Jane Griffith is a partner with Odgers Berndtson and is the firm’s
national diversity leader, working collaboratively with clients and
colleagues to champion diversity and inclusion. Griffith is focused
on the recruitment of senior leaders in the academic, not-for-profit
and broader public sectors working with prominent universities,
colleges and not-for-profit organizations in Canada. Find her arti-cle
that explores unconscious gender bias on page 45.
Jacob is the CEO and co-founder of
Wellframe. His work and expertise lay
at the intersection of healthcare, tech-nology,
data analytics and consumer
engagement. He was previously prod-uct
manager at RunKeeper, a leading
mobile/web health and fitness platform.
Prior to that, Sattelmair was the direc-tor
of research and strategy at Dossia,
an employer-driven health IT initiative. In 2011, he was named a
Young Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum. He holds
a doctorate in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public
Health, where his research focused on lifestyle behaviours and car-diovascular
health. He completed a Masters in Physiology, with
distinction, at the University of Oxford (Exeter College) and
holds a BA in Neurobiology, magna cum laude, from Harvard
University. Sattelmair’s article on digital health management
begins on page 47.
Sandra Lavoy is a regional manager for Robert Half, the world’s
first and largest specialized staffing firm. The company has more
than 300 staffing locations worldwide. For career and manage-ment
advice, follow their blog at www.roberthalf.ca/blog. Lavoy’s
article on how to set salaries that keep top staff satisfied can be
found on page 49.
Jamie Hoobanoff is founder and CEO
of The Leadership Agency, specialists
in leadership recruitment. As a profes-sional
recruiter with more than a decade
of experience sourcing talent and hiring
leaders for some of the country’s biggest
companies, Hoobanoff has interviewed
more than 10,000 people and placed
over 3,000 people in the Canadian work-force.
For more information about The Leadership Agency visit
www.leadershipagency.com. Hoobanoff can be reached by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Her article on page 51,
explores how start-ups can compete for top executive level talent.
As the CEO of GroupHEALTH Benefit
Solutions®, Matt Houghton leads an
organization that is transforming the
way Canadians experience benefits.
Houghton has gained a unique perspec-tive
in the Canadian benefits marketplace
through his extensive experience in the
management of successful companies.
Houghton believes in collaborating with
and supporting other business leaders and, as such, he is an active
member of the Young Presidents Organization and the Third
Party Administrators’ Association of Canada. He is an advocate
of lifelong learning, most recently completing the Stagen Integral
Leadership program. Read his article on page 57 to determine if
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