As Vice-President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer for the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Robbie Peters provides leadership in the areas of Financial Services, Supply Chain and Contract Management, and Enterprise Risk Management.
Since 2013 Robbie served as the Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer at the former Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. He has also gained significant experience working with private sector organizations during his 18-year career at Grant Thornton LLP.
Robbie received a Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of PEI, and his Chartered Accountant designation in 1995.
Stacey Bosch comes to her new role as Executive Director of Corporate Accounting and Financial Reporting from her previous position of Vice President of Corporate Services for the former Heartland Health Region. Stacey will provide leadership and support in overseeing corporate accounting including treasury functions, financial transactions, internal control and audit procedures and senior leadership and board reporting.
Stacey is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree. She also has a University Certificate in Accounting and holds the professional designation of Chartered Professional Accountant. Stacey is a member of the Shared Services Oversight Committee, she recently served as a board member for Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada and was a member of both the Audit and Finance Committees.
Stacey is excited about continuing to work with Saskatchewan Health Authority partners, leaders and finance team to ensure trust and confidence in the delivery of corporate accounting and reporting.
Connie Glaves is the Executive Director of Finance Business Advisory Services and Business Improvement for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). Connie and her team will provide financial support to the leaders across SHA, assess, monitor and report status related to budgets and identifying variances, assist in identifying critical financial issues, financial planning for capital projects, lead business case development and business improvement activities.
Connie served as the Vice President of Corporate Services for the former Kelsey Trail Health Region. Prior to her VP appointment, she served in a variety of leadership positions within former Kelsey Trail Health Region and the North East Health District.
Connie has an extensive finance background, having been employed in health care and municipal administration. Connie achieved her Degree in Bachelor of Accounting Science from the University of Calgary and Certified General Accountants. Connie has a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Designation and is a certified Lean Leader.
Connie is excited to work closely with SHA leaders and promote business improvements in a patient-first health environment.
Brent Kitchen is the Executive Director of Enterprise Risk Management for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). Brent has a unique breadth of experience gained through progressively responsible leadership roles over 20 years in the former Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. Brent served as Executive Director of Patient and Employee Safety, Director of the Quality and Strategy Business Unit for the Surgical Services, Women’s and Children’s, Ambulatory Care and Kidney Program portfolio, Director of Risk Management and Regional Manager of Respiratory Services. Brent’s certificate in Risk Management and Safety through the Canadian Health Care Association, his completion of the Saskatchewan Leadership Program, his Lean Leader certification as well as his certificate in Health Care Administration through the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Commerce are important contributors to his achievements.
Brent’s goal for the Enterprise Risk Management portfolio is to address the risks and seize the opportunities that exist across the SHA. Achieving this goal will ensure we are continuously improving our system for the people we serve.
Shane Merriman is the Executive Director of Contracting, Procurement and Supply Management for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). Shane and his team are responsible for providing leadership and oversight for the contract, procurement and supply needs of the SHA.
Shane joined the health sector in 1995. He has served in the health system for more than 20 years in various leadership positions that include Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Corporate Services and most recently as Chief Executive Officer for the former Kelsey Trail Health Region. Shane obtained his Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation in 2004 and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
Shane looks forward to working collaboratively with SHA leaders, stakeholders and his team to execute operational plans that align with the strategies and priorities of the SHA.
As Executive Director of Financial Planning, Budget and Analytics, Lorelei Stusek will be responsible for the developing, leading, planning and monitoring of the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s operating and capital budgets. Her role will also include the development and analysis of financial benchmarking, case costing and key financial metrics to be used organization wide.
Lorelei began her career as an accountant and moved into health care in 1994, into the position of Chief Financial Officer with the Assiniboine Valley Health District in Kamsack. In 2002, she became the Vice President of Corporate Services with the former Sunrise Health Region in Yorkton.
Lorelei graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Business Administration and the Executive Leadership Program. Through the years, Lorelei has been actively involved in numerous provincial health system committees. She holds membership with the Canadian College of Healthcare Leaders and is a Certified Lean Leader.
Lorelei is enthusiastic and committed to building and contributing to a sustainable health system that is safe, seamless and meets the needs of the patients and families.