Stacey Daub is a senior executive with more than 15 years of experience in health care that has seen her advance through a series of leadership positions. She started her career in the independent living movement followed by six years with a large multi-service community-based agency serving seniors. In 1997, she joined the Toronto Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) progressing through increasingly responsible roles until 2006 when she was named Executive Director. She holds a Masters degree in Health Studies and Gerontology from the University of Waterloo, and a MBA from the University of Western Ontario's Richard Ivey School of Business.
Dedicated to advancing health service policy and practice, Stacey is actively involved in numerous academic research projects focused on promoting a client-centred system design, evidence-based practice and innovative approaches to care and treatment. An effective leader and consensus builder, she serves on a number of advisory and planning groups at the local, provincial and national levels. She is presently chair of the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation's Child and Youth Home Care Network, a national organization designed to foster and exchange research, policy, and practical expertise.