Executive Biographies

Olga Giovanniello M.Ed, C.Dir.
Board Chair

Olga Giovanniello M.Ed, C.Dir.

Olga has over 30 years Human Resources experience leading and implementing HR strategies in large, complex organizations and is the Executive Vice President of People and Culture at Sienna Senior Living Inc.  Her focus and that of her team is the Team Member experience so that Sienna Senior Living can ensure that the residents enjoy and experience “the warmth of human connection”.  Prior to joining Sienna Senior Living, Olga was at Canadian Tire Corporation where she was most recently Senior Vice-President, Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness.  In this capacity she was responsible for the leadership of the HR function for the Company.  Olga also spent ten years at Sears Canada in various HR and business roles including Vice-President, Financial Services.  Her HR career began at TD Bank where she spent 10 years in management positions and senior HR roles.

Olga has a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Education degree from the University of Toronto.   She holds the Chartered Director (C.Dir) accreditation from McMaster University and is Chair of the Trillium Health Partners Foundation Board.


Steve Hoscheit, President & CEO, Trillium Health Partners FoundationSteve Hoscheit, CFRE
President & Chief Executive Officer

As President and CEO of Trillium Health Partners Foundation, Steve Hoscheit has successfully led the recent amalgamation of the Credit Valley Hospital Foundation and Trillium Health Centre Foundation, which took place in July 2013.

A graduate of the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Economics, Steve continues to enhance his skills through a variety of professional education courses. He is also a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) through the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).

Steve has an impressive record in both the private and non-profit sectors. He joined Trillium Health Partners Foundation in 2008 from the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation (ACHF) where he served as President and CEO, leading a team of 40 individuals and surpassing the $30-million mark in net revenue.

Prior to his appointment to the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, he enjoyed a 13-year career with Ketchum Canada Inc (KCI). As Senior Vice President, he was responsible for the management and growth of the firm’s activities in Western Canada and effectively collaborated with over 75 clients in campaign management – objectives ranging from $3 million to $100 million.