VP of Corporate Services – John Billington
As the Vice President of Corporate Services, John's main area of focus is the corporation's budget development and submission process, working collaboratively with the Ministry of Health and health system partners. He is also responsible for eHealth contracts and procurement, strategy, policy, business relationship management, enterprise risk management and records management.
John's extensive professional experience includes financial and leadership roles in a variety of government ministries including three years as the Executive Director of Corporate Services at the Ministry of SaskBuilds and Procurement, a lengthy period at Finance, as well as roles at Government Relations and Municipal Affairs.
John is a people first practitioner and appreciates the importance of building trust and confidence with teammates. He has a knack for seeing how things might someday be in an organization and collaboratively working with coworkers to achieve that vision.
VP of Human Resources - Shauna Young
As Vice President of Human Resources, Shauna focuses on ensuring our growing organization has the resources it needs to meet the complex demands of the Saskatchewan health system, while making sure our employees have what they need to succeed. Shauna approaches her work with a strong focus on collaboration and partnership; she jokes her rural roots drive a "keep it simple, keep it practical" philosophy.
Over the past two decades, Shauna has held positions of increasing responsibility with the Public Service Commission. She has extensive experience serving clients across the Saskatchewan public service, including the ministries of Environment, Parks Culture Sport, Finance, and Health. She has built teams and led senior level consulting across a range of human resource services, including labour relations, talent development, organizational diagnosis and design, leadership development, and strategic workforce planning.
Shauna served four years as Mayor of Pense, was a member of the Regina-Moose Jaw Economic Co-ordination Committee, and a member of the board of the Saskatchewan Transportation Company.