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Executive Leadership Team

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's team of senior leaders across the country are dedicated to helping people who are blind or partially sighted enhance their independence, safety and mobility.

Patrick Levesque, President and CEO
Patrick Levesque joined the VLRC team in 2021 as an experienced change leader in the ever-evolving health care landscapes. With a solid background in rehabilitation community health care services, organizational practices, and quality improvement initiatives, his focus is on client-centred care to ensure every person in need has the opportunity to live a healthy, productive life of their choice and a better future. Read more about Patrick Levesque…

Josie McGee, Vice President, Healthcare Innovation
Josie is the executive lead for government relations, business development and growth of Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada, and has operational responsibility for Western Canada. She is an occupational therapist with 19 years of previous healthcare and business development experience. Before joining the team in 2019, she held the role of national director, healthcare innovation at CBI Health Group.

Christopher McLean, Vice President, Service Quality and Health Standards
Christopher is responsible for business intelligence, quality assurance and regulatory compliance for Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's health services. He joined us in 2018 after 15 years with our affiliate organization, the CNIB Foundation, where he held progressive roles in philanthropy, government relations and rehabilitation service management. He is the former board chair of Halton Family Services.

Jennifer Urosevic, Vice President, Healthcare Operations
Jennifer is responsible for leading Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's service delivery operations in Ontario and Quebec. As Vice President of Healthcare Operations, she also provides oversight of organizational accreditation and operational standards for health care services. Jennifer has spent more than 20 years managing various levels of vision loss rehabilitation, and has presented globally on a variety of topics including, early skills in orientation and mobility, accessibility of the built environment, youth programs and pathways to vision rehabilitation.