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Pierre Perron joined the RCMP in 1982. His initial postings were in Alberta where he served in general duty, highway patrol and general investigation.
Over the years, Assistant Commissioner Perron worked in several areas of the RCMP: National Security Investigations, Criminal Intelligence, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity.
A/Commr. Perron held the responsibility for the security of the Prime Minister of Canada and served as a senior advisor within the Security and Intelligence Secretariat of the Privy Council Office (PCO). Before becoming the CIO for the RCMP IM/IT Program, he directed the Canadian Firearms Program overseeing the firearms management in Canada.
Jonathan is Vice President GCICS Technology and head of the Technology organization in Canada. In addition to setting the long-term technology vision that supports the company’s growth strategy in the market, Jonathan is a member of the Canadian Executive team and manages regulatory responsibility for Amex Bank of Canada’s Technology functions including critical functions entrusted to the American Express Parent Co. TRS, globally. With teams of employees located in Canada, India and Phoenix, he has responsibility for Software Delivery, Quality Assurance, Testing, and Tool Chain Automation mandates as a member of the Global Consumer and International Channel Services Technology leadership team.
Since joining American Express in 1999 from Toronto Dominion Bank, Jonathan has held a variety of leadership roles within International Operations & Technology. He has successfully envisioned, built and led software engineering, QA, and technical delivery teams for practice areas including Technology Infrastructure, Membership Rewards, Banking, Issuance, Global AR, and Digital. Prior to his current role, Jonathan served as Director, GNICS Technologies responsible for the Loyalty & Partnerships engineering teams, including day to day technical delivery, support and leadership accountability for the mission critical platform known as STAR. He has been responsible for leading complex cross-AXP initiatives, such as the sale of AEB to Standard Chartered Bank, and the engineering of a brand new Simply Cash product in support of our transition from COSTCO.
Outside of work, Jonathan serves as Board Chair for Reno’s for Heroes Charitable Foundation, a leader in raising funds and awareness in support of our many military heroes critically injured in the line of duty. When he’s not busy raising 3 young daughters, he’s a lifetime member of the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance and is passionate about the great game of golf.
Daniela joined Dynacare, a health solutions company, as Chief Information Officer in 2014 bringing extensive leadership experience in information and business technology management to her role. Before joining Dynacare, she served in various leadership positions at the Hospital for Sick Children including Director of Information Services and Vice-President/Chief Information Officer.
Prior to this, Daniela was head of the Computer Department at the County Hospital of Timisoara, Romania as well as Associate Professor in the Medical Informatics Department at the University of Medicine Timisoara. She holds a Master of Science with Honours degree in Computer Science from the Polytechnic University of Timisoara, Romania.
Daniela has also served as a member of the National Board of Directors of the CIO Association of Canada, a member of the Governing Body for CIO Executive Summit, and as a member of the Professional Advisory Committee at the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, Ryerson University. In addition, for two years in succession, Daniela was named one of Canada’s Top 25 Women of Influence by the Women’s Executive Network, and she also has received the Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader award in Spring 2015.
Ted Maulucci is the Chief Information Officer for the Tridel Group of Companies and has been with the Tridel Group for over twenty years, leading the information technology group for the last fifteen
Mr. Maulucci has an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto in Mechanical Engineering and a Master in Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business with a specialization in Real Property Development.
Mr. Maulucci is passionate about contribution and advancing innovation across Canada through partnerships and collaboration. He has been recognized with several international and local awards for IT leadership, IT application development for the real estate industry, smart buildings, and innovation. Some notable awards are the “Top Ten Best in Class CIO’s in North America” by Computerworld, CIPA Gold Award of Excellence for application development in the real estate industry, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting Canadian innovation, and the Mid-Career Award from the University of Toronto for industry and social contribution in an engineering career.
Roy French is the Chief Information Officer at Saint Elizabeth Health Care, where he is responsible for all Information Technology and Information Management initiatives. His role is two-fold; creating a solid infrastructure to provide for growth, and utilizing the best of emerging wireless and mobile technology to improve the work environment for nurses, rehab staff, personal support workers, and their clients.
Roy has over 30 years experience in IT and, prior to joining Saint Elizabeth, held executive positions in Pharmaceutical, Aerospace and Defense, and Manufacturing industries.
Roy holds a BSc in Computer Science from Ulster University and as well as being an accomplished musician, he has published eight novels, none of which have anything to do with IT. His most recent novel has been adapted for a screenplay, with the Indie movie ‘Twisted Pieces’ to be released in 2015.
Saint Elizabeth Health Care (SEHC) is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization that shares its talent and wisdom nationally and internationally through direct care and service, consultation, and education and e-learning to support the transformation of care for families, health organizations and communities.
With nearly a century of experience and a dynamic talent team of 8000 SEHC delivers six million home care visits annually and in 2006 was recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada. The organization is leading the industry in its incorporation of technology to build local capacity and improve health care practices and client care. SEHC’s vision is to Honour the Human Face of Healthcare.
Ralph provides leadership and direction to Canadian Blood Services’ Information Technology (IT) division. IT is a critical enabler necessary for the organization to deliver its products and services safely and efficiently. Ralph is responsible for ensuring IT aligns with and enables business operations and strategy.
Ralph joined Canadian Blood Services in June 2012 and has extensive technology and business experience in both the private and public sectors ranging from high tech to higher education. Before joining Canadian Blood Services, Ralph was the chief information officer at Carleton University for 10 years. Other experience also includes a variety of senior business roles at Newbridge/Alcatel and technology development in research and development at Mitel Corporation.
Ralph holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Windsor and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Ottawa. He is a registered professional engineer in the province of Ontario.
Kirk Serjeantson is the Chief Information Officer for the Dicom Transportation Group. With over nineteen years of experience in information technology and eleven of those years in a senior leadership role, Kirk has gained significant experience developing high performing teams and executing on large technical projects. Kirk has a proven track record of driving innovative solutions to surpass corporate objectives. Eight of these innovations have been filed as patents and one invention was nominated for an international innovation award. Kirk holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Rotman School of Business and is currently completing a Masters in Strategic Foresight and Innovation at OCAD University.