Board of Directors
Jann is a nurse and retired public health nursing leader with over 35 years of experience. She has worked in many areas of public health including Tuberculosis Control, AIDS Prevention, and Mental Health and Addiction. She also worked extensively behind the scenes to help bring supervised injection services to Toronto. She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at OISE, the University of Toronto, and her research is focused on how there can be a more humane and holistic response to the drug crisis in Canada. A lover of dogs, she is also fostering a future Dog Guide. Jann has been a member of the Street Health Board since 2021
Amanda is the Clinical Leader Manager of the outpatient Women’s Health Care Centre and Pediatric Clinic at St. Michael’s Hospital. She holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Social Work from York University. As a passionate advocate for harm reduction frameworks and equitable access to healthcare for all, Amanda joined the Board in April 2021. Amanda currently sits on the Board of Directors’ Fundraising Committee.
Hormuz Dadabhoy is a Senior Venture Manager and Stream Lead for Blockchain with the Creative Destruction Lab. Hormuz was most recently with the Business + Higher Education Roundtable, where he was the Director of Operations. Prior to that, he worked for RBC Ventures and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada. Hormuz has an HBA from the University of Toronto and a Masters’s from Oxford University, where he worked on a variety of projects related to affordable housing. Hormuz lives in the StreetHealth catchment area and has been a passionate advocate for policy that incorporates harm reduction and increases access to healthcare services for all.
Paula has practiced as a criminal defense lawyer for over 30 years. In her work, she has seen firsthand how the criminalizing of drug use and addiction is harmful and dangerous. What attracted her to working with StreetHealth is the efforts to decriminalize drug possession and the provision of a safe supply of drugs for people who are using drugs.
Megan Kee is the Founder and Director of Twentytwenty Arts, a nonprofit that facilitates the production of social impact art projects, and Twentytwenty Design, a design and marketing agency that supports the communications goals of charities, non-profits, and social enterprises. Megan comes from a fine art background, with an MA with distinction in Museum and Gallery Studies. In addition to being an experienced project manager, graphic designer, copywriter, and strategic thinker, Megan is passionate about advocating for social change. Megan joined Street Health’s board in June 2021.