Sydney Kodatsky, MBA BSc.Mech Eng
Executive Director, Answering TTP Foundation
Kodatsky was originally diagnosed with TTP in September 2008. Since that time she has persevered through two additional relapses and garnered support for this orphaned condition along the way. She is a senior manager for the Unilock Group of Companies and works out of the corporate office in Toronto. Sydney graduated from Queen’s University Engineering in 2003, and in 2008 she successfully completed her MBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Sydney received a Volunteer award from Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto for her outstanding dedication and service.
Chair & Secretary of the Board, Answering TTP Foundation
Levine is a lawyer practicing at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP in Toronto. He has considerable experience in government and politics and has worked both on Parliament Hill in Ottawa and at Queen's Park in Toronto. Among other things, he served as senior policy adviser to Ontario's attorney general, as director of political operations to the leader of Canada's official opposition, and as law and justice policy adviser on the successful re-election campaign of an Ontario premier. He has served as adviser, strategist, and campaign organizer to a number of current and former federal, provincial and municipal politicians. Alexis is an adjunct professor of Public Law & Decision Making at Osgoode Hall Law School, and sits on the Toronto Area Committee of Legal Aid Ontario.
Treasurer, Answering TTP Foundation
Kosloski is a Manager, Finance and Administration at Manulife Real Estate in Toronto where she is responsible for accurate financial reporting, reviewing budgets, overseeing audits and realty tax appeals and ensuring all transactions are compliant with SOX policies. Prior to working at Manulife, Jennifer was the Controller at Whiterock REIT, responsible for corporate accounting and financial reporting and was involved in property acquisitions and equity financings. Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario (B.A. Political Science) and is a Certified General Accountant. She is also a member of Toronto CREW, NAOIP and volunteers with Dress for Success Toronto.
Vice Chair (Advocacy), Answering TTP Foundation Sherri
Sullivan is a clinical pharmacist with the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Schulich Heart Program. A University of Alberta graduate, she works with patients who have undergone cardiac and vascular surgery. Sherri also has extensive experience as a community-based pharmacist, having practiced in Edmonton prior to establishing herself in Toronto in 2007. She assists the University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy by precepting fourth year pharmacy students on their clinical rotations. Sherri also enjoys volunteering for the Girl Guides of Canada.
Vice Chair (Grants), Answering TTP Foundation
Lee is the Vice-President, Research at the MS Society of Canada. She is responsible for and working as part of an exceptional community of clinicians, scientists and MS staff. She provides leadership to the research programs of the MS Society and the MS Scientific Research Foundation to further the research mandate in North America and internationally in an effort to finding a cure for MS. Karen holds a B.Sc. Honours in Cell Biology from University of Western Ontario and a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Medicine from the University of Ottawa. She also has experience in volunteering on different boards and community programs.