Carrie Fletcher has a healthcare career spanning 22 years. She currently holds the role of Vice President People & Experience at CAMH in Toronto, ON. Her past roles encompass frontline clinical care in cardiac diagnostics and cardiac rehab, primary care administration, clinical application project management, implementing and operating an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO), and health information management (HIM). In Ms. Fletcher’s role as Sr. Director EPMO & HIM, under her leadership, the CAMH EPMO was recognized internationally as the Project Management Institute’s, PMO of the Year for 2017. Ms. Fletcher has spent much of her focus and energy over the past 4 years working collaboratively with CAMH’s unions – ONA and OPSEU, to support improved health and safety of CAMH’s staff, physicians, volunteers and students. This work has included, but is not limited to, the reset of CAMH’s Joint Health and Safety committees, and the inception of a Workplace Violence Prevention committee. This work has been integral in garnering highly positive working relationships with CAMH’s unions and has laid the infrastructure to further support CAMH’s Safe & Well journey. This work continues with dedicated focus on anti-racism, anti-oppression and horizontal violence under the Fair & Just strategic initiative at CAMH.
Ms. Fletcher has earned a B.Sc Kinesiology with a minor in Gerontology from the University of Waterloo, an MHSc Health Administration from the University of Toronto, and a certificate in Strategic Human Resource Management from Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto. She is also certified as a Canadian Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.