Awards

Christina Denysek, CHE named recipient of the 2022 Mentorship Award

March 30, 2022

The Canadian College of Health Leaders is proud to announce that Christina Denysek, CHE, Executive Director of Continuing Care, Integrated Rural Health at the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), has been named recipient of the 2022 Mentorship Award.

Christina Denysek’s commitment to mentorship has been long-standing, has been both formal and informal, and has involved those that report to her as well as other emerging leaders. Christina entered a leadership role a young age herself and has stated that fostering young leaders through mentorship has been a passion of hers throughout her career.

One of Christina’s mentees notes, “Christina has been an integral part in my leadership journey, and I know I wouldn’t be the leader I am now if I didn’t have her support and coaching.” Another states, “Over the last 3 years, Christina has mentored me as well as many others. She is the person I count on to help guide and teach me new and efficient approaches to leadership within my own team. I would not be the leader I am today without her engagement, mentorship, leadership and support.”

The Mentorship Award is presented to a leader in the healthcare system who demonstrates exemplary, sustained commitment to mentoring, and inspiring healthcare leadership.

This award is sponsored by Roche. Roche is committed to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the healthcare system in the diagnosis, treatment and management of acute and long-term disease in key therapeutic and diagnostic areas.

This award is part of our CCHL National Awards Program. and will be presented at the virtual Honouring Health Leadership event on June 16, 2022.

For further information and/or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Christian Coulombe
Vice-President, Marketing & Membership
Canadian College of Health Leaders
613-235-7219, ext. 213
ccoulombe@cchl-ccls.ca

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