Meet the Hemophilia Ontario staff! Whether behind the desk or working out in the community, our group is dedicated to serving our membership through our mission of striving to improve the health and quality of life for all people with inherited bleeding disorders and to find a cure.
Jenna Foley – Executive Director
888-838-8846 x 17
Jenna is in charge of the organization’s overall activities. Contact her directly for the financial assistance program, the new peer support program, the advocacy committee, and feedback/questions/comments you may have at any time. If you have concerns about a program or service, please let Jenna know.
Matthew Maynard – Provincial Coordinator, Member Support
888-838-8846 x 15
Matthew will be expanding his support worker role to the entire province. Contact him directly related to registering with a clinic, accessing community services, support for individuals impacted by HIV/HCV, or general bleeding disorder inquiries. Matthew also oversees the webinar series and the Adult Network.
Alex McGillivray – Provincial Coordinator, Member Engagement
888-838-8846 x 14
Alex is taking on the new provincial clinic attendance role, providing information on programs and services to individuals and families at their clinic appointments across Ontario. This role plays an integral part in our relationship development with the health care provider teams and also directly with our members. Alex will continue to lead the agency social media accounts and other communications.
Susan Turner – Provincial Coordinator, Administration and Events
888-838-8846 x 11
Susan will continue to provide administrative support from our Toronto office. Contact Susan if you would like to make a donation, or if you have questions about fundraising events or tax receipts. In addition to the golf tournament, zoo walk, and bingo sessions, Susan will also be developing new fundraising activities for the province. Let her know if you have any suggestions or if you would like to be a volunteer.
Stephanie has supported our Northern Ontario regions for years, playing an integral role in the education services and social opportunities available. There is a new program in development for Northern Ontario called VEINS (Valuing Equity in Northern Services). We hope to be able to share good news about this program and Stephanie’s involvement in the near future!
888-838-8846 x 12
Emily has joined the Hemophilia Ontario team to implement the Fresh Pine program, a youth engagement initiative to redevelop a sustainable program for children and youth in Southwestern Ontario, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Ideally, the redesigned program will be able to be replicated across the province in 2019. Contact Emily to find out what opportunities for involvement will happen near you, or to discuss the Pinecrest Adventure Camp program for 2018.