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  • CAMPAIGNS GIVING DONOR IMPACT EVENTS NEWS & MEDIA PARTNERSHIPS ABOUT US DONATE NOW © Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.
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  • Warren is Board Champion of the Asthma, Emphysema and Lung Failure Program.
  • Mr.
  • The Chair is a member of all committees of the Board of Directors.
  • From his wealth of experience with the organization, Mr. Warren is providing exemplary leadership through his dedication of considerable time and energy in serving as Chair.
  • He is the former Chair of the Nominating & Governance Committee and has been a long-serving member of the Finance Committee.
  • He previously served as Vice-Chair and Secretary.
  • Warren was appointed Chair of the Board of the Foundation in September 2009.
  • Mr.
  • He is a former Managing Partner of the Firm's Toronto Office and was the Firm's National Business Department Leader and a member and Chair of the Firm's National Council.
  • Serving on the Board since 1991, Mr. John Warren is a Vice-Chair of the Firm and Counsel at the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP.
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  • He is a member of Partners for Discovery in benefit of Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.
  • He is the Board Champion for Emergency and Critical Care and of the Business Leaders Campaign supporting the research institutes of Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital.
  • Richard lives in Toronto with his family and has been a strong supporter of local and of international health services organizations.
  • Apollo Health and Beauty Care has been a sponsor of the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation’s Toronto Fashion Show and is a long time sponsor of, among other worthy causes, the Reena Foundation benefiting the developmentally disabled, on which Board Richard currently sits.
  • Apollo Health and Beauty Care has been awarded the distinction of being one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies from 2003 to 2009 and maintained its 50 Best Platinum status in 2010.
  • Serving on the Board since 2008, Mr. Richard Wachsberg is co-founder and Chairman of Apollo Health and Beauty Care, the largest Private Label and Control Label Personal Care Manufacturer in Canada with distribution throughout North and South America, Mexico, Europe, and Asia.
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  • Smith received his LL.B in 1966 from the University of Toronto and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1968.
  • Mr.
  • He is a Board champion of the Vision Program at the Toronto Western Hospital and a Board champion of the campaign for the Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Krembil Discovery Centre.
  • Currently, Mr. Smith is Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee.
  • He has been involved with the Foundation as a Director since 1993, including serving as Chair of the Finance Committee, Chair of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Friends of UHN Foundation.
  • From 2004 to 2009, he served as Chair of the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation Board of Directors and was appointed Chair Emeritus in 2009.
  • Serving on the Board since 1993, Mr. David W. Smith is a senior tax partner of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP.
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  • The Rubensteins and Export Packers are supporters of numerous charities, including the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, the Krembil Discovery Centre, SPARK (Special Programme in Applied Research and Therapy) and the Grand Cru Culinary Wine Festival.
  • Jeff is married to Honey Rubenstein and has two children, Richard and Kelly.
  • His contribution in sales and marketing has helped make Export Packers one of the most highly respected commodity trading houses in North America.
  • Rubenstein joined the business in 1968 and established a reputation throughout the food industry as an expert on market trends in food commodities.
  • Mr.
  • Export Packers is a Financial Post 500 company and has become one of the largest privately owned food companies in Canada.
  • Export Packers is a diversified international food company that began as a domestic food wholesaler and has since evolved to include Worldwide Commodity Trading and Domestic Seafood divisions.
  • Serving on the Board since 2010, Mr. Jeff Rubenstein is CEO of Export Packers Company Limited which was founded in 1937 by his father, Max Rubenstein.
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  • In 2000, the Rogers established the Loretta A. Rogers Chair in Eating Disorders held at Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.
  • Mrs. Rogers and her late husband Ted Rogers served as Honorary Co-Chairs of the UHN Fundraising Campaign.
  • Currently, Mrs. Rogers is the Board Champion of Toronto Western Hospital’s Intensive Care and Critical Care Unit.
  • She sits on several corporate boards and undertakes many philanthropic activities, previously serving on the board of Sheena’s Place, a centre that offers services focused on hope and support to people with eating disorders and their families.
