Mimi Lowi-Young

Mimi has more than 35 years experience as an Executive Health Care Leader, with expertise spanning the acute care sector, continuing care sector, and community health and health charities. She has also served as a health systems strategic advisor.

Mimi joined the Alzheimer Society of Canada in December 2012 as Chief Executive Officer until June, 2016.

She was the Inaugural CEO of the Central West Local Health Integration Network in Ontario.

Mimi has extensive knowledge and experience as a Board Member on many health care and health charity boards including IABs at CIHR. She is also chair of the AGE-WELL Board of Directors and chair of the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation.

Mimi is a recipient of the ‘Tony Graham Award’ for Excellence in Board Service at the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Dean’s Philos Award, presented by the University of Ottawa.  She is a recipient of the Chairman’s Award for Distinguished Services from the Canadian College of Health Leaders and the Regent-At-Large Award and the Regent’s Award from the American College of Health Executives.

Mimi holds a B.Sc. in Physical Therapy from McGill University, a Masters in Health Administration and a Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Ottawa.  Mimi is a Fellow of both the Canadian College of Health Leaders and the American College of Healthcare Executives.  She has published many articles on quality and health systems transformation.