Board of Directors
Darryl Yates, Chair, is Associate Vice President, Clinical Practice, Site Executive - Etobicoke General Hospital and interim Chief Nursing Executive at William Osler Health System with accountability for strategy, clinical quality and operations for Emergency, Pharmacy, Oncology, Palliative Care, Mental Health & Addictions, Professional Practice, Quality, Ethics and Spiritual Care across the organization's three sites. Prior to his current role, Darryl held Director roles at Osler, Trillium Health Partners and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health with clinical and operational accountability for services in Mental Health & Addictions, Oncology, Palliative Care, Women's and Children's, and Research Operations.
Darryl received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ryerson University and his Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of Toronto. He is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Darryl brings more than 27 years of clinical nursing and health leadership experience in acute care, tertiary academic and research settings. Darryl is also a surveyor with Accreditation Canada and a member of the Corporate Advisory Council for the Canadian College of Health Leaders Board. He also co-chaired the provincial Governance Advisory Committee for Children's Mental Health Ontario. He is a dynamic health care executive with a passion for designing systems that deliver exceptional patient care. Darryl has successfully led teams in the public and private sectors. He has a relentless focus on quality improvement through clear objective setting and outcome measurement.
Paul Simonetta, Vice-Chair, is a chartered accountant and a partner with KPMG LLP. Paul has been with KPMG LLP for over 20 years and is KPMG Canada’s National Industry Leader for the Telecommunications and Media practice. Paul received his Bachelor of Business Administration from York University’s Schulich School of Business.
Alan Stewart, Secretary-Treasurer, is a partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP and leader of their Forensic and Disputes Services practice in Toronto. Alan is a chartered accountant, qualified in both Canada and Scotland, which he attained after graduating from the University of Glasgow. Alan lives in Toronto with his wife and 3 children.
Robert Edmonds completed his Hon.BA from the University of Toronto in 2003, and his LL.B from the University of Ottawa in 2006 (called to the Bar in Ontario in 2007). Robert practiced law from 2007-2009 at the law firm of Lang Michener LLP (now McMillan LLP) in the Business Law Group. In 2009, Robert left his practice to return to his family business, Drive Products, and to pursue his MBA. He completed his MBA at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, in 2013, and was the proud receipient of the Rotman Citizenship Award for outstanding contribution to the student community. Also in 2009, Robert married his wife Jayne and they now have two beautiful children. In addition to The George Hull Centre, Robert serves on the Board of the Young Presidents' Organization, Toronto Chapter, and the Military Casualty Support Foundation.
Lori Evans is Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development for Marsulex Environmental Technologies, an international provider of air quality control solutions that minimize pollutants from emissions of electric utilities and petrochemical and industrial operations. Previously, she practiced law with prominent Canadian law firms and Canadian and US operating and investment businesses since 1994. Lori received her M.B.A. from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Victoria and her B.A. (Economics) degree from the University of Calgary. She has been actively involved in a number of charitable and non-profit organizations focused on children and the arts. Lori has the professional ICD.D designation granted by the Institute of Corporate Directors.
Brad Fedosoff is the Vice President of Enterprise Architecture and Chief Architect for CIBC Technology. Brad has been with CIBC for 10 years and has held of number of roles in the technology industry. As a Technologist, Brad has worked in the technology field for over 20 years working for both big tech companies and smaller firms in Canada, the US, and Internationally. Brad has a Bachelor of Computer Science from Ryerson Polytechnic University and is a member of the Center for Information Systems Research with MIT, as well as the relationship manager for CIBC and MIT, focusing on a variety of industry leading digital, data and technology research projects. Brad, his wife, and son live in High Park. Children’s mental health is a very personal passion for Brad and his family who lost their daughter Abby Fedosoff to suicide at age 15. Brad and his family are committed to ensuring parents, families, and children get the best support possible.
Nathalie Hull is a chartered accountant, currently working in the Private Equity Sponsorship Coverage Group at Scotiabank. Prior to joining Scotiabank, Nathalie obtained her CA at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and spent several years in their audit and tax groups. Nathalie holds an Honours Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.
