Chief Executive Officer, Circle of Care and Vice President, Sinai Health System
Carey Lucki assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer, Circle of Care and Vice President, Sinai Health System on December 5, 2016. Prior to this, she held the role of Interim President/Vice President of Client Services at Circle of Care, Sinai Health System.
Carey’s health care background spans 27 years in both acute and home/community care settings. She has held various roles in operational management, administrative excellence (policy and programming), project management, quality & risk, and strategic planning. Carey led a 3 year candidacy initiative for Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) designation (Registered Nursing Association of Ontario) and has co-led and/or participated in many sector initiatives (hospital/CCAC/LHIN) over the years.
Her portfolio at Circle of Care includes oversight of all CCAC/LHIN contracts ($46 million annual budget) and home services programs including the Holocaust Survivors program, centralized Transportation services (iRide), the Adult Day Program, Assisted Living, Meals on Wheels, the Volunteer Program, Family Caregiver Programs and Exercise and Falls Prevention classes. Carey also has oversight of Quality and Risk and Operational/Process Improvement at Circle of Care as well as Sinai Health System Integration and Transformation initiatives.Carey graduated from the University of Toronto in 1989 with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and additionally holds a Masters of Business Administration with Distinction, from the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
She is a regulated member of the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists.
Mary Louise Hall
Vice President, Finance
Mary Louise Hall is Circle of Care’s Vice President of Finance. Prior to joining Circle of Care, Mary Louise was a partner with Collins Barrow Toronto, a professional accounting firm. She brings with her a broad range of experience in many industries, with considerable specialization in not-for-profit organizations. Mary Louise is actively involved in her community through many volunteer activities.
Mary Louise obtained her Chartered Accountant designation in 1991 and has a Bachelor of Commerce from Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Vice President, Technology & Information Systems
Vin is responsible for the development and use of all technologies at Circle of Care. Vin developed EasyCare, the agency’s customized client information management system which is used in the coordination of client care. Before officially joining Circle of Care, Vin was consulting and developing solutions under his own company ‘BitStream Software Solutions’ for 17 years. With over 20 years of Information System experience, Vin has worked/consulted with various clients including:University Health Network; Millward Brown; Goldfarb; IBM; OPSEU; Atomic Energy of Canada; Ontario Hydro; Environment Canada; Vancouver Stock Exchange and others.
Vin has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Waterloo in Applied Physics.
Vice President, Human Resources & Administration
Silvia Marabeti is a Certified Human Resources Professional with over 15 years experience in government, banking and professional service firms. In her role as Vice President of Human Resources, she is responsible for strategic planning as well as the overall direction of all HR activities at Circle of Care. Silvia provides leadership in the development and implementation of sound people management practices such as performance management, employee development, compensation, employee engagement, organizational design, and change management.
Silvia holds a Masters degree in HR Management from York University and has an MBA from Royal Roads University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Director, Holocaust Survivor Services Funds & Community Relations
One of Circle of Care’s longest standing employees, Arnold has been employed with Circle of Care in a number of different capacities since 1982. He has been instrumental in the development of many innovative programs for seniors, including Habayit Shelanu – a supportive housing project, assisted transportation, inter-generational programs and specialized volunteer services.
He is currently responsible for management of Holocaust Survivor Services, as well as community relations. He is the staff support for Circle of Care Foundation, Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences and the Holocaust Survivor Fund Advisory Committee. Arnold has a Bachelor of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He also holds a Certificate in Volunteer Administration and is Health & Safety certified by WSIB Ontario.
Director, Operations and Process Improvement
Supriya Gade joined Circle of Care in April 2015. She is responsible for Operations and Process Improvement activities and Integration related projects within the Sinai Health System. Her notable work from the past includes setting up Quality Assessments and Process Improvement methods at the Correctional Care and Transplant Department in UTMB Health (Texas) and project management of the Chatham Kent Health Link. She is a physician by background and an MBA graduate.
Supriya is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Healthcare Administration with Central Michigan University.
Director, Client Services
Martin Davidek joined Circle of Care in March of 2017. Martin has more than 11 years of health-care and non-profit leadership experience. He has worked with a wide variety of stakeholders including community support agencies, hospitals, LHINs and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to build partnerships, identify performance improvement opportunities, foster continuous quality improvement and ensure effective client-centered support.
Martin has worked in a variety of health-care and non-profit sectors, including provision of support to people with substance abuse issues, mental health challenges, developmental disabilities and home health care needs. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Science in Human Services with a specializiation in Non-profit Management, and a Master of Business Administration. Martin is currently responsible for client services including a range of LHIN contracts and client-facing operations.
Director, Communications & Marketing
Christina Campbell joined Circle of Care in March of 2017. She brings more than 17 years’ experience with a background that includes journalism, marketing and corporate communications. Most recently, Christina led the internal communications portfolio at Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health System. She works closely with executive teams to provide strategic communication advice that aligns with business objectives, drives employee engagement and builds community support and awareness.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University.