Dr. Gregory Taylor is a public health and preventive medicine specialist with a long-standing commitment to public health. He became the Public Health Agency of Canada's Deputy Chief Public Health Officer in 2012, and Canada's Chief Public Health Officer in 2014 - where he guided Canada during the global outbreaks of H5N1 and Ebola. He retired from the public service at the end of 2016.
Dr. Robert Petrella is Head (Chair) of the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Professor Emeritus at the Center for Studies in Family Medicine at Western University. He also serves as Professor of Kinesiology at both UBC and Western.
Dr. Mark Gelfer is a family physician specializing in Preventive Medicine at the TELUS Health Care Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia and until recently he was Corporate Medical Officer.
Dr. Christopher McCudden is a Clinical Biochemist at the Ottawa Hospital and Vice Chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Ottawa, where he also serves as Associate Professor.
Dr. Helen Tran is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in the Department of Chemistry. She obtained a BS in Chemistry (minor in Chemical Engineering) from UC Berkeley and a PhD in Chemistry from Columbia University, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University.
Dr. Campbell is a General Internist, a Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Community Health Sciences and Physiology and Pharmacology and a member of the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta and O’Brien Institute of Public Health at the University of Calgary. Dr Campbell has over 500 peer-reviewed manuscripts and over 500 national/ international invited presentations.
Rona Ambrose is the former leader of Canada’s Official Opposition in the House of Commons, and the former leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. Her service includes health innovation and is the recipient of the Friends of Africa Humanity Award, the U.N. Women Canada National Committee Award, and the Canadian AIDS Society leadership pin. Rona retired from politics in 2017.
Bill Rutsey has led teams and managed businesses nationally and internationally for almost forty years, including creating and leading a Big 4 Hospitality and Leisure national practice, and being CEO of private sector Canadian and foreign companies. He acts as an advisor to and sits on the Boards of companies in the highly regulated healthcare, gaming and cannabis industries.
As a practicing dentist then entrepreneur, I have dedicated my professional life to championing excellence in healthcare. To that end, I co-founded dentalcorp, now the largest network of dental practitioners and clinics in Canada and consistently rated one of the country’s 50 Best Managed Companies, and the DC Institute, an e-learning platform committed to training, development, and furthering excellence in dentistry. As Founder, CEO and Executive Chairman of The Fertility Partners, I am pouring my passions for family, helping people, and medical excellence into an exciting new start-up.
Marshall Myles is a proven business leader. He was President and CEO of Roots Canada for nearly 30 years. He then became CEO and President of Skyservice and is now the President of Switch Health. Marshall is also an active member on the Board of Directors. His varied experience allows him to provide value insight in building a strong culture, strengthening communication, and team work. He is successful at setting the focus, and developing the strategy and goals.
Earl Rotman has several decades of experience in the investment industry as a lawyer, investment banker, merchant banker, and corporate director. In addition to serving as a director of Switch Health, Mr. Rotman is a director of Champion Pet Foods, and the Chairman of Venator Capital Management, Eleventy North America LLC, and of FPM Milano (NA), LLC. He is also a former director of, and a current advisor to, Hudson’s Bay Company and a Trustee of the Art Gallery of Ontario Foundation. Mr. Rotman is an alumnus of the University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
Calin Rovinescu was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Canada in 2009 and was recognized as Canada's Outstanding CEO of the Year in 2016 and again in 2019. Air Canada was recognized by Skytrax as the Best Airline in North America in eight out of ten years, and as the only four-star network carrier in North America during Calin's tenure