Chief Executive Officer
Stacey has more than 16 years extensive leadership experience in the health and community sectors and a powerful vision for the Toronto Central CCAC.
Stacey is a system-level thinker who has implemented various quality improvement initiatives designed to challenge system behaviours, allow frail seniors more choice about their place of care and improve their health experience and outcomes. She believes that leadership is a responsibility that belongs to all of us all and that when organizations come together to transform the experience of clients and caregivers, extraordinary things are possible. This is evident through her strong leadership and the partnerships she has developed in leading integration strategies for complex populations.
Stacey has been a member of the executive team of the Toronto Central CCAC since 2007. Prior to this she held a series of progressive leadership positions in the health and community sectors. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario and is a graduate of the Advanced Health Leadership Program from the Rotman School of Business.
She is the Co-Chair of the Toronto Central LHIN Integrated Care for Complex Seniors Task Force, Executive Business Lead for the Resource Matching and Referral System for the Toronto Central LHIN and a member of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s ED/ALC Expert Panel.
Senior Director, Client Services
Dipti has over twelve years direct experience in home and community health care, beginning as a Care Coordinator with the Toronto CCAC and advancing through the ranks to her current position as Senior Director of Client Services. She is a creative and innovative leader who focuses on new methods of service delivery that better the client experience. Dipti recently implemented a new population based model of care that changed more than 50 years of home care history, aligning services and supports to client populations. She has built an excellent reputation as an effective consensus builder with her ability to forge partnerships and strategic alliances among health, community and government sectors.
Dipti holds a Master of Health Administration from the University of Toronto and remains a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Senior Director, Human Resources and Organizational Development
Dennis is a senior Human Resources executive with extensive experience in health care management having worked in both the hospital and community sectors. As the Director of Human Resources for the Toronto CCAC, he was responsible for constructing a new department providing quality HR and payroll services to all employees of the organization since the inception of the CCAC in 1997.
In addition to provincial certification as an HR professional, Dennis also holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Western Ontario and received his Masters in Health Science from the University of Toronto.
Senior Director, Performance Management & Accountability
Anne is a senior manager with over 15 years experience in the home and community care sector. Her expertise includes corporate strategy and organizational performance as well as privacy, policy development, risk management, project management, team leadership, and communications.
After starting her career in the rehab and complex continuing care hospital sector, Anne has held progressively more senior leadership positions in the home and community care sector. She is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Toronto in the Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation (HPME) Program where she is a guest lecturer on Strategic Planning and a tutor for Canada’s Health System and Health Policy course.
Anne holds a Masters of Health Science (Health Administration) from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science (Honours Biology) from the University of Western Ontario.
Senior Director, Corporate Services
Bill is a senior executive with extensive financial planning, strategic planning and change management experience. Most recently, as Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis at Alderwoods Group Inc., he redesigned the annual planning process and was instrumental in the development of an improved decision support system. He has a strong background in operations and change management in corporate start-up, downsizing and receivership environments.
Bill is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Accountant and has a Bachelor of Business and Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University. His portfolio at Toronto Central CCAC includes finance, decision support and facilities administration.