  • and Rogers Media Inc.
  • Rogers Cantel Mobile Communications Inc.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Mrs. Loretta Anne Rogers is a Director of Rogers Communications Inc.
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  • She serves on a number of boards, among them, the University of Toronto’s Governing Council, Telehealth Ontario, and Women in the Lead Inc.
  • After teaching full time for four years, she held a number of administrative positions, culminating in 1984 with director of the University of Toronto’s Department of Public and Community Relations.
  • A graduate of the University of Toronto, she began her career as a chemistry instructor at U of T’s Scarborough Campus.
  • The Foundation, which has made grants of more than $50 million in support of projects in health, education, social development, environment, and arts and culture, has a particular interest in conservation of forests in Canada.
  • From 1990 to 2002, Mrs. Ricker was executive director of The Richard Ivey Foundation, a private charitable foundation created in 1947 in London, Ontario and in 1998 relocated to Toronto.
  • Also, she plays a key role in BMO Financial Group’s alliance with community foundations, “Supporting Your Community”.
  • She assists clients with the establishment and administration of their private foundations, particularly the creation of innovative granting programs.
  • Serving on the Board since 2007, Mrs. Marvi Ricker is Managing Director, Philanthropic Services for BMO Harris Private Banking.
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  • In 1998, Dr. Paige returned to the Ontario Cancer Institute to assume the role of Vice-President, Research and subsequently, he assumed his current position at UHN.
  • In 1990, Dr. Paige became the founding Director of the Arthritis and Autoimmunity Research Centre as well as Director of Research at The Wellesley Hospital.
  • He became a Member of the Basel Institute for Immunology in Switzerland where he worked from 1980-1987 before joining the Ontario Cancer Institute as a Senior Scientist in 1987.
  • He earned a PhD in Immunology at the Sloan-Kettering Division of Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in 1979.
  • Serving on the Board since 1998, Dr. Christopher Paige is Vice President, Research of UHN.
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  • As well, Mr. Muzzo serves as Vice Chair of the G.U./Prostate cancer team at the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation.
  • The Muzzo family’s philanthropic contributions include the establishment of the Muzzo Family Minimally Invasive Surgical Oncology Program Fund at Princess Margaret Hospital and the Muzzo Family and Patient Library at Sunnybrook & Women’s College Hospital.
  • Muzzo is Chair of the Muzzo Family Charitable Foundation which was primarily established to assist, promote and develop medical and scientific research in cooperation with hospitals, universities and charities.
  • Mr.
  • He also sits on the Board of Directors of Consolidated HCI Holdings Corporation, a publically traded real estate company based in Ontario.
  • Serving on the Board since 2008, Mr. Marc Muzzo is a real estate developer and a principal in Marel Contractors, Canada’s largest drywall contractor and the Pemberton Group, one of Canada’s leading condominium developers.
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  • Mitchell serves as a member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce's Working Group on Electronic Commerce & Telecommunications, as well as the Competition Law and Policy Task Force.
  • He is also Chairman of the Special Olympics Canada Festival.
  • Mitchell is a Member of the Board of Directors of Special Olympics Canada.
  • Currently, he is a member of the Finance Committee and Board Champion of the Diabetes Program.
  • As a long-time Director of the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation, Mitchell has served as a member of several Board committees and sub-committees.
  • In 2007, he assumed the CPO role for all LoyaltyOne businesses.
  • In 2004, he was appointed Chief Privacy Officer for the AIR MILES Reward Program.
  • He later assumed responsibility for all business-to-consumer and business-to-business public relations for LoyaltyOne's North American interests.
  • In October 2000, Mitchell joined the company as Senior Director, Corporate Affairs, AIR MILES Reward Program, responsible for media, stakeholder and trade relations, as well as crisis management practices for Canada's premiere coalition loyalty program.
  • He is also a standing member of the Executive Critical Event Response Team for LoyaltyOne's parent company, Alliance Data
  • As Chief Privacy Officer, Mitchell also oversees the company's database governance and international consumer privacy and data protection policies.
