability, quality and governance within the audit industry. He leads cross-country teams conducting risk analysis, reviewing reporting issuer audit files and examining the design and operation of quality control infrastructure at participating firms. He manages the relationship with another financial services regulator in Canada and liaises with international peers to share developments and best practices. He was previously the audit committee chair and member of the investments committee at St. Paul’s Anglican Church on Bloor Street.
– Board Officer-at-Large/Chair, Quality Committee
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Juliana, MD, MHM, CHE, brings to Sherbourne 12 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with an in-depth understanding of Ontario’s healthcare system and expertise in strategy, governance, performance measurement and quality improvement. She is currently the Group Manager of Program Management at Cancer Care Ontario where she manages the business operations of the Cancer Screening Program, including strategy and planning, operational risk and control, financials, metrics and reporting, communications and change management. Juliana’s clinical and business background is valuable to understanding the needs of diverse stakeholders, while reaching consensus and adopting evidence-based solutions. She holds the Certified Healthcare Executive Program designation from the Canadian College for Health Leaders, and received her Master of Health Management from the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University and her Medical Degree from Colombia at the University of Caldas.
– Chair, Fund Development Advisory Committee
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John is a lawyer and has worked at two of the top national law firms in the country (Strikeman Elliot and Fraser and Beatty) in their corporate and real estate groups. He then moved to insurance company First Canadian Title in the commercial division, and then on to FMC Law (Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, now Dentons) where John ran the marketing and business development department. Currently, he is Chief Innovator at Cognition LLP. A new law firm that is revolutionizing the way legal services are delivered to the market. John has extensive governance experience including President of the Board of Harmony Hall, an East York Seniors where he was heavily involved in fundraising for that organization. John lives in and cares about the Sherbourne community. He has a vested interest in ensuring that the there is a healthy, safe and supportive network of service in the neighborhood. He is very interested in making sure that local agencies are diverse and inclusive in their make-up and approach to providing support.
Siu Mee Cheng
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Siu Mee is an Executive Consultant for Point Consulting Services providing executive management services, leading organizational changes, guiding the development and execution of fundraising strategies, supporting board governance, and providing training and professional development workshops on integrated health and social care. Siu Mee has over 25 years of experience as a health and social services leader in the public and not-for-profit sector. Most recently, Siu Mee served as a Board Director for the Canadian Mothercraft Society and was a member of the Strategic Planning Advisory Group. Siu Mee has served on several Boards over the span of 15 years gaining experience in governance, health promotion and public health issues, heathy community development, stakeholder relations management, and possesses expertise associated with integrated health and social care. Siu Mee comes to Sherbourne with a large portfolio of experience and education in health sciences and community projects. Siu Mee is currently a PhD candidate in social policy studies and is a certified yellow belt in Six Sigma.
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Shawn is a lawyer and professional engineer with over 12 years of combined professional experience. As a lawyer with Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, his legal practice focuses on corporate finance and securities regulatory matters, investment funds and asset management. Prior to his career in law, Shawn gained significant engineering experience with a focus on the mining industry, commercial robotics research, computer programming and oil & gas engineering. Shawn holds a Juris Doctor degree from Western University and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechatronics Engineering from the University of Waterloo. He has also passed the Level III CFA Program Exam.
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Marcia is a seasoned association management executive and has worked with associations at both the provincial and national levels in the health care sector. Marcia is currently serving as Executive Director with the Eye Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (EPSO). She is a customer-centric strategic leader with a passion for business development, strengthening member engagement, and growing revenues for member and client based associations and professional service firms. Marcia earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto, is a Six Sigma Green Belt and is working to attain her CAE designation from the Canadian Society of Association Executives.
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Erik serves as the Director of Innovation with SE Health where he is working to find new ways to foster health and wellbeing in the community for an ageing population. An expert in connecting the dots in our health and social system, Erik manages a portfolio of projects at SE Health focused on community-based primary healthcare and new models of attainable housing. Beyond his day-to-day role, Erik maintains his involvement in the community through participation in a number of governance activities, notably having served on the boards of two community health centres, including for the past 6 years at Access Alliance focused on newcomer health. Prior to his work at SE Health, Erik held a variety of roles at the provincial, federal and international level with organizations such as the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cancer Care Ontario, the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, and the World Health Organization. A French-Canadian from Northern Ontario, Erik grew up in the Middle East and has an MSc in International Health Management from Imperial College London.
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A.J. is a transformational healthcare leader who’s passionate about optimizing the health of our communities. He believes in continuous quality improvement, equity, collaboration and innovation.
A.J. is a forward thinking, strategic planner who constantly strives for excellence. He has demonstrated success in a number of leadership roles in various academic health sciences centres. A.J. also has a clinical background as a critical care nurse and a Combined Master of Nursing and Master of Health Science. He is an Adjunct Lecturer with the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto, and is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.
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Craig brings 15 years’ experience in finance, risk management and governance, and is currently Managing Director & Head of Cross Business Risk at BMO Capital Markets. In his role at BMO, Craig leads a diverse team responsible for developing financial valuation and risk models, managing complex financial risks and leading new business initiatives. Craig holds a BSc., Science & Business with a minor in Economics from the University of Waterloo.
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Maria is the Manager of Health Equity at Health Quality Ontario where she works in collaboration with health system, and cross-sectoral partners to advance health equity in Ontario. Her expertise is in leveraging policy and collaborative strategy to execute social change within organizations and across systems. Throughout her career, Maria has worked in partnership with communities to co-develop system innovations and influence public policy to improve access, experience and outcomes with health and social services. Maria’s formal education includes a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, a Masters in Behavioural Neuroscience (MSc) from Queen’s University and a Masters Certificate in Adult Training and Development from Schulich School of Business.
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Chris has dedicated his full attention over the last few years to building his personal training and coaching business with a strong focus on breaking down barriers to fitness for the LGBT2SQ community. Previously, Chris was Director, Child Welfare Operations Excellence at the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies where he led change management initiatives focused on improving outcomes of the child welfare system. Chris is a Chartered Professional Accountant and has extensive volunteer contributions in Ontario. He served as a Board Member and Treasurer of the Board for Pride Toronto where he was the lead for organizational and financial risk management and reputational risk analysis for donations. Chris has extensive experience in governance and strategic planning in the not-for-profit sector and is an active community member dedicating his time and expertise to organizations that serve vulnerable populations. Chris leads by example, promoting the importance of health and fitness through his work and recreational activities.
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Caroline is currently the Director, Strategy & Innovation at RBC Ventures. RBC Ventures is a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada that builds, invests in, powers and acquires ventures. In this role, she provides direction and strategic oversight for the lean growth of RBC ventures, and regularly reviews existing and new ventures to ensure ongoing compliance with RBC risk and legal. Prior to this role, Caroline was the Head of Investigations for RBC’s Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Unit wherein she led a national management team to mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing risk. Caroline has considerable experience in governance, particularly in the non-profit sector and is currently on the following Boards: Start Proud, an organization that provides resources and opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally (LGBTQA) students, young professionals and pro-LGBTQA organizations across Canada, and MADD Toronto, a charity with the mission to stop impaired driving and to support victims through awareness campaigns, victim/survivor support services and strategic partnerships. Caroline’s passion and commitment to advocating for equity and inclusion has informed her many professional and volunteer activities to date.