The Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division Welcomes Camille Quenneville as CEO
The Board of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division (CMHA, Ontario) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Camille Quenneville as its incoming Chief Executive Officer.
Ms. Quenneville comes to CMHA Ontario with an impressive record of achievements and experience in the Not for Profit sector. Camille has held leadership positions in the educational, governmental and children’s mental health sectors. The Board of CMHA Ontario is confident that Camille brings to our organization the skills, knowledge, understanding and commitment to further the work of CMHA Ontario and help us make a real difference in fulfilling our mission.
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division is a not-for-profit, charitable organization whose mission is, “To Make Mental Health Possible for All.” CMHA Ontario and its 32 Branches in Ontario work together to ensure the mental health needs of individuals are addressed in a high quality, cost-effective way.
CMHA Ontario achieves its mission through public education, applied research and policy analysis, advocating for healthy public policy and building an effective and efficient health system. Promotion of personal and workplace mental health are key components of its public educational initiatives. CMHA Ontario pursues success through collaboration and partnerships spanning the public and private sector.
Founded in 1952, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division is a partner in a pan-Canadian organization with over 130 CMHA Divisions and Branches in communities across the country. The Canadian Mental Health Association has been a significant part of the mental health landscape in Canada for almost a century.