Our Leadership Team


Bruce Lauckner, Transitional Regional Lead  (West and CEO of Erie St. Clair, South West, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant and Waterloo Wellington LHINs), Ontario Health

Bruce is acting as the CEO for LHINs in West Ontario and supporting Ontario Health with transition planning. Bruce is an energetic and visionary leader with a passion for people and community health and wellness. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Waterloo Wellington LHIN in 2011. To this new role he brings 20 years of health care leadership and consulting experience, as well as 10 years of leadership experience in municipal government and financial services. Bruce is known for his "all of community" approach to the complex challenges facing health care today.        
Image of Hilary Anderson Hilary Anderson, Vice President Corporate Services and Human Resources

Hilary is a seasoned executive with over twenty years of experience in the health care system. As Vice President Corporate Services and Human Resources Hilary plays a vital role in driving organizational excellence and identifying strategies to enhance effectiveness and efficiencies in the delivery of patient care. She accomplishes this with her skill in forecasting capital, facilities, and staff requirements and successively developing effective action plans. Hilary is a true leader when it comes to providing expertise in strategic planning, project/change management and quality improvement.

Dan Brennan, Director Communications and Community Engagement

Dan Brennan comes to the LHIN with over 20 years of communications, public relations and strategic planning experience. With a passion for problem solving, Dan enjoys breaking down challenging issues with understanding, strategy and team work. Dan is a fluently bilingual communications professional who has gained unique health care perspectives leading challenging awareness campaigns, product launches, restructuring announcements and crises in Alberta and Quebec. Dan holds degrees in Mathematics, French and English and has completed the Canadian Securities Course. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of BioAlberta and was formerly a Board member of the Vimy Foundation.  
Picture of Lynn Hinds Lynn Hinds, Interim Vice President Strategy System Design and Integration

Lynn joined the South West LHIN in May 2016 as a System Design and Integration lead with a focus on meeting the needs of people who are frail and/or have medically complex conditions/disabilities. Prior to joining the LHIN, Lynn worked in the community health care sector for 18 years, providing leadership to a number of local and regional initiatives benefitting seniors, adults with physical disabilities, people who are palliative or at end-of-life, caregivers, and people with developmental disabilities.  She is passionate about working towards a better integrated system that provides people with the supports they require to age in place and remain connected to their community.

Daryl Nancekivell, Vice President Home and Community Care

Daryl is a strong leader who’s been with the organization since 2013, formally with the CCAC. Daryl has held various senior roles with the LHIN, including Director and previously the interim Vice President of Home and Community Care. Before coming to the LHIN, Daryl held senior leadership positions in community care and social service agencies. He has significant experience and skills in planning and coordinating organized and effective service delivery within various health and social service environments.

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