Michelle E. DiEmanuele is President and CEO of Trillium Health Partners. She has built a successful career in both public and private sectors and is known for her ability to lead large-scale change and cultural transformation.
Previously, Michelle was Associate Secretary of Cabinet and Deputy Minister in the Ontario Government. During this time, she led the renewal of public services through “Service Ontario” including the introduction of the first ever “Money Back Guarantee” for government services in North America. She reformed human resources, information technology and business services for the Ontario Government. She has also served as Interim CEO at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, Assistant Deputy Minister of Health, Vice President (Branch and Small Business Banking, Retail Markets/Human Resources), CIBC and Vice President (Human Resources and Organizational Development), Brookfield Properties Ltd.
Michelle is in the Hall of Fame of Canada’s Top 100 most Powerful Women and was recognized as a Top 40 under 40. In 2012 she received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal. She serves on a number of Boards, including; the Executive of the Conference Board of Canada, as well as participating on the Civic Action 2011-2015 Steering Committee, Civic Action Regional Transportation Initiative and the Toronto Academic Health Science Network.
Michelle is a dynamic leader recognized for her ability to guide complex organizations through periods of significant change successfully. She has expertise in human resources management, information technology, business process re-engineering, stakeholder management, strategy development, government relations and operations.
Her breadth of public and private sector experience has provided an excellent foundation for understanding regulatory environments and how the private sector can work effectively with government to achieve better outcomes.
She received her BA in Political Science from the University of Waterloo, her MA in Political Science from the University of Toronto and was accepted into the Harvard Executive Leadership Program for 2011/12.