Judy MacGowan is a senior fundraising professional with 20 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector, currently as Director of Advancement at The York School. Most recently, Judy was with Ronald McDonald House Toronto and as the Director of Development, she led the capital campaign that raised $32.5 million resulting in the building of the largest Ronald McDonald House in the world. Prior to RMH Toronto, Judy held the position of Associate Director, Annual Giving at Branksome Hall. Judy was awarded the Certified Fundraising Executive designation in 2003. Judy volunteers for a wide variety of children’s charitable organizations, enjoys spending time with family and friends and spends as much time as possible on the slopes downhill skiing and snowshoeing!
Jill McCutcheon is a partner in the law firm, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. She practices in the field of financial services with an emphasis on corporate and regulatory law for the insurance sector. Jill received her Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Civil Law and Bachelor of Laws degrees from McGill University. In addition to The George Hull Centre, Jill is presently a Director and the Secretary of the Crestwood Preparatory College Scholarship Foundation and she is a director of CIGNA Life Insurance Company of Canada.
Greg Miziolek is Vice President for BD-Canada, Medical Procedural Solutions, which provides health care supplies and services to Hospitals, Physician Offices, Long Term Care and Homecare clients across Canada. BD is a Fortune 500 publicly traded organization based in the US. Greg’s career has been largely focused in the Health Care environment in Sales, Marketing and General Management capacities for the last 25 years in both the US and Canada. He is a member of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives, and holds a B.A. from York University. Greg has been involved in many charities over the years, as well as Board work with a Cancer charity until recently. He lives in Etobicoke, is married and has 3 children.
Angela Molinari, works in the field of fundraising as the Manager, Planned Giving for the William Osler Health System Foundation. Prior to this, she worked for more than 15 years as a Child Life Specialist, working with children and families to assist them in coping with illness and hospitalization. Angela is also a tutor in the Child Life Studies Diploma Program at McMaster University, tutoring the ‘Family: Theories, Life and Interventions’ class. Angela obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical and Health Education from the University of Toronto and holds a current certification as a Child Life Specialist through the Child Life Council. Angela is an active volunteer with Swim Ontario and lives with her husband and two sons in Etobicoke.
Christopher Parkes is General Counsel for the William Osler Health System. Osler is a three-site community hospital system operating in Brampton and Etobicoke. Christopher is also in charge of Osler's Enterprise Risk Management and Emergency Preparedness programs. He has been with Osler since 2010 and carries on a broad legal practice including everything from overseeing the legal aspects of three major hospital redevelopment projects to advising on individual clinical matters. Christopher received his Juris Doctor of Osgoode Hall Law School and his BA from Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. Born and raised in Etobicoke, Christopher currently lives in Weston Village with his wife and son.
Subhas Sen is Senior Vice President, Business Operations, at Mackenzie Invesments. Prior to that he worked for over seven years as Chief Operating Officer with BMO Asset Management Inc. Canada. During 1996 - 2009, he served as Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer with Barclays Global Investors and acting CFO for Barclays Capital Canada. Subhas received his B.A. (Honours) Economics degree from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University. He is also a chartered accountant (India) and certified public accountant (U.S.).
Michelle Steinowicz is Vice President, Client Strategy at Morneau Shepell, the largest human resources consulting and outsourcing services firm in Canada. Since 2004 when first joining Morneau Shepell, Michelle has held leadership positions in Benefits Consulting, Corporate Development and most recently in Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) focusing on the mental health of employees and their family members. Prior to that, she was with Runzheimer International specializing in employee relocation and compensation. Michelle has a Bachelor, Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo.
Darie Urbanky is Vice President, Investment and Wealth Management Services, Information Technology at CI Investments. Darie has been with CI Investments for over 15 years and had a variety of roles in the financial technology industry such as DST Systems (now IFDS). He holds an MBA from Rotman School of Business at University of Toronto and attended Leadership and Management programs at Queen’s School of Business. Darie is involved with volunteer sports coaching programs for children.