Sean White is a director of wealth management and the branch manager of the ScotiaMcLeod Windsor Office. A graduate of the University of Windsor, Sean has been a financial advisor with ScotiaMcLeod since 1999. For almost a decade, Sean served in various roles on the board of the Art Gallery of Windsor and the Windsor Regional Hospital Foundation finance committee.
James Scott (Jim) is President at Ground Effects Ltd. (GFX). GFX has grown from a 5-facility operation into a 30-facility operation expanding into the US, Mexico, South Africa and China in the past 7 years and now employs over 3400 associates. Jim is a “Wish Grantor” for Make A Wish of Southwestern Ontario, raising over $3,400,000 for wishes since its inception. In 2010, Jim established ENABLE, a non-profit organization in Haiti that helps support those in need. Jim is a huge supporter of the Windsor Downtown Mission, The Do Good Deli, and the Windsor Youth Center.
Mike Naccarato started with Canada Trust in 1992 as a part-time teller while attending University of Windsor. He took over as District Manager, Business Banking until 2004. Since 2007, Mike has been with RBC focusing on Health Care Practitioners.
Sandra Bohn is a graduate from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and a minor in English Literature and a Post Graduate Certificate in Public Relations from Humber College. She is the Director of Marketing Operations with Caesar’s Windsor.
Mia Tannous received her BA in Developmental Psychology from the University of Windsor in 2007. In 2014 she graduated with a Master’s degree in Leadership from the University of Guelph, in addition to graduating from the Leadership Windsor Essex Program that same year. In 2015 she started a consulting company with a client base in the Windsor/Essex region as well as in Michigan. She is currently the Board Chair of a new charitable organization called OneDay Dreams, the goal is to fulfill dying dreams of terminal patients over the age of 18.
Cealia Gagnon was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2010, where she underwent chemo and radiation treatment at our local Windsor Cancer Center. With the help of our medical team here she is now a survivor and looks forward to building relationships with others who have been touched by Cancer. For the past 15 years, Cealia has been a Senior Constable with the Windsor Police Service. You can find her head coaching for LaSalle/Windsor Special Olympics Powerlifters team on her free time and volunteering for several local charities.
Kimberly King is a graduate of the University of Windsor and University of Toronto with degrees in Business Administration, Master of Industrial Relations and law. She has worked in various human resource roles throughout her career and currently is the Manager, Healthcare and Medical Initiatives at FCA Canada Inc. Kimberly also serves as Vice President, Board of Directors at the Multi-Cultural Council of Windsor Essex.
Stephen Roberts joined the McTague Law Firm as a Partner in January of 2010. He attended the University of Windsor where he received his LL.B. Stephen is one of only eleven professionals in Ontario certified as a Specialist in Workplace Safety and Insurance Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Dr. Abu-Zahra graduated from Cairo University, Egypt and did postgraduate training in Hematology/Internal Medicine at Dundee and Edinburgh Universities in Scotland. In 1969 he arrived in Canada where he accepted a position as Research Fellow at Queen’s University in Kingston and then Research Associate at Princess Margaret Hospital, University of Toronto. In Windsor he was Head of the Systemic Therapy Program, then Chief Executive Officer ,Windsor Regional Cancer Centre and Vice President, Cancer Care Ontario. He was Chief of the Oncology Department, Windsor Regional Hospital and Founding Member of the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation.
Dr Sindu Kanjeekal is a medical oncologist and hematologist and has been practicing at the Windsor Regional Hospital Cancer Program since 2004. She earned her medical degree from the University of Western Ontario. She is the Chief, Department of Oncology for Windsor Regional Hospital and is an Adjunct Professor with the Schulich School of Medicine and University of Windsor. Her areas of clinical practice and research include hematological, gastrointestinal and genitourinary malignancies.
Jonathan Foster is the VP of Emergency, Renal and Mental Health Services and will also assume the role of Regional VP, Cancer Services, Windsor Regional Hospital (WRH). Jonathan has an Honours Psychology Degree from the University of Windsor and a Masters in Social Work from Wayne State University. He previously worked as the Director of Mental Health and Renal Programs at WRH.
Jonathan recently served as the Director of the St. Clair College Campus “Field Hospital” for patients with COVID-19 coming from Long-Term Care homes. Jonathan has a recognized passion for improving the patient experience, collaborating with patients and families, and forming strong relationships with regional partners.