Welcome Stéphane D. Dorge

January 9 2020

The Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba (CHCM) is delighted to welcome Stéphane D. Dorge LL.B., M.B.A., to the CHCM team as the inaugural Director of Governance Services and Corporate Secretary.  He will join us as of February 10, 2020.  Stéphane has held the position of University Secretary for the Université de Saint-Boniface for the past 16 years.  Prior to joining the Université de Saint-Boniface, he worked as Competition Law Officer for the Competition Bureau of Canada and practiced law with Taylor McCaffrey, in the areas of Corporate and Commercial Law.

He has served on numerous corporate and community boards and is currently Vice-Chair of the Board of the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba and Vice-Chair of the Board of Caisse Financial Group.

Stéphane’s vast knowledge and expertise in governance and board support will be an incredible asset to CHCM, our Communities of Service and future partners. In this new role, Stéphane will be supporting CHCM’s board work and will also focus on providing strategic support to all CHCM sponsored Communities of Service Boards.  He will be responsible for coordinating the annual general meeting processes for CHCM and its sponsored Communities of Service, overseeing all board recruitment processes and related onboarding, building sound governance practices and capacity through continuing education, and supporting the implementation of CHCM’s sponsorship accountability framework. Please join me in welcoming him to the team.


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Members of our board and staff are gathered today to learn about reconciliation in a day facilitated by Indigenous Health (WRHA). One of the striking images we've seen is this tree illustrating the roots and the impacts of racism and discrimination on a patient's experience - the Determinants of Health. We're thankful to be able to spend this time together and to be able to discuss how we can more actively engage in reconciliation.
Les membres de notre conseil d'administration et notre personnel sont réunis aujourd'hui pour en apprendre davantage sur la réconciliation en une journée facilitée par Indigenous Health (WRHA). L'une des images frappantes que nous avons vues est cet arbre illustrant les racines et les impacts du racisme et de la discrimination sur l'expérience d'un patient - les déterminants de la santé. Nous sommes reconnaissants de pouvoir passer ce temps ensemble et de pouvoir discuter de la manière dont nous pouvons nous engager plus activement dans la réconciliation.
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