Dr. Lee Fairclough, MHSc, BSc, MRTT is the former Vice President of Strategy, Knowledge Management & Delivery at the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, a national organization specialized for improving cancer control in Canada. Lee has also served as the Director of the first Toronto Regional Cancer Programme as well as the Director of Informatics and the Clinical Research Unit at Prince Margaret Hospital. Lee completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and Mathematics at McMaster University, followed by a collaborative Medical Radiation Technologist (MRT) program through Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and The University of Waterloo. She also holds a Master of Health Science degree from University of Toronto. The recipient of various prestigious awards, Lee holds the Robert Wood Johnson Investigator Award in Health Policy Research and the Louise Lemieux Charles Emerging Health Leaders award. Her diverse background and vast expertise in various health care sectors, have positioned Lee as a forefront force responsible for implementing change and improving our healthcare system.