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SCHC is dedicated to providing accessible, equitable and transformational health and social service choices for the well-being of diverse communities.

We cultivate vital and connected communities by promoting healthy lifestyles and delivering a comprehensive range of culturally competent health and social services.

Jeanie Argiropoulos, MHSc, CHE, is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SCHC. Jeanie is an accredited senior executive with over 25 years of experience providing leadership to key organizations in Ontario’s healthcare delivery system.  She has a master’s degree in health administration from the University of Toronto, is a designated Canadian Health Executive, and is an Executive Member of the Canadian College of Health Service Leaders.

As Chief Executive Officer at the Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities, Jeanie has driven a transformational journey that has resulted in a client-centred healthcare services solution proactively addressing health determinants and building a solid and connected community.  As a strong advocate for health equity, she has focused her energies on helping to form an integrated health system to improve the health and wellness of Scarborough’s residents.

Ben Flores is the Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO). As the CFAO, he actively participates in strategic planning and management for the organization. Ben plays a critical leadership role in developing and implementing SCHC’s financial strategy. He oversees fiscal and fiduciary duties, human resources, and facilities property management. He provides strategic oversight and is a resource for financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, accounting, and risk management. Ben is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with over 25 years of progressive results-oriented Accounting, Finance, and Administration experience in non-profit and for-profit environments.

Nash Hassan is the VP of Community Health & Chief of Professional Practice. He leads Community Health programs including Community Health Centre, Diabetes Education Program, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Health Promotion, Interprofessional Practice Team, and Hospice Palliative Team.  He is also responsible for strategic and operational planning that supports the organization’s goals and objectives and provides policy recommendations to the Chief Executive Officer.

Email: nhassan@schcontario.ca

Callum Tyrrell is the VP of Innovation, Improvement, and Engagement.  Areas of responsibility are data analytics and performance management, person- and family-centred care and client relations, technology and information management, quality improvement and change management, risk assessment and client safety, accreditation, and the organization’s privacy officer.

Email: ctyrrell@schcontario.ca

Michelle West-Martin is the Vice President of Community Services and Strategic Partnerships. Her portfolio has a wide range of community support, seniors’ support, community engagement, community mental health and addictions, and social support programs and services. In addition to the operational oversight over this portfolio, she is responsible for identifying new and strengthening existing partnerships to support the mission, vision, values, and strategic priorities of SCHC. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the VP of Community Services and Strategic Partnerships works collaboratively to ensure the provision of comprehensive, coordinated, community-based health care, community support, and social services.

Email: mmartin@schcontario.ca

Shola Alabi is the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging. The Director oversees the execution of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) strategy and sustainment of this culture within SCHC. SCHC acknowledges that this is a journey and will continue to embed DIE&B into strategy, decisions, and community engagement.

Email: salabi@schcontario.ca

Debra McGonegal is the Director of Communications and Development. She is responsible for fundraising appeals, campaigns and events, donor relationships, marketing plans, social media channels, newsletter, website, and oversight of SCHC branding and communications throughout the organization and in the community. She also co-leads the Engagement, Marketing and Outreach committee.

Email: dmcgonegal@schcontario.ca

Chandra Roberts is the Director of Community Health Teams.  The Director works with the Managers of the Hospice Palliative Care, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Inter-professional Primary Care, Health Promotion, and Diabetes Education Program teams and Chairs several internal committees, including Infection Protection and Control, Professional Practice in Action and Mental Health and Addictions.

Email: croberts@schcontario.ca

Himanshu Pant is the Human Resources manager. He provides leadership by establishing strategic HR directions across all areas of the organization. Himanshu manages labour relations with the Union, representing SCHC’s non-managerial and non-exempt employees and overseeing HR planning, policies, procedures, operations, and performance. His role also includes leading the HR generalist team focused on recruiting and supporting employees to deliver exceptional services to our clients.

Email: hpant@schcontario.ca

Charanjit Singh is the Community Wellness and Engagement Manager. He oversees the Mid-Scarborough Hub – Community Wellness & Engagement, the EarlyOn Child and Family Centre, Child and Youth programming, and the Provincial Youth Outreach Worker program. In addition, Charanjit is responsible for managing three unique projects that address community wellness and safety: Mind & Spirit Youth Leadership, the Community Violence, Wellbeing, and Recovery Project, and the Cross Community Violence Intervention Project.

Email: csingh@schcontario.ca

Deby Kanagarajoo, a Registered Nurse by profession, is the Community Health Teams Manager. In her portfolio, she oversees Hospice Palliative Care, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, and Health Promotion Teams.

Email: dkanagarajoo@schcontario.ca

Megan Davies is the Community Health and Support Services Manager. She oversees the Acquired Brain Injury Outreach, Adult Day Program, Caregiver Wellness Program, and our Centralized Intake Team.

Email: mdavies@schcontario.ca

Dana Williams is the Community Supports Manager. She is responsible for the Assisted Living Services, Lawrence East Partnership Program, and Service Arrangement Coordination in this role.

Email: dwillaims@schcontario.ca

Alvin Ramnanan is the Manager of Interprofessional Primary Care teams.

Email: aramnanan@schcontario.ca

Shivana Sankar is the Community Services Manager. In this role, she oversees many food security initiatives, including food bank programs, meal programs, and the furniture bank. Shivana also manages various seasonal programs, such as the Holiday Support Program, A Gift to Remember, Clothing Bank, and the Tax Clinic.

Email: ssankar@schcontario.ca

Kenny Fong is the Manager of Finance. He oversees the organization’s financial operations, including budgeting, financial reporting, and analysis. With a keen eye for detail and a strategic mindset, Kenny ensures the company’s financial health and sustainability, guiding informed decision-making and driving fiscal growth. His expertise in financial management and dedication to excellence make him a pivotal part of the organization.

Email: kfong@schcontario.ca

Chad Tosevski is the Manager of Quality Improvement Decision Support. Chad’s areas of responsibility include decision support (data analytics and performance management), quality improvement, and change management.

Email: CTosevski@schcontario.ca

Nailah Duncan is the Manager of interprofessional primary care teams. In this role, she oversees the three Community Health Centres, the Community Vaccine Clinic, Strides (YWHO), and the Willowpark School Clinic.

Email: nduncan@schcontario.ca

Amy Stephenson is a Manager with the Community Health Team. She supports the Hepatitis C, HEALTH for Scarborough, Mobile Health Unit, Family Wellbeing, and Health Promotion teams. These mobile teams aim to connect with Scarborough’s residents in the community. Her teams provide health education, navigation, and wrap-around support to improve access to primary care, mental health and addiction services, and preventative health measures like cancer screening.

Email: astephenson@schcontario.ca