  • He is responsible for the corporate reputation, global privacy practices, regulatory and legislative affairs of LoyaltyOne.
  • Serving on the Board since 1994, Mr. Mitchell Merowitz is Vice President, Corporate Affairs for LoyaltyOne.
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  • She is also a certified sport instructor.
  • Her interests include medical sciences, art and wine appreciation.
  • A lifelong learner, she takes courses to broaden her knowledge and test her abilities.
  • Previously, Mrs. McEwen worked in the fashion/retail industry, and co-founded Andrew's for Women in Hazelton Lanes.
  • She is also the Board Champion of the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine Campaign.
  • Mrs. McEwen has also been involved with developing the strategic direction for the McEwen Centre, and is a member of its Advisory Board.
  • She has been extremely active with such initiatives as branding, marketing, advertising, media, securing major gifts, organizing special events, providing tours, and developing communications materials.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Mrs. Cheryl McEwen, along with her husband Rob, established the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
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  • She was also recognized as one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 in 1997.
  • Magee has been recognized and received numerous awards including Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards, an Honorary Doctorate of Commerce from Ryerson University, the CIRAS Henry Singer Award for Exceptional Leadership in Retailing and Services from the University of Alberta School of Business and the Laurier Outstanding Business Leader Award from Wilfrid Laurier University.
  • Mrs.
  • In addition to her charitable work, she is an active member of the Women’s President Organization, the Advisory Council for the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, former Chair of the Rouge Valley Health System Foundation, Cabinet Member for the United Way of Greater Toronto in 2001 and 2002 and the Account Executive Retail Division of the 2006 United Way Campaign.
  • She is a champion of the many charitable initiatives supported by Sleep Country Canada, including the Donated Bed Program; Give a Kid a Coat, Backpack for Kids, Food Drives in support of the Salvation Army, and Adopt a Sheep in support of the Children’s Miracle Network.
  • Serving on the Board since 2010, Mrs. Christine Magee is the president and co-founder of Sleep Country Canada.
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  • Marc has been serving as a member of the Foundation’s Investment Committee since October 2008.
  • He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering) from the University of Toronto, an MBA from the Rotman School of Management and holds a chartered accountant designation.
  • Marc serves as a director of Torquest portfolio companies including: Firstonsite and Global Traffic Technologies.
  • Prior to joining Torquest, Marc was a private equity investor in, and an operator of, businesses in a wide range of industries.
  • He is responsible for investing in established businesses and taking a leadership role in developing these businesses, helping to create and implement value-creation and growth strategies.
  • Serving on the Board since 2009, Mr. Marc Lipton is a partner at Torquest Partners, a Canadian manager of private equity funds.
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  • He is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors and ICD Governance College.
  • Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Right to Play and Stratford Festival of Canada.
  • He serves on the Boards of: CTVglobemedia Inc.
  • then one of North America’s largest integrated energy and pipeline companies.
  • He also served as President and CEO of Union Energy Inc.
  • one of Canada’s first public merchant banks and directed its growth to over $6 billion.
  • From 1979-1988, Mr. Leech was President and CEO of Unicorp Canada Corp.
  • He has led large public companies operating and investing in the financial services, real estate and energy industries, as well as start-up technology businesses.
  • Serving on the Board since 1996, Mr. Jim Leech is President and Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.
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  • a small biotech startup company.
  • Mr. Krembil is a graduate of the University of Toronto and currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, and is on the board of directors for Earth Rangers, NeuroScience Canada and NoNo Inc.
  • Prior to 1996 Mr. Krembil held a senior position in System Engineering at EDS Canada.
  • From 1996 to 2001, Mr. Krembil was co-owner of Lewiscraft, a National Canadian retail company.
  • Serving on the Board since 2008, Mr. Robert Mark Krembil is the President of the Krembil Foundation, a family foundation that supports medical research and child education.
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  • He is also Board Champion of the McLaughlin-Rotman Centre for Global Health.
  • Kothari currently serves as Chair of the Board of Governors of the Stratford Festival Foundation, and is on the International Advisory Council of the Dean of Schulich Business School.
