Executive Director, Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre
Following the amalgamation of CHEO and OCTC in October 2016, Anne is playing a lead role in integration of programs and services to create a system of care for children and youth. Anne is co-chair of the Special Needs Strategy Planning process in Ottawa and supports all planning tables across the region. She brings enthusiasm and energy in leading others through transformative change.
From 2010 to 2016, Anne was seconded to the Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS) on a part time basis to lead the development of a new clinical information system (GoldCare) across 17 children’s treatment centres in Ontario.
Anne Huot joined OCTC as Director of Client Programs and Information in December 1999. As a professionally trained social worker, Anne provided leadership within OCTC to deliver high quality client-centred care and supports through a variety of programs and services. She identified new and emerging opportunities for partnerships between organizations to streamline the client experience and make best use of resources.
Anne was also OCTC’s Privacy and Information officer and lead for Information Technology and Information Management.