Diane Hupé is a bilingual health professional who brings to the Council on Aging of Ottawa decades of extensive health care experience in clinical, administrative, strategic leadership and governance roles. After beginning her nursing career at Montfort Hospital, she worked at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Cornwall where she also founded and managed a palliative care program. She then worked in a leadership role in the Home Care Program of Eastern Ontario. At Bruyère Continuing Care, she directed its palliative care program and became Senior Vice-President of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Executive. Her governance experience includes serving as board member of the Champlain Palliative Care Program, Bruyère Continuing Care, The French Language Health Services Network of Eastern Ontario and the Council on Aging where she chaired the Health Issues Committee. More recently, she was a board member of the Champlain Community Care Access Center (CCAC) and the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) Diane brings to the Council on Aging of Ottawa her interest in advancing person-centered integrated health care, particularly for seniors, and from a broad perspective of health.