  • Mr.
  • an organization for mentally challenged people, Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
  • He also served in a voluntary capacity as a Director and Treasurer of Bayview Community Services Inc.
  • He was Co-chair of the National Campaign Team of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, India and helped raise over $400,000.
  • His business experience spans India, U.K. and Canada.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Mr. Raj Kothari is Partner and National Asset Management Practice Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Toronto.
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  • He has received numerous awards including: the George Armstrong Peters Young Investigator Award, Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award, the Colin Woolf Award for Excellence in Continuing Medical Education and the highest award for research achievement in the Department of Surgery – the Lister prize in Surgery.
  • Dr Keshavjee serves on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation and on the Governing Council of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery.
  • He has attracted worldwide attention for his pioneering research to recondition and repair injured human donor lungs using a combination of gene therapy and the Toronto XVIVO Lung Perfusion System, making them suitable for transplantation into patients.
  • Keshavjee’s specific research interest is in lung injury related to transplantation.
  • Dr.
  • He is the current holder of the Pearson-Ginsberg Chair in Thoracic Surgery and a Senior Scientist in the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
  • He has taken on leadership roles in all facets of this specialized area of care: as a skilled surgeon and Director of the Toronto Lung Transplant Program; as a researcher and Director of the Latner Thoracic Surgery Research Laboratories.
  • He has been an integral part of UHN’s Thoracic Surgery Division for almost two decades.
  • Serving on the Board since 2010, Dr. Shaf Keshavjee was appointed Surgeon-in-Chief of University Health Network in July 2010 and is a Professor of Thoracic Surgery.
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  • He is currently a member of the Foundation’s Investment Committee and is Board Champion of Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Vision Program.
  • Johnson is Chair of the Vision Science Campaign.
  • Mr.
  • He also serves on the Boards of a number of not-for-profit and for-profit organizations and played a key role in convincing the federal government to eliminate the capital gains tax on gifts of listed securities.
  • Mr. Johnson continues to serve as a senior advisor to the firm following his 2004 retirement.
  • Serving on the Board since 1999, Mr. Donald K. Johnson O.C., LL.D is a member of the Advisory Board, BMO Capital Markets and a former Vice-Chairman, BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.
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  • Hanson is the recipient of the 2008 Outstanding Fundraising Professional award from the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
  • Mrs.
  • Mrs. Hanson completed a $550 million fundraising campaign for UHN — one of the largest fundraising initiatives undertaken by any Canadian health care institution.
  • The Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation team has a broad mandate to raise funds in support of research, education, equipment and the enhancement of patient care at University Health Network, specifically for Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital.
  • Serving on the Board since 2000, Mrs. Tennys Hanson is President & Chief Executive Officer, Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation and Vice President & Chief Development Officer, University Health Network.
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  • Mr. Halpern is the chair of the Grand Cru Culinary Wine Festival, which benefits research at University Health Network.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Mr. Todd A. Halpern is President of Halpern Enterprises and is Board Champion of the Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Krembil Discovery Tower and Krembil Neuro Program.
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  • He is also Board Champion for the Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Krembil Discovery Tower and Krembil Neuro Program.
  • Dr. Halbert is a member of the Naming Opportunities Committee for the University Health Network Campaign.
  • Most recently, he was instrumental in TG&WHF’s campaign of securing significant gifts for Neuroscience.
  • Serving on the Board since 2001, Dr. Gerald Halbert has been a strong supporter of Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital, and he has volunteered significant time to a number of fundraising initiatives including the Spark of Life and Neurosurgery Chair Campaigns.
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  • He is on the advisory board of the Toronto Rehab Centre Foundation, and is on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Colorectal Cancer Association.
  • He is Board Champion for the Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis Program.
  • He holds positions on the Honorary Boards of Directors for Sheena’s Place as well as for the Coady Institute at St. Francis Xavier University.
  • Dr. Gosevitz is on the Board of Directors for the Council for Canadian Unity.
  • Recently he has agreed to take on Medical Directorship of the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club.
