The Sandbox Project Leadership

 

President & CEO

Christine Hampson, Ph.D.

Christine Hampson is a Principal of Hampson/Roberts Solutions Group Inc., a boutique consulting firm providing not-for-profit management and strategic counsel to a number of select clients.  In this capacity, Christine currently serves as the President & CEO of The Sandbox Project. Christine holds an MA and Ph.D. in Health Geography from McMaster University. She has served as Executive Lead, Strategic Operations in the Office of Ontario’s Minister of Health and Long-Term Care as well as Executive Lead, Human Resources in the Office of the Premier of Ontario.  Christine has served as President & CEO of the Asthma Society of Canada, an Instructor in the Department of Geography at Brock University, Executive Director of the Ontario Liberal Party and President & CEO of the Ontario Liberal Fund.  Christine currently serves on the Board of AllerGen NCE, The Company Theatre and the 60 Minute Kids' Club.


working group co-chairs

 
Dr. Leora Pinhas Physician Lead, Eating Disorder Unit Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Dr. Leora Pinhas

Physician Lead, Eating Disorder Unit

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Brandy Tanenbaum Program Coordinator, RBC First Office for Injury Prevention Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Brandy Tanenbaum

Program Coordinator, RBC First Office for Injury Prevention

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Pamela Fuselli Vice President, Knowledge Transfer & Stakeholder Relations Parachute

Pamela Fuselli

Vice President, Knowledge Transfer & Stakeholder Relations

Parachute

 
Dr. Stanley Kutcher Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health

Dr. Stanley Kutcher

Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health

Zak Bhamani Director, Products & Services TELUS Health

Zak Bhamani

Director, Products & Services

TELUS Health

 
 

The Sandbox Project Board of Directors

 
Paul J. Brown Partner, Campbell Strategies (Chair of the Board)    

Paul J. Brown

Partner, Campbell Strategies (Chair of the Board)

 

 

Josh Blair Executive Vice-President, TELUS Health and TELUS International; President of TELUS Business Solutions West (Chair, Governance Committee)

Josh Blair

Executive Vice-President, TELUS Health and TELUS International; President of TELUS Business Solutions West (Chair, Governance Committee)

Eva Mah Borsato President, Intellectual Capital Corp. Inc.

Eva Mah Borsato

President, Intellectual Capital Corp. Inc.

Peter Conroy President, Shorcan Brokers Limited (Past Chair of the Board)

Peter Conroy

President, Shorcan Brokers Limited (Past Chair of the Board)

John-Paul Dowson Managing Director, Roubaix Strategies Inc.

John-Paul Dowson

Managing Director, Roubaix Strategies Inc.

François Ramsay Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and General Counsel, Yellow Pages Group

François Ramsay

Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and General Counsel, Yellow Pages Group

 
Jonathan Rose Senior Consultant, Policy Concepts Inc.

Jonathan Rose

Senior Consultant, Policy Concepts Inc.

Martin J. Reader Canadian Beach Volleyball Olympian and Co-Founder, StriveLife

Martin J. Reader

Canadian Beach Volleyball Olympian and Co-Founder, StriveLife

Jody Shimkus President, JMS Consulting Inc.

Jody Shimkus

President, JMS Consulting Inc.

Walied Soliman Partner, Norton Rose Group

Walied Soliman

Partner, Norton Rose Group

John R. Trikola President & CEO, Gardner Ross Capital (Chair, Fundraising Committee)

John R. Trikola

President & CEO, Gardner Ross Capital (Chair, Fundraising Committee)

 
 

About our Founder

Dr. K. Kellie Leitch O. Ont., MP, MD, MBA, FRCS(C)

Dr. K. Kellie Leitch O. Ont., MP, MD, MBA, FRCS(C)

Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, M.P. (Simcoe-Grey) founded The Sandbox Project in 2009 as a result of her extensive research conducted for the Government of Canada in her report Reaching for the Top published in 2008. At the time, Dr. Leitch's experience as a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and associate professor of surgery, along with her role as Chair of the Ivey Centre for Health Innovation and Leadership informed this work. 

Dr. Leitch was selected as one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 for her work in both medicine and business in 2005. She has published in the clinical and best practice model areas of the health care field. In 2010, Dr. Leitch received the Order of Ontario for her work advocating for children and youth. Since her election to the House of Commons in 2011, she has entrusted the stewardship of the organization to the Board of Directors and President & CEO.