MPA, BScN, RN
Lori Turik is responsible for establishing the strategic, operational and financial management of the World Health Innovation Network (WIN) and the Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health). She has extensive background providing strategic, business development, government and stakeholder relations and communications advice to public and private sector clients in her capacity as a Consultant. Her clients included the pharmaceutical industry, health care providers, not-for-profit associations and private businesses. Lori is the former Executive Director of the Ivey International Centre of Health Innovation where she led the successful development of the Centre, its products and services and grew the Centre’s reputation both nationally and globally. Lori has served as Senior Vice President Government and Industry Relations at GS1 Canada, Vice President Public Policy for the Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores, Senior Policy Advisor to the Minister of Health, Province of Ontario and as Director of Public Health Nursing Services, North York. Lori has held appointments and has guest lectured at the University of Toronto, and York University. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from Queen's University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Lakehead University. Lori is a member of the Canadian Institutes for Health Research Board of Governors and has worked on numerous boards and government committees. She continues to be involved in various professional, community and health related organizations.