  • He is Medical Advisor to Sun Media, National Post, Burnac Corporation, TI Benefits, Hull Insurance and KPMG.
  • He holds the Medical Directorship for CTVglobemedia and Barrick Gold Corp.
  • Serving on the Board since 2003, Dr. J. Bernard Gosevitz is Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Rogers Communications.
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  • Mr. Goldstein is also a former Chair of the Baycrest Centre Foundation.
  • Among his volunteer activities, Mr. Goldstein has served as Chairman of the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto and has been Chairman of the UJA Federation Campaign.
  • Mr. Goldstein is a member of the Tomorrow Campaign, a group of leaders committed to the rejuvenation of Toronto’s Jewish downtown core, the midtown campus, and the new Vaughan campus.
  • He is Chair of the Fundraising Priorities and Development Committee and also Board Champion of the Temmy Latner Centre for Thoracic Surgery and the Asthma, Emphysema and Lung Failure Program.
  • Serving on the Board since 2004, Mr. David Goldstein is with Chalet Capital Corporation.
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  • He is Board Champion of Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Krembil Discovery Tower and the Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis Program.
  • He is a supporter of the Neural and Sensory  Science Fund for Excellence.
  • Goldhar served as a Vice Chair of the UHN Campaign.
  • Mr .
  • A retired businessman and venture capital investor, he has been involved with a number of philanthropic organizations including the Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care and the United Jewish Appeal Federation.
  • Serving on the Board since 1998, Mr. Leo Goldhar is President of Whitehorn Investments Limited.
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  • She is currently Board Champion of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre Campaign.
  • Ms. Freeman’s not-for-profit board experience includes: The Canadian Children’s Foundation; Kids Help Phone; ProAction (formed to develop healthy relationships between youth at risk and Metro Police Officers); and the Centre for Studies of Children at Risk at McMaster University.
  • She has supported the development of a number of charities, including the formation of Kids Help Phone in 1986.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Ms. Susan Freeman has operated several successful businesses ranging from fashion retailing to sales promotion consulting in both Vancouver and Toronto.
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  • He is Board Champion of Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Krembil Discovery Tower, Neuro division and Patient Centred Care and Nursing.
  • Fell is a long-time supporter of the hospitals.
  • Mr.
  • His volunteer participation also includes the Spark of Life Campaign and the Cardiac Centre Campaign.
  • He has served as a member of the UHN Campaign Executive Committee, Chair of the Audit Committee and as Co-Chair of the Neuroscience Campaign.
  • Serving on the Board since 1986, Mr. Fraser Fell is Counsel with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP.
  • A graduate of the University of Toronto, Mrs. Feldman has also completed the Governance program at the Rotman School of Management.
  • She also served as a committee member for the Bishop Strachan School Endowment Campaign, the Upper Canada College Parent Association and was involved with fundraising for Sick Kids Hospital.
  • Feldman's previous volunteer activities included serving on the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and as a member of "Group of 51" Trusteeship Council at the Koffler Centre.
  • Mrs.
  • She recently joined the Peter Munk Cardiac Care Innovation Committee and will be supporting the Arthritis Program at Toronto Western Hospital as a Board Champion.
  • Feldman has been on the advisory board of the Grand Cru Culinary Wine Festival since 2004.
  • Mrs.
  • an investment company and is also Vice President of the Angela and David Feldman Family Foundation.
  • She is President of AFD Holdings Inc.
  • Standing for election for the first time, Mrs. Angela Feldman is Executive Vice-President of Camrost-Felcorp, a respected GTA real estate firm that has developed and built over 8,000 residential units and over 1 million square feet of office/retail space.
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  • He is also a member of the Advisory Council of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
  • Currently, Mr. Fecan sits on the board of the Art Gallery of Ontario.
  • He is active in the community in terms of volunteering and philanthropy.
  • Born and raised in Toronto, Mr. Fecan has a BA (Fine Arts) from York University and Honorary Doctor of Laws from Ryerson University and York University (with his wife, Sandra Faire).
