Rosemary Hannam is the Director of the Sandra Rotman Centre for Health Sector Strategy at the Rotman School of Management. She is passionate about building connections between the business school and the health sector broadly, and pulls together the best of research and education of Rotman faculty to help leaders tackle health system challenges more effectively.
Most recently Rosemary supported the launch of Rotman’s new Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences, which welcomed its first class in October 2018. Prior to that she co-authored a white paper on effective support services for seniors, and was seconded to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term care as a Senior Policy Analyst to provide research and writing support to the Expert Advisory Committee on Primary Care (“The Price-Baker Report”) that met throughout 2014 and 2015. She is also focused on exploring Michael Porter's and Elizabeth Teisberg’s ideas on Value-Based Care and how Ontario's public healthcare system could benefit, as well as the role of mentorship in graduate education.
She has a BA in Political Science (International Relations) from the University of British Columbia (1994) and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management (2003).