This award is presented to a leader in the healthcare system who demonstrates exemplary, sustained commitment to mentoring, and inspiring healthcare leadership.
2016 Recipient: Wolf Klassen, CHE
Successful mentorship is no fluke, and Wolf Klassen fosters it by focusing on the needs of the mentee. Wolf, a CHE and active member of the CCHL-GTA chapter, has championed mentorship at the individual, organization, and system levels.
Wolf has impacted hundreds of learners and professionals at the system level. He inspires students as an adjunct professor at the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation and acts as a mentor in CCHL’s Mentorship Program. As co-chair of Solutions, East Toronto’s Health Collaborative, Wolf rallies community leaders from diverse sectors to learn in a format that promotes professional growth, and builds networks for collaboration. Wolf’s quiet dedication to mentorship might easily go unnoticed because it permeates every area of his work.
Please see our most recent recipients listed below. Full biography's are available in our Leading Practices booklets.
2015, Ron Noble FCCHL FACHE
2014, Robert Devitt CHE
2013, Barbara Hall CHE
2012, K. Dwight Nelson CHE
2011, John King CHE
2010, Joseph Mapa FCCHL