Sheree Davis is a professional facilitator and consultant, specializing in consensus building, focused conversations, strategic planning, policy research and development, performance and career mentoring. She has over thirty years of senior management experience in public policy development and strategic planning in health care (mental health and addictions, maternal and child health, provider negotiations, system planning), public service labour relations, and integrated planning and accountability. Sheree is also a Certified Mediator.
Sheree has sat on the Advisory Board of the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, chaired the federal/provincial Advisory Committee on Health Services, and provided advice and support to the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Her Board experience includes: the Reena Foundation, United Jewish Appeal, Jewish Federation of Toronto, Bernard Betel Centre, John Howard Society and Elizabeth Fry Society in capacities including: strategy, capital development and construction, fundraising, strategic communications and human resources. Sheree joined the VHA Board in 2016 and is currently a member of the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation Acquired Brain Injury Committee and is the Vice President of Temple Har Zion in Thornhill.
Sheree holds a Masters in Social Work (Social Policy) from Carleton University, post graduate certificates from the Wharton School of Business, Harvard School of Business, Rotman School of Business and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.