Board of Directors
Nancy Lum-Wilson graduated with a Pharmacy degree from the University of Toronto, obtained her MBA from the Ivey School of Business at Western University in 2005 and her C.Dir. designation from the Directors College at McMaster University in 2022.
Her background in the private sector includes both hospital and community pharmacy; as well as senior roles in the pharmaceutical industry in market access and pharmacoeconomics strategy.
In 2005, she joined the public sector as first Manager and then Associate Director of the Drug Benefits Management Unit of the Drug Programs Branch at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, later moving to Manager of Policy in the Health Programs Policy and Standards Branch where she was responsible for Mental Health and Addictions as well as Primary Care policy.
In 2012, Nancy became the Director of Health System Planning and Design at the Central Local Health Integration Network, where she was responsible for the community portfolio, including Home and Community Care, Mental Health and Addictions, Chronic Disease Management, Palliative Care, Primary Care and Health Links (collaborative care).
In 2017, Nancy joined the Ontario College of Pharmacists as CEO and Registrar where she drove the transformation of the College into a data-driven organization to support the implementation of a system-based outcomes focus to regulating the practice of Pharmacy. She steered the College and the profession of over 25,000 registrants through the Covid-19 pandemic and under her leadership, the medication safety program was implemented, governance reform was completed, evaluation was embedded into policy development, and for the first time in Canada and internationally, system-based quality metrics have been established to better align community pharmacy care with the entire health care system.
Nancy joined the Yee Hong Centre Board in June 2022 and sits on the Governance Committee and the Quality Committee.