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CCHL awards first two Fellowships under redesigned program

On behalf of the Canadian College of Health Leaders and its Board of Directors, we would like to congratulate Marc Bilodeau, FCCHL and Sue L. LeBeau, FCCHL on attaining Fellowship status in the College.  The Fellowship is the highest professional […]

College Member Rebecca Patterson, CHE, Appointed to the Senate

On November 21, 2022, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the Governor General has appointed Rear-Admiral Rebecca Patterson, CHE, as an independent senator to fill vacancies for Ontario.   Rear-Admiral Patterson is a Defence Champion for Women, a Canadian Armed Forces […]

Sarah Ashton, CHE, shares the importance of learning, engaging, and networking

As the Marketing Director of Alternate Sites for BD-Canada, Sarah Ashton is responsible for supporting the business through Home Care and Long-Term Care. By partnering with healthcare organizations on dynamic projects, Sarah is able to deliver optimal financial and clinical […]

Michele Bellows, CHE, expresses her optimism for the future of healthcare

Growing up, family was a powerful influence on Michele Bellows’s career selection as a healthcare professional. As her father and sister both pursued occupations in nursing, she was naturally captivated by the field. When an ambitious Michele initially entered the […]

Liette Bernier Talks About Her Involvement Within the Quebec Chapter

“The College is a reference for health leaders.” This is the message that Liette Bernier, Director of Corporate Services and Urban Partnerships at CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, wishes to convey to future health leaders. With a nursing training, a master’s degree […]

Talya Wolff, CHE, explains the importance of pursuing opportunities

As an aspiring health enthusiast, Talya Wolff began volunteering at a local hospital during her teenage years which led to her pursuing a career in the healthcare sector. Despite suggestions early in her career to pivot to different sectors by […]

Dr. Dawn Waterhouse, CHE, shares the importance of relationships in healthcare

Dr. Dawn Waterhouse developed an interest in health care at a very young age, partly because of family members in the area and partly because advances in surgical procedures saved her father’s life not once, but twice. “Experiencing this impact […]

Brenda Rebman, CHE, appointed Chair of CCHL Board of Directors

The Canadian College of Health Leaders is pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda Rebman, CHE, as the new Chair of the Board of Directors for a two-year term (2022 – 2024). Brenda assumed the role at the conclusion of the […]

Sean Secord, CHE, shares his formidable healthcare journey in Canada’s North

As a teenager, Sean Secord was involved in a severe car accident which led to a long road to recovery. After encountering countless walls of adversity, this event transformed into self-perpetuation. By recognizing the positive influences of healthcare on the […]

After a stormy night and a cattle round-up gone wrong, Kathryn York became fascinated with healthcare

Becoming an entrepreneur with a career in international healthcare consulting may not have been the obvious choice for a farm kid who grew up chasing cattle across the prairies, but a stormy night and a cattle round-up gone wrong set […]