The Mayor’s Breakfast – A Conversation with Mark and Cameron
April 29 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Join Mayor Jim Watson, the Ottawa Board of Trade and the Ottawa Business Journal as the highly anticipated Mayor’s Breakfast returns on Thursday, April 29 with a great conversation between Mark Sutcliffe, and Cameron Love, President and CEO of the Ottawa Hospital.
Start your morning with a cup of coffee and join in from 7:30AM – 8:00AM as we network and connect with colleagues in the business community (Zoom link to be provided).
At 8:00AM, Mayor Jim Watson will give his update from City Hall and then tune in for a conversation between Mark and Cameron on Rogers 22 and The Mayor’s Facebook Page.
The Mayor’s Breakfast Series is an opportunity to network and stay informed on issues vital to Ottawa’s prosperity and quality. Focusing on issues such as economic development, transportation and the environment, this breakfast series provides an opportunity to network and stay informed.
President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
The Ottawa Hospital
Cameron Love is the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Ottawa Hospital (TOH), one of Canada’s leading academic health sciences centres. He took on this leadership role as of July 1, 2020, in an unprecedented time as Ontario’s health system adapts to a new service model in the wake of COVID-19.
Cameron is an inspirational leader, dynamic and engaging, who leads through collaboration and mutual respect. He is determined to continue building TOH’s reputation as a global leader in health care, research and education, improving the lives of people in our community, province, and country.
In his mandate as CEO, Cameron aims to advance the programs and services at TOH; to help innovate new deliveries of health care by empowering TOH clinical teams and scientists; and to partner with patients and families in the Champlain region to deliver the best care.
The hospital’s core values of ‘Compassion, Teamwork, Commitment to Quality and Respect for the Individual,’ are bolstered by Cameron’s passion and integrity, which he has applied in the health-care sector since 1998. Cameron served on TOH’s transitional leadership team that guided the merger of five local hospitals, leading to the creation of TOH and the integration of its programs and services across several campuses.
To read more about Cameron, click here.
Entrepreneur, Coach, Mentor and Consultant
Mark has had a long career in business and media. He started in broadcasting while still in high school and launched his first business when he was 19 years old. Since then, he has launched, owned or invested in more than 10 companies and created dozens of products and services. Mark had served on the boards of more than a dozen organizations. He has been interviewing, studying and analyzing entrepreneurs and leaders for more than 25 years. He has done hundreds of hours of research on business lessons and best practices. And he has personally advised, coached and mentored more than 100 entrepreneurs, CEOs and organizational leaders.
Mark’s award-winning media career has included print, radio and television. He has been a daily newspaper columnist, a talk-radio host, a baseball play-by-play announcer, a Sunday-morning political TV host, and more.
Mark has been a proud volunteer, activist and community leader. He is a member of the Order of Ottawa and was named the United Way’s ambassador of the year.
To read more about Mark, click here.
Date and Time
Friday Apr 30, 2021
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
8AM – Virtual Networking
8:30AM – Opening Remarks
Ottawa Board of Trade Member – $50+ HST
Future Members – $75+ HST
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