Tim Howe brings over 30 years of experience in the health care sector, having held senior roles with Ottawa-Carleton Lifeskills, HAE Canada, Canadian Medical Association, the Ottawa Hospital Department of Anesthesiology and Canadian Blood Services.
To the Families Canada Board, Tim brings an expertise in business and financial management, strategic planning, risk management, advocacy and partnership development. Tim believes in giving back to his community having previously served as an elected member of the Board of Directors with Bruyère Continuing Care and Personal Choice Independent Living. He is also currently Board Chair for Western Ottawa Community Resource Center located in Ottawa.
Tim has a Bachelor of Science and a Master degree in Health Education (Dalhousie University) as well as a Master of Public Administration (University of New Brunswick) and an MBA (University of Edinburgh).
As the National Coach and Coordinator of Canada’s Wheelchair Tennis team, Tim coached Canada’s first-ever entry in the Paralympic Games held in Barcelona Spain in 1992. Tim and his wife Louise reside in Stittsville, Ontario.