Colleen Hill

Provincial Lead, Indigenous and Women's Health
Heart & Stroke

Colleen is a passionate community builder, advocate and champion, who works on projects and issues that are dear to her heart - health and wellbeing, the arts and the environment. For more than 30 years, Colleen has dedicated her passion and her talents to community engagement, partner and funder relations and strategic communications skills in academic, public and not-for-profit positions. Colleen has enjoyed a colourful career so far at the local, national and international levels in early childhood education, as curator at an international children’s film festival and as an educator and advocator of AIDS awareness and prevention in rural America. Colleen is currently the provincial lead for Indigenous and women's health at the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Originally from Sudbury, Colleen studied at the University of Guelph, spent three years teaching at the University of Wyoming and now lives in Toronto with her two children and their dog.