  • Fecan is Board Champion for the Transplant program at Toronto General Hospital.
  • Mr.
  • Prior to this, Mr. Fecan served in a number of broadcast roles in Canada and the United States.
  • Serving on the Board since 2010, Mr. Ivan Fecan is the retired President and CEO of CTVglobemedia, Canada's #1 media company and CEO of Canada's #1 television group, CTV.
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  • Mr. Farrell is a graduate of the University of Toronto.
  • In addition to his investment banking and merchant banking experience Mr. Farrell spent several years as a corporate lender at CIBC.
  • Prior to becoming Vice Chairman in 2011, Mr. Farrell was Managing Director and Head, Real Estate Investment Banking from July 2009 to October 2011 and prior to that Head of Merchant Banking at CIBC.
  • In his capacity as Vice Chairman, Investment Banking, Mr. Farrell has senior coverage responsibility for a number of CIBC's important corporate relationships.
  • Serving on the Board since 2007, Mr. Paul Farrell is Managing Director and Vice Chair, Investment Banking, CIBC.
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  • He was a previous member of the Board of Trustees, University Health Network.
  • Enns is on the Board of Advisors, Altum Health, a UHN entity and on the Board of Directors, Semcan Inc.
  • Mr.
  • He is Board Champion of the Krembil Neuroscience Centre's Neuro division.
  • He is a member of the Nominating & Governance Committee.
  • Enns is the Chair of the Foundation's Compensation Committee and has served as Chair since 2004.
  • Mr.
  • Previously, Mr. Enns led three organizations in the consumer products and services sectors.
  • a leading partner-owned executive search-consulting firm acquired by Knightsbridge in late 2006.
  • He was the Founder and chairman of Enns Partners Inc.
  • Mr. Enns retired from Knightsbridge Human Capital Solutions in 2009.
  • Serving on the Board since 2003, Mr. George Enns is an Organizational Advisor specializing in Human Resources.
  • Mr. Eaton enjoys hunting and fishing and is a wildlife art collector.
  • Married to Terrie for over 35 years, they have three sons, James, Michael, and David.
  • He was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 1994.
  • Mr. Eaton was a Canadian race driver from 1968 to 1972.
  • He has been involved in a wide range of philanthropic endeavours for the past 30 years at both the board and executive levels.
  • He has held directorships with Baton Broadcasting, First Canada Securities International, The Eaton Foundation, Desjardins Laurentian, Metaris Inc and JC Clark.
  • Eaton is a trustee of the John David & Signy Eaton Charitable Foundation.
  • Mr.
  • He served as Vice President and Deputy Chairman of Eaton's of Canada from 1975 to 1991.
  • Eaton was the former President of Eaton's serving in this role from 1991 until 1997.
  • Mr.
  • He is Vice Chairman, Weatons Holdings Limited, a private holding company.
  • Standing for election for the first time, Mr. George R. Eaton has had a varied and extensive business career in Canada.
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  • His major research interests are in immunosuppressive drugs and clinical trials in renal transplantation with over 130 publications.
  • He is founder and Chair of The Canadian Transplantation Society Kidney Working Group and Chair of the Steering Committee for National Kidney Registries.
  • He is currently Professor of Medicine and, from 1996-2006, he was the Director of the Division of Nephrology, University of Toronto.
  • In 2001 Dr. Cole was appointed as Director, Division of Nephrology, University Health Network & Mount Sinai Hospital and in 2007 became the Amgen Professor of Nephrology.
  • He has been a member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto since 1981, having worked at the Wellesley Hospital until 1984, St. Michael’s Hospital until 1992, and is presently a staff nephrologist at the Toronto General Hospital.
  • Following four years of post-graduate training in internal medicine and nephrology at the University of Toronto, he received a Medical Research Council of Canada Fellowship for work in the laboratory of Dr. Curtis Wilson at the Research Institute of the Scripps Clinic that focused on glomerular immunopathology.
  • He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from the University of Toronto in 1972 and 1973, respectively, and his M.D. from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1975.
