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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Current Board of Directors    

MemberTitle
Narendra ShahChair
Mary McLeanVice-Chair
Salah ShariehSecretary
Nisha WalibhaiBoard Member
Jaspreet Hansra-KulasingamBoard Member
Garvin LinleyBoard Member
Marnie LynnBoard Member
Rob V. BudhwaBoard Member
Yves BelangerBoard Member
Carole BeauvaisCEO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

Nisha Walibhai

Nisha Walibhai is a healthcare leader with strategy development and quality leadership experiences in provincial settings, community hospitals, academic settings, and home health environment.  Nisha is currently leading the system leadership portfolio at Critical Care Services Ontario, with a particular focus on improving patient and family experiences, and advancing quality and safety. Prior to CCSO she led the quality and performance improvement portfolio in a community hospital with a particular focus on the cross-organizational partnerships to improve care flow and quality. 

Nisha is a compassionate improvement leader who believes in improving and sustaining quality and performance through respectful engagement and humanistic partnerships at the individual, team, and cross-organizational levels.  Nisha lives with her partner and two daughters in north Burlington.  Nisha holds a BScN degree from McMaster University, MHSc-HA degree from the University of Toronto, and a one-year SQIL certificate from Harvard Medical School. 

Dr. Salah Sharieh

Secretary

Dr. Salah Sharieh is a technology leader and a business savvy. In the last 20 years, Salah Shariah has delivered high-profile solutions and products. He provided vision and leadership to several industries including financial, telecommunication, manufacturing, and high tech.  Salah is a member in the Yeates School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University where he supervised Ph.D. and Master Student. One of his areas of research is the new role of CIOs in the new Digital Economy.  Salah holds the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from McMaster University. He has more than twenty peer-reviewed publications and has contributed to several books. He also is a technical reviewer for several journals and conferences and is a member of the CIO Association of Canada, IEEE and ACM.

 

Mary McLean

Vice-Chair

Mary is an accomplished executive with extensive experience in the Canadian Health Care and Medical Devices industries.  A strategic leader with an accomplished track record in corporate and business excellence, change management and employee development, Mary has held a number of senior management positions, including President & General Manager of a multi-national organization. She has extensive experience in human resources, labour management, P&L stewardship and patient and health care advocacy across the spectrum of care. She currently works as an independent consultant in the Medical Devices industry. 

Mary holds a Masters of Business Degree from Queen’s University and a non-practicing nursing designation. She is an Oakville resident, a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors and a                 volunteer with the Kidney Foundation of Canada and has previously served on the Board of Directors for V.O.N. Canada, Halton Branch and as a sitting member of the MEDEC Wound Care           Committee.    

Marnie Lynn, BA, CHRL

Innovative and effective leader with exceptional negotiation and team building skills. Successfully worked with diverse stakeholders to build consensus and consistently achieve objectives. A strong generalist with proven ability to establish constructive and respectful relationships with staff, management and labour at all levels.

Trained facilitator for behaviour-base interviewing. Six Sigma greenbelt. Has presented at several events on recruitment services in LHIN 4.

Marnie currently is Director of Human Resources at The Children’s Aid society of Hamilton.  Previously, she was the Manager of Human Resources at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington.  

Narendra Shah

Chair

Narendra Shah is a seasoned health care executive with over 30 years of management and governance experience in health care settings including a research organization, teaching and community hospitals in Toronto and Ottawa.  He has also worked in senior management capacity with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and with the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network where he was the Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for planning, funding and accountability of over 70 health care providers with a budget in excess of $1.3 billion. Currently, he is Chair of Board of Nucleus Independent Living, an agency that provides supportive care at home for seniors and adults with disabilities. He was appointed in April 2019 as a public member on the Council of the College of Optometrists of Ontario. He received his MHSc. degree from University of Toronto and he is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. 

Jaspreet Hansra-Kulasingam

Jaspreet Hansra-Kulasingam is a seasoned finance executive with extensive experience serving both private and public companies ranging in size and complexity. Jaspreet has 15 years of real estate experience four of which have been spent working in the seniors housing industry.

Jaspreet is a passionate leader and takes a keen interest in developing & mentoring individuals. Currently as CFO of CreateTO, she is responsible for the overall financial & IT management of the company, including finance, accounting, treasury, insurance, procurement, risk management and financial planning.

She has held several senior positions throughout her career and has overseen complex projects, while effectively managing cross functional teams to deliver finance and operational efficiencies. During her time at Deloitte Jaspreet advised and assisted clients to identify and execute initiatives around corporate strategy & vision, designing & optimizing organizational structures, process improvements, controls and technology needs.

Jaspreet is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA) and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Masters of Accounting degree from the University of Waterloo.

Garvin Linley

Garvin is an accomplished change leader with broad experience managing organizational transformation in retail, higher education, and various levels of government.

He believes building trust is essential to supporting individuals, teams and organizations through change.  “We are all stewards of change, from leadership, right through to front line employees, vendors and ultimately the customer (or consumer) – everyone is linked by the change.”

Garvin goes all-out to make the connection between an organization – its people – its product or service – and their customer a part of his DNA.  Through that process the foundation of trust is established and an open transfer of knowledge and information launches us down the path of change … together.

Much like his beliefs to supporting change, Nucleus’s Mission, Vison and Values are constant and enduring.  These small set of guiding principles are their connection and speak to who they are as stewards of change.

Rob V. Budhwa

Through his experience over the years in providing legal guidance in the banking and financial services industry in both the US and Canada, Rob has become a corporate industry expert in the areas of retail and commercial banking, consumer lending (secured/unsecured), and financial services regulatory matters. His dual licensure and experience have provided him with the unique ability to provide guidance on both sides of the border and identify cross-border gaps in industry practices for both large multinational firms and industry startups. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University (Top 5%) and his Bachelor of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University (BBA Hons). He is currently licensed in both California and Ontario. Currently, Rob heads up the Corporate Law group at FCT, where he manages any and all corporate legal affairs, litigation and various strategic initiatives. Prior to FCT, Rob helped guide a startup Schedule I Bank from 5 employees to 176 employees and opened 37 branches in a span of two years. He then navigated a successful exit and sale of the bank in fall 2015.  Rob has also previously served as SVP and Assistant General Counsel for Citigroup where he navigated a high performance mortgage and consumer lending division through the subprime mortgage crisis, on both sides of the border. Rob believes in the importance of community development and in his spare time he serves on the Board of Directors for several local non-profit organizations.

Yves Belanger

Yves has rejoined the Board of Nucleus in 2019 after a 2-year hiatus. He has been involved in several Strategic Planning cycles in a 15-year span on the Board and has helped with the implementation of the current Governance structure. Yves deeply believes in the Mission of the organization and the impact it has on the community it is servicing. Yves is a senior executive at Wolseley Canada, where he leads the transformation of its Supply Chain responsible for managing critical relationships between operations, supply chain, sourcing, vendors and customers. With a focus on industry leading competitive advantage, he leverages company processes to ensure relevant products are available to our customers anywhere and at any time, leads a talented supply chain team and maximizes technology for the best possible sourcing from supplier, to shelf, to customers. Yves has accumulated nearly 30 years of retail, wholesale and manufacturing industry experience in progressive executive roles focused on supply chain management. Before joining Wolseley, Yves held executive positions with Weston Foods, West Monroe Partners, SERCA Foodservice and Loblaw Companies. He holds a B. Eng. & M. Eng from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal and is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO). He is Fellow of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) and a Member of the Council of Industrial and System Engineers.

Carole Beauvais

CEO

Carole is the Chief Executive Office and is responsible for leading the Organization in achieving its Mission and Vision.