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A MedicAlert subscriber for nearly 40 years, Leslie became President & CEO in May 2020 with a focus to protect more Canadians, increase MedicAlert’s charitable impact, and build on a solid foundation of partnerships with Canada’s first responder community. A passionate health care champion, Leslie has spent more than 30 years in the health sector primarily focused on advocacy, fundraising and innovation – a mix of experience that ensures MedicAlert continues to evolve to meet the needs of its subscribers while remaining true to its core mission. Leslie joined MedicAlert as SVP, Growth & Strategy in 2019 coming from one of Canada’s best-known digital technology agencies. She has also held senior executive positions within an Ontario Crown Corporation, one of the world’s best-known public relations firms, and two of Canada’s globally-recognized academic health sciences centres. Leslie’s consulting clients have included several iconic Canadian and global brands including Loblaw, SickKids, the Canadian Cancer Society, the University of Toronto, Pfizer, and Eli Lilly. A journalist by training, Leslie holds a Master of Journalism from Western University (UWO) and is the recipient of several awards for her work in the field of advertising and marketing. She is also strongly connected to the community having sat on various boards and board committees for Meals on Wheels, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, the Thames Valley Children’s Centre and the Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace.
Clint Kimchand is MedicAlert’s Vice President, Operations. He joined the organization in 2017 and has over 20 years of call centre management experience.
Clint has previous experience as an Executive Account Manager, supporting some of Canada’s largest telecommunications, banking services, and financial providers. He is a customer-first leading manager who is dedicated to ensuring MedicAlert’s subscribers receive excellent customer service and care.
Clint completed a Computer Programming Technician Diploma from The University of Trinidad and Tobago - San Fernando Technical Institute.
Stefanie joined MedicAlert in 2009 and was appointed Associate Vice President of Research and Programs in 2022. In this role, she leads the research and programs mandate of the organization to further MedicAlert’s mission to protect more Canadians in their time of need.
Stefanie has held several positions during her tenure, including working with the medical team to collect and vet subscriber-provided health information, working with the quality assurance team to ensure health information collected and engraved on all MedicAlert IDs meet globally-accepted medical standards, and managing MedicAlert’s partnership programs and initiatives.
Stefanie holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from De La Salle University, Philippines. She has worked on various research and co-authored 2 peer-reviewed publications.
Stefanie also holds a Masters in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, with a focus on Health Promotion.
She is a member of the Ontario Public Health Association and the Canadian Public Health Association.
Terence joined MedicAlert in 2018 as the organization’s Finance Manager, and was promoted to Senior Director of Finance in 2022.
Prior to joining MedicAlert, Terence worked as a Financial Advisor for one of Canada’s major food manufacturers and as Senior Accountant for a leading accounting and advisory firm in Canada. He has a strong background in auditing primarily in the non-profit, real estate, and oil & gas sectors. Terence holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto (St. George) and received his Chartered Accountant designation in 2014.