Wangari Muriuki (Resignation accepted in May 2017)

Wangari Muriuki is a social service professional with 20+ years’ experience in the areas of Health Advocacy, Equity and Diversity and Health Policy.

She is the CEO of Wangari Muriuki Consultants and is on contract with the Anne Johnston Health Station as an Accreditation Consultant. Wangari has recently worked with the Massey Centre for Women as the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Consultant. She is a former Executive Assistant to a Toronto City Councillor. In addition to Social Service expertise, Wangari has been a co-project manager with AFP Philanthropy Foundation for Canada Conference, the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Black Health Leadership Network Summits and the Toronto District School Board Parent Conference. Wangari has extensive volunteer board experience including serving on the Toronto Board of Health; the Health Equity Council; St. Michael’s Hospital – Mental Health Community Advisory Panel. Wangari is the Vice Chair College of Homeopaths, Ontario. She is Board member of the Fred Victor Centre. Wangari is a Certified Accreditation Reviewer with the Canadian Centre for Accreditation. She pursued a B.A. in Communications at City College, New York. She holds a Certificate in Community Based Research from the Wellesley Institute. She is certified in the Management for Health Services from St. Michael’s College University of Toronto.