New eHealth Ontario CEO announced

Hot off the presses:

http://ehealthontario.on.ca/News/2010/March10_2010.asp

“Mr. Greg A. Reed has been nominated as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and member of eHealth Ontario’s board of directors.”

Mike

P.S.

Some additional information:

From bio on “Business for the Arts” web site (http://www.businessforthearts.org/about-us/board-directors#gareed)

Greg A. Reed (Toronto) is former President & CEO of Dundee Bank of Canada. He is a director of the National Arts Centre Foundation and a former director of The National Ballet of Canada. He recently shifted his career to the financial arena following a 20-year career with international consulting firm McKinsey & Company in New York, London, and Toronto. Last year, Toronto Mayor David Miller asked him to serve, on a voluntary basis, as his Special Advisor on Enterprise and Culture. Mr. Reed holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.

From 2003 Press Release (http://www.nbc.ca/bnc/cda/newsdetail/0,2714,articleCode-12420_divId-2_langId-1_navCode-6100_viewFilter-2003,00.html)

As a Director of McKinsey & Company, one of the world’s most renowned consulting firms, Mr. Reed was a co-founder and builder of McKinsey’s Electronic Commerce Practice, and he recently served as a leader of its Corporate Finance and Strategy Practice. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.

From 2006 Press Release (http://www.dundeecorp.com/pdf/PR-Feb1-2006.pdf)

As past President and CEO of Altamira Investment Services and a senior executive of the National Bank of Canada, Mr. Reed led the introduction of rapidly-growing banking products delivered to clients through their independent financial advisors. Previously, he pursued a successful 20-year career with international consulting firm, McKinsey & Company. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.

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