St. Joseph's Hamilton Joint Boards of Governors Membership
Mr. Peter Tice is the current Chair of the JBG and past Vice-Chair of the Board. Mr. Tice is a lawyer in Hamilton and he has been a Board member (and in some instances the Chair) of many other community organizations, including The St. Joseph’s Villa Foundation, The Hamilton East Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club, The United Way of Hamilton & Burlington, the Research Ethics Board for St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and the Kiwanis Club of Hamilton East. He is also a member of the Senate of McMaster University and a Director of the University’s Alumni Association.
Mr. Sonny Monzavi is the Chief Financial Officer of Pointe Claire Steel Inc. and the current Vice-Chair of the JBG. Mr. Monzavi has served on a number of local Boards including Past Chair, Junior Achievement of Hamilton Wentworth, Past Board member, Hamilton Entertainment and Convention Facilities Inc. (HECFI), Past Board Member and Treasurer, Wesley Community Homes, Past Chair, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Past Board Member, Rotary Club of Hamilton Mountain. Mr. Monzavi is a Chartered Accountant.
Mr. Adriaan Korstanje is the current Treasurer of the JBG and is General Manager, Human Resources at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC). Adriaan Korstanje joined TMMC in 1990, after gaining Corporate Communications and Government Relations experience with a range of companies and institutions including Stelco, Canada Trust, Canada Post and DuPont. He is also a member of the Mechanical Engineering Systems Program Advisory Committee at Conestoga College.
Mr. Carl Santoni is the past Chair of the JBG. Mr. Santoni is a successful entrepreneur in the Canadian software industry. In 2004 he was awarded the Diocese of Hamilton Medal of Honour for his work in his local parish. He has been a member of the St. Joseph’s Board since 1999, holding positions of Treasurer and Vice Chair of the JBG as well as Chair of various committees of the JBG.
Ms. Lynn McNeil is an active member of the JBG. She has over 25 years of experience in the high tech sector where she has held executive and technical positions in Operations, Information Systems and Engineering. Lynn is currently a Senior Operations consultant and a member of the grant review team of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Ms. Moira Taylor is an active member of the JBG and past Chair of the Quality Committee of the JBG. Moira is Past President of St. Mary's General Hospital in Kitchener. She holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree from McMaster University, Hamilton and is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Services Executives. She is also a member of the Kitchener-Westmount Rotary Club and a past-President of the club.
Mr. Ray Rocci is the Vice President of Cardi Construction Limited and Chair of the Quality Committee of the JBG. Mr. Rocci also holds the position of Chair of the St. Joseph’s Villa foundation Board. Previously, Mr. Rocci served as the Treasurer of the JBG for two years, as well as a member of the Finance Committee of the St. Joseph’s Villa Board of Trustees for nine years.
Mr. Tony Thoma is the Dean of Engineering Technology at Mohawk College and is Vice Chair of the Governance Committee of the Board, as well as a Trustee of the JBG. Prior to this, Mr. Thoma was a Member of the Quality and Mission Committee of the JBG and the Building and Planning Committee of the JBG. Over the last 25 years Mr. Thoma has held a number of Technical and Leadership positions in the manufacturing sector with focus on Production Lean Systems, Energy Management and plant construction and commissioning.
Dr. Mary Guise is the Coordinator of Studies and an Associate Professor at McMaster University School of Nursing. Previously she was an Associate Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology. She is a current Trustee of the JBG. Dr. Guise is a past Board member at St. Joseph’s Home Care and has a great deal of International outreach experience in Lebanon. Dr. Guise also plays a key leadership role in nursing education in Ontario.
Dr. Carolyn Byrne is the Associate Dean and Director of the School of Nursing, McMaster University. Dr. Byrne has also held roles as founding Dean of Health Sciences at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology [UOIT], Dean and CEO of the University of Calgary’s Nursing branch camps in Doha, Qatar. Dr. Byrne’s clinical background is in community mental health both with adults and children. She received her Master’s degree in health sciences from McMaster University and her PhD from the department of Family Studies and Applied Nutrition the University of Guelph. Dr. Byrne has been an active researcher in community-based research through the System Linked Research Unit at McMaster, the Community-Linked Evaluation HIV/ AIDS Resource unit at McMaster, and the Health Education Technology Research unit at UOIT.
