Ms. Caroline Roy-Egner
Caroline Roy-Egner is currently Vice-President, Strategic Planning, Transformation and Chief Human Resources Officer at Hôpital Montfort. She holds two degrees from Université Laval: one in industrial relations (1991) and the other in civil law (1993). In 2003, she completed a master’s degree in public administration at the École nationale d’administration publique from Université du Québec.
Caroline built most of her professional portfolio in the Ontario broad public sector. Prior to her current role, she was Associate Vice-President, Human Resources at the University of Ottawa, Chief Human Resources Officer at the French Public School Board of Ontario, and Director of Human Resources at Bruyère Continuing Care.
In addition to her professional career, she is married to a high-tech sales executive who travels the world on a regular basis and together, they are raising two beautiful teenage daughters. As such, she is busy and quite active in her community, either as a leader for Girl’s Guides or on various parent’s councils and sports teams.
Ms. Roy-Egner has accumulated over 20 years of human resources experience in bilingual organizations, 15 years of which has been at the senior level positions. While labour relations is her primary area of expertise, she has been the architect of numerous effective human resources programs aimed at improving employee engagement, performance and retention as well as creating healthy workplaces in both the education and the health care sector in the Ottawa area. Her recent return to health care to join the team at the Montfort, was driven by their broad workplace transformational agenda.