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Julie Lantaigne, Hamilton
Julie Lantaigne is passionate about reinforcing access to health services as well as supporting the continual growth of individuals and their communities. Her more than twenty-five years of experience working with individuals and communities in various social service positions and advisory committees is crucial to her role as Executive Director of the French Health Network of Central Southwestern Ontario.
Ms. Lantaigne has demonstrated this passion by serving as an advisor on several committees for provincial and national strategic development within and for the Société Santé en français, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Child and Youth Services.
She has worked closely with the Local Health Integration Networks and the Alliance of Ontario Resource Networks as well as collaboratively with the French Language Health Planning Entities in Ontario (6 Entities) to ensure provincial coordination of health planning.
At the federal level, she is a driving force behind many structuring committees to maximize national efforts to increase impact and reduce cost in French language delivery of services and to increase the effectiveness of the organizational capacities of the country's 16 health networks.
Ms. educational background reflects her hard work and devotion. She is a graduate of the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Development studies and a specialization in Sexuality, Marriage, and the Family. She also holds a diploma in Social Service Work from Fanshawe College in London.
Ms. Lantaigne has called a variety of regions home in her life journey. She was born and raised in the Timiskaming Shores region of northern Ontario. She attended school and worked in the London-Middlesex and Kitchener-Waterloo regions, has worked in the Nipissing region, and has raised her three (now adult) children in the Hamilton-Niagara region where she continues to reside with her spouse of 29 years.