Board of Directors
who we are
The Eating Disorders Foundation of Canada is governed by a Board of Directors driven to provide hope for those living with eating disorders, and their families.
Dr. Robbie Campbell
Dr. Robbie Campbell has worked with the treatment, recovery/relapse and research of anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders for over 40 years as a Psychiatrist. He brings vast clinical, research and administrative experience to the EDFC Board of Directors and has been named Professor Emeritus at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry for Western University
Dr. David Pilon
Dr. David Pilon has served on the World Health Organization’s consultation group and has been affiliated with the Eating Disorder Clinic at QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax for most of his career. Dr. Pilon is currently the Director of Dalhousie University’s Counseling and Psychological Services. A director of EDFC, Dr. Pilon focuses his efforts on enhancing access to evidence based mental health services, education and training.
Stephen Hodd is an engineer, innovator and entrepreneur with over 45 years of business experience. He has a developed a passion for eating disorder advocacy, which has pushed him to help in the development of residential treatment facilities. Hodd is also dedicated to ensuring the continuation of in-depth research about eating disorders.
Bill Rogers has been in the corporate finance business for over 36 years. He has served as both Chairman for Trillium Health Centre and Vice Chairman for Credit Valley Hospital. Over the years, he has witnessed the debilitating effects of eating disorders and has made it his mission to be an advocate and make a change.
Frank Hughes has served on a number of boards and advisory boards, for both for-profit and non-profit organizations, including the Graybar Canada where he served as President and CEO for over 40 years. Through his years of volunteer experience, Frank has developed a strong commitment to helping those with eating disorders and has dedicated his knowledge, experience, and generosity to the cause.
Maureen Wheller currently serves as the Senior Communications and Strategy Advisor for Nova Scotia Health Authority Mental Health and Addictions. Through her experiences, Wheller has seen the effects of mental illnesses, like eating disorders, and has made it her mission to care, support, and foster healthy communities.
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