Paul Wilton has previously served as president of Hemophilia Ontario and on several CHS committees, including the Blood Safety and Supply Committee.
Wendy Quinn, mother of a son with severe hemophilia A, is an advocate in the world of bleeding disorders nationally and internationally.
Prince Edward Island
Doug is an accountant with 40 years experience working in government, the private sector and the not-for-profit sector.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Jeff Jerrett is a Primary Elementary teacher in Central Newfoundland. He has severe hemophilia factor VIII deficiency and has been part of the NL Chapter for many years.
Brenda Godin is the mother of two sons with moderate hemophilia A and is a PEP facilitator with the Canadian Hemophilia Society (Parents Empowering Parents).
Samantha Kendrick is from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Derek Klatt is a Labour & Employment lawyer in Toronto, Ontario.
Kathy is a pharmacist who worked with a new drug-being developed for the treatment of people with hemophilia and inhibitors to FVIII/FIX.
Monica Mamut enters her eight year with the CHS, her leadership encompassing service as Chair of the South Western Ontario Region, Board member for the Ontario chapter, former Chair of the Care and Treatment committee, and member of the Governance committee.
Carmen has been a provincial board member for 12 years and has served at the national level for three years.
Milena is a mother of a son who has mild hemophilia A. She is President of the CHS – Manitoba Chapter.
Rick Waines is in his 50’s with severe factor VIII, HIV, and has been treated (and cured!!!) for hepatitis C.
Emil Wijnker is excited to serve as the Hemophilia Ontario representative to the Canadian Hemophilia Society and to once again represent South Western Ontario Region on the Board of Directors of Hemophilia Ontario.
Prince Edward Island
Cathy Wright is pleased to serve as President of the Prince Edward Island Chapter of the Hemophilia Society and also the PEI representative to the Board of the Canadian Hemophilia Society.