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Alain Doucet


Canadian College of Health Leaders

Alain Doucet joined the Canadian College of Health Leaders in 2018 after a 14-year tenure at the University of Ottawa, where he was most recently assistant dean, external relations, for the Telfer School of Management. Prior to holding these positions, he was vice president, marketing and communications, at Orbit IQ; general manager at Banfield Seguin, an Ottawa-based marketing and communications agency; and vice president, marketing, at ADVENTIS, a Boston-based global consultancy to the telecom, technology and information industries.

Before moving into senior leadership positions, Mr. Doucet held various product and marketing management positions in the financial services, business services and consumer goods sectors. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with honors, in business administration from the University of Ottawa (1983) and a Master of Business Administration degree, with distinction, from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University (1987). Mr. Doucet shares a passion with the college and its members to improve healthcare for their loved ones. As he says, “we are here to build and support the leadership of the Canadian healthcare system so that our family and loved ones get the care they deserve.”


How the Canadian College of Health Leaders Has Built Capacity, Community and Collaboration Throughout the Pandemic

Presented by Alain Doucet, Brenda Lammi, Jaason Geerts, PhD at 1:00 PM on Friday, March 26th.

This presentation will provide findings of ongoing research on health leadership through the pandemic’s stages, its impact on the services being provided by the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to its membership, and priorities for upcoming health leadership challenges and opportunities. CCHL began researching the experience of health leaders during the pandemic almost as…