Board of Directors

Amin Remtulla, MBA – Board Chair

With more than 20 years of experience with the Government of Ontario, Amin Remtulla has in-depth knowledge of the public sector. He has held several positions involving client services, technical operations, and services transformation. He is currently the Executive Director of Information Technology at the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). He is also the recipient of the Amethyst award for Public Service and has focused his efforts on public service delivery and providing innovative solutions for the accessibility of services to the citizens of Ontario.

Shelley Walkerley, PhD, NP-PHC

Dr. Shelley Walkerley is a Primary Health Care NP who has been practising since 1998. She is currently practicing weekly in a small general practice in Cambridge Ontario. She has had a specific clinical focus on smoking cessation, tuberculosis, and other respiratory conditions. She is also currently a provincial Course Professor Lead in the provincial NP educational consortium. She has served on the Board of the Emery-Keelesdale NP Led Clinic since 2010.

Sandra Olanubi, MScN, NP-PHC

Sandra is a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner with over 10 years of health care experience. She has practiced in various health care settings, including Trillium Health Partners, Humber River Family Health Team and other health institutions. She is interested in supporting the growth of Nurse Practitioner led Clinics and spends valuable time giving back to the community through volunteer and charity work. 

Alice Luk, MScN, NP-PHC, CHPCN(C)

Alice is a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner who also has her certification with the Canadian Nursing Association in Hospice Palliative Care. Having graduated in Nursing in 1998, Alice has been in practice for over 20 years and  has worked in various practice settings. This includes working in the Public Health Department, in Oncology, on a First Nation Reserve in Alberta, and in Family Health Care Teams. She currently works in home palliative care. She has an interest in support of the nurse practitioner-led clinics and has an interest in the delivery of healthcare in Ontario. Alice was a part of the Ontario Palliative Care Network working group, providing advisory and analysis in drafting of “The Palliative Health Care Delivery Framework – Focus Area 1: Adults receiving care in the home”.