Tim D’Souza

Senior VP, Finance & Business Ops

Tim D’Souza, Senior VP, Finance & Business Operations, Diabetes Canada

has almost 30 years of finance, consulting and leadership experience, helping a wide range of organizations improve what they do.  His experiences span a wide range of industries and companies – from Fortune 10 companies to small non-profit organizations in developing countries.  He started his career working in international development, assisting small and mid-sized non-governmental organizations develop and execute strategy and operational improvements.  Tim then spent about 20 years in the private sector, working in strategy and finance with companies like IBM, Sun Life Financial and Pet Valu. He returned to the non-profit world and served as the Chief Operating Officer at Children Believe, formerly the Christian Children’s Fund of Canada.  He helped improve the organization before moving over to Diabetes Canada, where he serves as Senior VP, Finance and Business Operations.  Tim holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto, an M.A. from the University of Guelph and an M.B.A from Yale University. He is also a trained accountant and holds the CPA, CMA designation.   Tim serves on several boards of directors.  These include the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants of Canada, the Canadian Chiropractic Examine Board and the Ontario Internal Audit Committee (Agencies and Transfer Payments Advisory Committee). Tim teaches part-time at Nipissing University, Algonquin College. McMaster University and the Insurance Institute of Canada.

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Day 1: May 3, 2023

Day 2: May 4, 2023

9:30 am

9:30 am


Attract, Retain and Train Talent in a World of Cost Pressure Challenges

Organizations are adapting to the new post-Covid world of hybrid working. A changing workforce of new career expectations relentlessly drives its own pressures. Adapt your business to this new workforce environment to deliver improved bottom line performance and improved employee wellbeing. Take away specific solutions to:

  • Harness existing transferable skills and competencies
  • Utilize cost effective or minimal training programmes
  • Adapt to demographic changes with new recruitment solutions

Apply new skills and strategies to overcome increasing cost pressures.