May 22-25, 2018

Program Leaders

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Julia Ann Scott, RN, BA, MBA

Julia Ann Scott
RN, BA, MBA

Julia Scott is a Registered Nurse with an MBA, and a founder/facilitator of the Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute. In addition to her extensive operational experience within acute care she has worked as a management consultant for a variety of organizations and sectors across Canada. Most recently she has held the position of Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive at two Ontario community hospitals where she led numerous successful clinical redesign initiatives. Julia is a skilled facilitator, passionate about person centred care and in supporting nurses to demonstrate their impact on outcomes. She is currently consulting to a variety of hospitals and associations including the Canadian Nurses Association.

Beverley Simpson, RN, BScN, MSc, CMC

Beverley Simpson
RN, BScN, MSc, CMC

Bev Simpson is a masters-prepared nurse, a certified management consultant and leadership coach, specializing in people, teams and systems development. Bev has broad experience in staff, management, education and project leadership roles in education and healthcare agencies, she has developed in-depth expertise in advancing professional practice, creating successful change initiatives, building strong teams and executing innovative solutions in complex environments. She works with health care agencies seeking solutions to complex practice and organizational issues, and has a wide-ranging network of collegial relationships that sustain her practice and her learning. She is a certified master facilitator and coach with The Leadership Challenge (Wiley) and has coached and mentored dozens of health care leaders across a spectrum of roles.

Judith Skelton-Green, RN, MSN, PhD, FCCHSE

Judith Skelton-Green
RN, MSN, PhD, FCCHSE

Judith Skelton-Green is a Masters’ prepared nurse who has a doctorate in Human and Organizational Systems, and is a Fellow of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Judith has more than 30 years of leadership experience in widely varied health and educational settings. Since 1995 she has been President of TRANSITIONS, a consulting firm specializing in facilitating human and organizational change. She has consulted to over 120 different clients in approximately 200 engagements, mostly in the areas of strategic planning, organizational (re)design, leadership development, and systems improvement. Judith is widely published and is a frequently sought speaker, facilitator, mentor and coach.