Delaney HinesKarla Watson
Delaney Hines is currently the Lead for Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, and Anti-Racism at Ontario Health and holds a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Science from Carleton University, a Master of Public Health from Western University’s Interfaculty program in Public Health at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, and a Master of Business Administration from Quantic School of Business and Technology. Delaney brings over 11 years of experience working in public health research to digital health, and most recently equity, inclusion, and diversity. His interest in advancing the equity of Sickle Cell Disease care, and health promotion activities such as genetic screening stems from his time supporting the Ethical, Social and Cultural (ESC) Program for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Health and Global Development programs at St. Michael’s Hospital and the International Network for Evaluating Outcomes (iNeo) of neonates at the Maternal-Infant Care Research Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital. Delaney has served as lead for Postgraduate Medical Education Global Health Education Initiative (GHEI) for residents and fellows from 2010 – 2019 and the Global Health Mini-Masters (GHMM) summer program for Grade 7-12 students since 2016.
He is a long-time fan of the Toronto Raptors, an avid reader, movie watcher, amateur snowboarder, and lover of Jamaican cuisine.