Mr. David Tonin is a partner at Deloitte LLP and a new member of the JBG. Mr. Tonin has served in many capacities in a number of local not-for-profit organizations over the last 25 years, including United Way of Hamilton-Burlington, Junior Achievement of Hamilton Wentworth, Rotary Club of Hamilton Mountain, Hamilton Basketball Association and the CANUSA Games.
Mr. Rod Dobson is an active member of JBG with experience as a Senior Corporate Executive in Information Technology, Human Capital Management and Business Process Outsourcing in Canada, the US and globally. Between 2012 and 2015 he served as Chair of a leading Ontario hospital shared services corporation, helping to guide that organization through a corporate restructuring and the significant expansion of services. Rod has a BA from Carleton University, an MA from York University, and has qualified as a Chartered Director at McMaster University. He was raised on a family farm near Athabasca, Alberta.
Catherine Olsiak obtained her B.Sc. in Nursing from the University of Western Ontario. She nursed in three major Toronto hospitals in the cardiology department, trauma intensive care unit, and cardiovascular intensive care unit. Catherine obtained a Masters of Science in Community Health and Epidemiology from Queen’s University. She obtained her LL.B. from the University of Windsor and was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1998. Catherine is a partner at the law firm of Simpson Wigle Law LLP practising in the areas of Wills and Estates, Trusts, Incapacity Planning and Health Law. Catherine has maintained her nursing registration (non-practising) with the College of Nurses of Ontario and currently is a legal advisor on the committee for the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario – Legal Assistance Plan. Catherine has sat on various boards in the Hamilton community and is currently a member the St. Joseph’s Hamilton Joint Boards of Governors. Catherine is a member of the Hamilton Law Association, Wills and Estates and Health Law subsections of the Canadian Bar Association and Estate Planners’ Council of Hamilton. Catherine is also a member of the Family Firm Institute, U.S.A, and the International Association of Attorneys for Family Held Enterprises.
Ms. Barbara Beaudoin was an Automobile Dealer in the Southwest Ontario and Niagara Region for 31 years and is a new member of the JBG. Ms. Beaudoin has served in various capacities on numerous Boards and Foundations in the Hamilton area for over 20 years, and is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors, and a recent graduate of the ICD.D program at Rotman School of Management.
Dr. David A. Higgins is the President of St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton and current member of the JBG. Dr. Higgins is also Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine, McMaster University and is a Respirologist at the Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health. Prior to his appointment as President, Dr. Higgins held the positions of Chief, Department of Medicine and Chief of Staff at St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton.
Ms. Winnie Doyle is the Vice President, Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Executive at St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton and a current Member of the JBG. Ms. Doyle has worked in clinical practice, research and more recently as a senior administrator in acute clinical programs. Prior to that, she was vice president in the Mental Health and Addictions Program. Ms. Doyle is currently a lecturer at McMaster University, Hamilton and received her Master of Nursing Administration from the University of Toronto in 2000.
Dr. Kevin P. D. Smith is President and CEO of St. Joseph's Health System and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, and McMaster University. Educated in Canada, the United States and Great Britain, Dr. Smith began his career in medical education, followed by leadership roles in university administration and senior management positions in academic hospitals and health systems. A frequent advisor to the Ontario Government and the Government of Canada, Kevin has served in numerous roles and led a number of initiatives. Dr. Smith also Chairs the Canada Foundation for Innovation, founded by the Government of Canada to fund research infrastructure. In 2012 he joined the Board of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan rated among the world’s top performers.
Dr. Anil Kapoor is Professor of Surgery (Urology) at McMaster University, and staff urologist at St. Joseph's Hospital Hamilton. He was the Urology Residency program director for 8 years having recently completed his term. He currently serves as the Medical Staff Association President and Director of the McMaster Institute of Urology at St. Joseph's Healthcare.
Dr. Paul O'Byrne joins the JBG as the Dean and Vice-President of McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences and Dean of the University's Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. He is a Distinguished University Professor of McMaster, an active Respirologist and a world-renowned researcher who has made significant advances on the mechanisms and treatment of asthma. Previously, for 14 years, he was both Chair of the Department of Medicine for McMaster and the executive director of the Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton.
* Denotes voting members for St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton