Mind Forward Board of directors

Leading with excellence

To maintain transparency Mind Forward Brain Injury Services ensures information about our Board of Directors is available for public review. 
Learn about the wide range of expertise that guides Mind Forward’s decisions by reading about our Board of Directors.

Meet our Board of Directors

Meet the people guiding Mind Forward Brain Injury Services and helping to individuals whose lives are touched by Acquired Brain Injury.
Mind Forward exists so there can be the highest quality of life for individuals in Peel, Halton and Dufferin whose lives are touched by Acquired Brain Injury.

Brad Goegan


Tom Jakubowski


Lauren Sasaki


Lauren Sasaki is currently a Senior Counsel with the Ministry of Attorney General, Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks, with expertise in agency governance and regulatory compliance.
She was inspired to join the Mind Forward Board of Directors having seen firsthand the assistance that Mind Forward has provided and continues to provide to a family member. Mind Forward provides a caring and respectful environment for individuals and families impacted by brain injury and strives to improve the lives of these members of our community. Ms. Sasaki feels privileged to be a part of this amazing organization.

Alfred Ng


Alfred Ng is Director of Quality, Risk and Continuous Improvement at Grandview Kids. Alfred has a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Toronto, a BSc in Physical Therapy from McGill University and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Project Management Professional, and Certified Health Executive. In his over 15 years of experience leading performance improvement in public and private sector health services, Alfred has supported three different organizations’ in their receiving National Quality awards. Alfred has a passion for community services, specifically ABI given his past work providing rehabilitation services as a physiotherapist.

Clement Lowe


Colleen Clementi


With over 25 + years of experience in the non – profit sector, Colleen brings a strong passion for inclusion. Colleen began her career in the nursing field , changing paths to match her desire to lead, develop and create environments that welcome everyone in our community. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her husband, children and golden retriever.