Nicole Lafrenière-Davis, MSW
Senior Director, Health System Integration
Nicole Lafrenière-Davis joined the LHIN in November 2010 as the French Language Health Services Advisor. In November 2011, she became interim Senior Director, Health System Integration. In a career that spans 35 years, as a clinician and as an executive in the community and in the federal and provincial public service, she acquired expertise in health and social services policy and program development, in the negotiation of complex files with federal, provincial and territorial partners and in the restructuring of human services at the provincial, regional and local levels.
Nicole was a child and family health policy consultant to the federal and provincial governments and to the Commission nationale des parents francophones from 2002 - 2010.
Through the years, Nicole served on variety of boards at the national, provincial, regional and local levels in the area of health and social services and, in the more recent past, with a focus on French Language Health Services.
Nicole did her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa and her Masters of Social Work at Sir Wilfrid Laurier University. She has worked in Ontario and in the West Indies.