Susan Nall
Susan Nall
Director, Performance & Network Integration
Children's Treatment Network
In her role with CTN, Sue provides leadership for quality and performance initiatives, health records and privacy. She is also responsible for leading CTN’s workplace and service modernization in addition to our pandemic response. Sue comes to CTN having recently served as the Clinical Manager, Developmental Pediatrics and Rehabilitation at McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, where she was responsible for the operational excellence of the Ron Joyce Children’s Treatment Centre.

Sue is passionate about systems transformation and led the first Indigenous health partnership between MCH and de dwa da dehs nye Aboriginal Health Centres in Hamilton, Brant and Niagara, delivering on her commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion. During the pandemic, she led the specialized vaccine clinic for youth ages 12-18 aimed at ensuring accessibility for children with communication, functional or behavioural needs.

As Chair for the Empowered Kids Ontario Leadership Council Sue serves on the EKO Board of Directors. She actively participates on provincial steering committees and advisory panels aimed at improving system performance. An active community partner, Sue provides corporate governance on two boards of directors: Alternatives for Youth in Hamilton and Empowered Kids Ontario provincially.

Sue is a Developmental Service Worker and practitioner dedicated to supporting the lives of kids, youth and families with developmental disabilities. She is a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario for over 20 years and has her master’s degree in Business Administration.

In her spare time Sue explores her interests as a foodie, a traveler, and an avid reader.