Interim Director, Women’s Program - London Health Sciences Centre
Amanda Williams is Interim Director, Women’s Program at London Health Sciences Centre. She oversees the entire Women’s Program which includes 360 staff over six departments. Amanda has been involved with the Amabile Boys Choir for over a decade and also volunteered at her local church as part of a LGBTQ2S+ Inclusivity Committee.
Charity: Anova: A Future Without VIolence (Women’s Shelter)
Social Worker, Critical Care Trauma Centre
Bev Lewis, a Social Worker with Critical Care Trauma Centre, not only cares for her patients today, but demonstrates concern for the patients of tomorrow through her volunteer roles and mentoring. Bev is a volunteer member of LHSC’s Patient Assistance Fund, the End of Life Care Project, and the Ontario Trillium Gift for Life Organ Donor Management Committee.
Charity: London Cares
Delhi Family Health Team
The Delhi Family Health Team is a whole organization of Champions! Called to action to assist with the COVID-19 relief plan in Norfolk County, the team pitched in to build a Testing Centre in their own back yard. Every member helped collaborate with hospitals and community partners to assist with local outbreaks.
Charity: Delhi Sharing Pantry and Child Nutrition Network of Haldimand-Norfolk
Dr. Glenn Bauman
Radiation Oncologist, London Regional Cancer Program
Dr. Glenn Bauman is a Radiation Oncologist with London Regional Cancer Program, and an exceptional clinician working collaboratively both nationally and internationally to change cancer care. He has also been a large part of fundraising campaigns and leadership workshops, helping create awareness and raising money for cancer research in London.
Charity: London Health Sciences Foundation
Dr. Kenneth Wright
Dentist, London Dental Community Alliance
Dr. Kenneth Wright works tirelessly to provide dental services for low-income individuals. After years running mobile clinics in various community centres, he established the London Dental Community Alliance to create a permanent full-time clinic staffed with professionals, and supported by volunteers to ensure that everyone has access to the care they need.
Charity: The Wright Clinic
Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic
The team at Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic includes physicians, physiotherapists, and researchers who collaborate to help people of all ages. Each member is compassionate and deeply committed to their patients and are active in the community. They support United Way, donate to My Sisters' Place, and volunteer their time and services.
Charity: My Sisters' Place
Speech-Language Pathologist, London-Elgin Speech and Language Services
Jessica Livingstone is a Speech-Language Pathologist at London-Elgin Speech and Language Services. On top of treating patients, Jessica volunteers her time to coordinating the care of clients and managing staff at The Health Network. During COVID-19, she also worked to ensure that the clinic was safe for those needing emergency care.
Charity Humane Society London & Middlesex
Karima Cassidy is a Registered Nurse dedicated to helping her community through knowledge. At the onset of COVID-19, Karima did exhaustive research to gather information and created tools, presentations, documentation and guidelines that she sent to community organizations serving vulnerable groups in London, offering her help to ensure they were able to provide safe care.
Charity: My Sisters' Place
Vice President, Norfolk General Hospital
Kimberley Mullins is the Vice President at Norfolk General Hospital who started drive-through COVID-19 testing in her region, helping complete more tests effectively. She is involved with a number of community committees helping to manage and avoid outbreaks at Hagersville, Port Dover and Haldimand county, all while going the extra mile to create the best possible patient experience.
Charity: Terry Fox Foundation
President and CEO, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
Lori Marshall, the President and CEO of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA), has been nominated for her heroic work during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Lori worked to keep the public well informed, spearheaded testing centres and field hospitals, and worked with volunteer organizations to support those impacted financially by the pandemic.
Charity: Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation