Our Team: Senior Management

Vision. Leadership.

PSHSA’s senior management team has the experience and the ability to guide the organization and its people toward delivering on its mandate.

Ron Kelusky
President & CEO

Ron KeluskyRon Kelusky was appointed as President and CEO of PSHSA effective March 4, 2013.

Ron has been with the Canadian Red Cross, Ontario Zone since 2009 and was their Director General as well as the National Executive Lead for Health programs prior to joining PSHSA.

Ron’s leadership experience spans the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining the Canadian Red Cross, Ron was President of GestureTek Health, a healthcare technology company focused on the development and introduction of new and convergent medical technology into global health markets. Ron has also served as COO of the Ontario March of Dimes and for more than 28 years worked with the City of Toronto. In the last 5 years with the City of Toronto, he served as Chief and General Manager of Toronto Emergency Medical Services.

Ron currently serves on the Boards of a number of charitable organizations, provides consulting services to government on an ongoing basis on emergency medical services issues, and has spoken both nationally and internationally on the subject of health care technology and health care reform.


 

Glenn Cullen
Vice President, Corporate Programs & Product Development

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Glenn is a senior executive with 25 years of progressive responsibility and experience in small, medium and large sized organizations. His career encompasses both for-profit and not for profit experience in the public and private sectors. Media, Financial Services, Information Technology, Consulting Services, Education and Government make up Glenn’s portfolio of sector experience.

Past and current accountabilities and responsibilities have given Glenn a talent for and success in Strategic Planning, Organizational Design, Finance, IM/IT, Marketing, Human Resources, Business and Product Development.


 

Kim Slade
Director, Research & Product Development 

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Kim Slade is the Director of Research and Product Development at Public Services Health & Safety Association. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Communications and also has an Adult Education Certificate from OISE University of Toronto. Kim is also part of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Technical Committees on Occupational Health and Safety Training as well as the Paramedic Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Standard. She has been in the field of OHS training and education for the past 15 years.


 

Joanne Clark
Director, Marketing Communications & Public Relations 
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Joanne is a Digital Marketer and Public Relations Executive experienced using technology platforms and business processes to drive results. Currently, Joanne works across all PSHSA Sectors leading Marketing Communications and Public Relations efforts. Joanne’s experience spans website development, information architecture, eCommerce best practices, social media content & engagement strategies, marketing analysis & Media Relations. Joanne’s background includes leading major digital accounts for some of the world’s largest advertising agencies as well as client side experience with National Canadian brands. She has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English from the University of Toronto and a Diploma from Seneca College in Creative Advertising. She is also a member of ORFA’s Technical Advisory Committee.


 

Susan Sun
Director, Finance & Administration 
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Susan joined PSHSA as Manager, Financial Services in July 2012 and became Director, Finance & Administration in January 2013. Susan has almost 20 years of financial experience that spans the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining PSHSA, Susan had been with the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place (BOG) since 2008 and was their Finance Manager of Exhibition Place, Canadian National Exhibition and Canadian National Exhibition Foundation. Susan was the Accounting Manager at Suzuki Canada Inc. prior to joining BOG. She also had financial experiences in entertainment, retail and property management industries.

Susan holds the designation of Charted Professional Accountant (CPA) and designation of Certified General Accountant (CGA). Susan received her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from Shandong University of Finance and Economics in China.


 

Matthew Kenedy
Director, Digital Learning Solutions 

mattMathew is a passionate and driven learning professional with almost 15 years in the education and learning field. Prior to joining PSHSA, Mathew held the position of Manager, eLearning Education for the University Health Network (UHN). Mathew led a team of instructional designers, LMS administrators, Quality Assurance Specialists and System Analysts in an effort to design, develop, implement and maintain high-quality eLearning for Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital. Mathew also initiated and led the eLearning program for Toronto Rehabilitation, Canada’s largest physical rehabilitation hospital after serving as the National eLearning Specialist for Scotiabank’s electronic banking sector. Mathew holds his Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Instructional Design as well as a Masters Degree in Education.


 

Henrietta Van hulle
Executive Director, Health & Community Services 

img-henvh-copyHenrietta has a deep commitment to and passion for improving the health and safety of those working in the health and community care sector. With over 30 years experience serving the healthcare sector, Henrietta has built a reputation of expertise and professionalism and is a valued member of every team. Henrietta’s knowledge and experience encompasses all aspects of occupational health and safety, but specialities include infection prevention and control, workplace violence prevention and disability management.

Henrietta began her career as a Registered Nurse in the hospital sector where she cared for patients for 17 years. She remained in the hospital setting for an additional four years in Occupational Health and Infection Prevention and Control. Henrietta joined Public Services Health & Safety Association, formerly the Ontario Safety Association for Community and Health, in 2005 as a Regional Consultant, and, since then, has held a number of positions, such as Program Specialist, Director of Prevention Services West and Acting Senior Director.

Henrietta is a passionate leader with a transformational and innovative leadership style, a high level of emotional intelligence, well-honed communication skills, and a proven ability to inspire and motivate. As Executive Director of the Health and Community Care sector at PSHSA, Henrietta is ready to lead, manage and develop a cross-functional team of health and safety professionals as they support the OHS prevention strategy in Ontario’s health and community care settings. She looks forward to working collaboratively with senior leaders and stakeholders to develop and institute innovative health and safety best practices which will provide the foundation and capacity to achieve greater advances in corporate safety culture. 


 

Ryan Adam
Director, Health & Community Services 

adam-copyRyan Adam is the Director of Health & Community Services team with the Public Services Health and Safety Association. In the role, Ryan leads a team of dedicated health and safety professionals serving Ontario healthcare and community care sectors. Ryan has over 10 years of occupational health and safety experience, working in multiple sectors, including healthcare, education, government, and industrial sectors. He holds a Master’s Degree in Human Kinetics (Ergonomics) from the University of Windsor. Ryan also has his professional designation as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP).


 

Monica Szabo
Executive Director, Government, Municipal & Public Safety

img-monicas-copyWith over 26 years of experience in environmental health and safety, Monica A. Szabo is a senior leader who has built a reputation for developing progressive and results-oriented health and safety solutions for the broader public sector. Monica is a Registered Occupational Hygienist (ROH), Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and ABIH/BCSP Certified Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST). She completed the Queen’s Operations Leadership Program in 2006.

In her current role as Executive Director, Government, Education and Public Safety (A), Monica is responsible for ensuring the quality and effectiveness of product and service delivery with a focus on the broad strategic goals and objectives. Monica works collaboratively with staff, senior executives, councils, boards and unions and looks forward to continuing her work to significantly improve results for clients in the public sector.


 

Patricia Clausen
Director, Government & Municipal Sector 

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Patricia leads a team of consultants specializing in the municipal and government sectors. She has over 17 years experience in ergonomics and as a Health & Safety consultant in a variety of industries with a particular focus on municipal government. Patricia has a strong skill set in auditing, leading projects and the assessment, review and implementation of effective Health & Safety programs in various work settings. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, Masters in Business Administration and is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP).

 


 

Kim Litchfield
Executive Director, Education & Culture

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With over 17 years of experience, Kim Litchfield is PSHSAs Executive Director, Education, Culture and Training Delivery. Kim brings a wealth of progressive experience in the Ontario Prevention System and has a CRSP designation. Kim is recognized as a stakeholder focused leader with the ability to identify new revenue streams and leverage existing opportunities. Kim is a passionate leader on the topic of safety culture and played a leadership role in the development of the CEO Leadership Network and Canada’s Best Health & Safety Culture Award (Canada’s Safest Employer Awards) in her previous role at WSPS.

Kim started her career as a Health and Safety Consultant at OSSA working with service sector employers. As Manager of Key Accounts, Kim and her team worked collaboratively with internal stakeholders to provide service sector and manufacturing industry groups, advisory committees, and executive teams of strategic corporate clients with solutions to business needs and leading practices. Kim demonstrated supportive leadership and change management during the HSA amalgamation. In her recent role, Director, Central Region Kim was responsible for business plans, sales strategies, marketing plans, and targeting initiatives. Kim developed working partnerships with key stakeholders such as System Partners, Trade Associations, and external business associates to advance regional and organizational objectives.