  • Serving on the board since 2010, Dr. Edward Cole was appointed Physician-in-Chief, University Health Network and received the Dr. Charles H. Hollenberg Chair in Medicine at UHN in May 2010.
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  • Chang is the recipient of the 2010 Outstanding Philanthropist award from the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
  • Mr.
  • The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is named in honour of his generous support.
  • On September 26, 2006, Mr. Chang was named Chancellor of Ryerson University.
  • He is a passionate advocate for education and has been a member of Ryerson University’s Board of Governors since 2001.
  • He also established the Gladstone and Maisie Chang Chair in Teaching of Internal Medicine.
  • Chang is the Board Champion of Education and Patient Centred Care.
  • Mr.
  • He is also President of G. Raymond Chang Ltd. A chartered accountant, he holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and a bachelor of applied science degree from the University of Toronto.
  • a diversified wealth management firm and one of Canada’s largest investment fund companies.
  • Serving on the Board since 2001, Mr. G. Raymond Chang is a Director of CI Investments Inc.
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  • Chan has served on numerous regional, national and international consensus guidelines groups for treatment guidelines for respiratory conditions, and has served on several national and international medical advisory boards.
  • Dr.
  • His University leadership roles include Interim Head of Respirology at Sunnybrook Hospital and Women’s College Hospital.
  • Over the past decade, Dr. Chan has held leadership roles that include the Medical Director of the Thoracic Business Unit and Endoscopy services at the UHN, Head of Respiriology at the UHN and MSH and Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee at the UHN.
  • His main clinical and research interest is in infectious complications in the lungs and interstitial lung diseases.
  • His academic research is in applied clinical epidemiology.
  • He completed his Internal Medicine & Pulmonary Medicine training at the University of Toronto & Yale University in the USA.
  • Chan received his M.D. from the University of Toronto in 1981.
  • Dr.
  • Serving on the board since 2010, Dr. Charles Chan is Vice-President, Medical Affairs, University Health Network and Vice-Chair of Medicine, University of Toronto.
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  • Through her family foundation, Vonna has been a long-time supporter of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, having supported a number of areas, including the creation of the Bitove Foundation Professorship in Adult Congenital Heart Disease.
  • A nurse by profession and a graduate of the Toronto General Hospital School of Nursing, Vonna has volunteered in a leadership capacity for a number of major fundraising events in support of the hospital, including The Wine Classic and the Dr. Michael Baker Tribute Dinner.
  • She served as a board member from 1999 to 2004 and returned as a member in 2006.
  • Ms Vonna Bitove is Executive Director of the Bitove Foundation and has been associated with Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation for several years.
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  • Dr. Bell is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the American College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
  • He participated in the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in 2005.
  • He completed a Fellowship in Orthopaedic Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University in 1985.
  • Dr. Bell earned a Doctor of Medicine from McGill University in 1975 and a Masters of Science from the University of Toronto in 1981.
  • From 2003 to 2005, he served as Regional Vice President and Chair of the Clinical Council of Cancer Care Ontario.
  • From 2000 to 2005, he served as Chief Operating Officer of UHN’s Princess Margaret Hospital where he was responsible for leading Canada’s largest comprehensive cancer centre.
  • He brings more than 20 years of experience in academic health care to leadership of Canada’s largest research hospital.
  • Serving on the Board since 2005, Dr. Robert Bell is President and CEO of UHN and an internationally recognized Orthopaedic surgeon, healthcare executive, clinician-scientist and educator.
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  • She was a member of the Regenerate Your Senses dinner committee for six years and served as co-chair for two years.
  • Michele is Board Champion for the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
  • On returning to Canada, Michele has worked as a volunteer for the Brazilian Ball, St. Clements's Early Learning School and Branksome Hall.
  • Since then she has been involved in a number of fundraising initiatives including the Moffat Cancer Hospital in Florida and the Susan B. Koman Foundation.
  • Michele began volunteering in the early 1990's serving on the board for Habitat for Humanity in Canada.
  • Serving on the Board since 2008, Mrs. Michele Bebis holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Syracuse University in New York.
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