Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto

Mariana Catz

Mariana Catz is a Managing Partner at Re-Solved a software implementation and consulting solutions provider serving clients in North America, Europe and Asia. She brings over 20 years of transformational leadership in the not for profit, public and private sectors. A thought leader with demonstrated success in Digital Transformation, Strategy, Operational Redesign and Impact Measurement.

As a Partner at Accenture she worked with clients internationally in leveraging data and technology to become high performing. She held senior roles as Chief Operation Officer at the Ontario Trillium Foundation, SVP Transformation at United Jewish Appeal. She worked in the health sector as Chief Information Officer in Academic Health Centers in Toronto and was appointed Chief Advisor for eHealth for the Canadian Federal Government. She was at the World Health Organization in Geneva, as part of a global initiative to develop the first ever International Classification of Impairments Disabilities and Handicaps (ICIDH) which then became adopted worldwide.

She holds a Masters in Health Science from the University of Toronto and is currently Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation where she lectures in health policy, strategy and finance. Mariana is committed to mentoring young professionals and has volunteered in her community in many roles.