Shirlee Sharkey changes the face of leadership in Canada

Shirlee Sharkey President & CEO Saint Elizabeth and Elizz

Shirlee Sharkey
President & CEO
Saint Elizabeth and Elizz

Shirlee Sharkey, the dynamic President and CEO of Saint Elizabeth and Elizz will be speaking at the close of the 2016 Corporate State: Toronto Summit for senior women leaders. Saint Elizabeth is Canada’s largest social enterprise and a leading health care organization known for innovation and performance. Shirlee’s been the CEO for over 23 years and has grown the organization from a small, Toronto-based health care company to one that employees over 8,000 dedicated mobile workers across Canada. Shirlee has also been a panelist at two previous Corporate Sate Summits.

This year, at the 2016 Summit, Shirlee takes the podium at the end of the day to capture the exciting new ideas and innovative thoughts that emerge from our three roundtable discussions; The Future of Learning, Game Changers 2025 and Unraveling the Brain.

Shirlee joins us on the Summit stage this year backed with tremendous experience in community advancement and health policy and a great deal of expertise in innovation. In January 2014, Shirlee was appointed to chair the Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee, a standing committee for Health Quality Ontario. She also serves on the Ontario Health Innovation Council, CD Howe Health Policy Council as well as the MaRS EXCITE Management Board.

 

 

 

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