Lindsay Peach is an accomplished health executive with 20 years of leadership experience
spanning the continuum of care in integrated health systems. Lindsay is currently the Executive
Director with Tajikeimɨk, the new and developing Mi’kmaw health and wellness authority. Prior
to this, Lindsay served as Vice President, Health Services with Nova Scotia Health Authority
where she provided strategic leadership as a member of the inaugural executive leadership
team for the provincial health authority. Lindsay had previously served as Vice President,
Integrated Health Services with Cape Breton District Health Authority.
Lindsay holds a Master of Health Services Administration from Dalhousie University and a
Bachelor of Science from Acadia University. She is also a Certified Health Executive (CHE) with
the Canadian College of Health Leaders and has completed the Executive Training for Research
Application Fellowship with the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement. In 2017,
the Canadian College of Health Leaders recognized Lindsay as a young healthcare leader who
has demonstrated leadership in improving the effectiveness and sustainability of Canada’s
health system by presenting her with the Robert Zed Young Health Leader Award.