This year has brought new changes to the Board and its leadership. Kids Brain Health Network (KBHN) is pleased to announce that David Kuik has agreed to serve as Board Chair of the Kids Brain Health Network.
Kuik has been a part of the KBHN Board since 2017 and is passionate about helping children with neurodevelopmental disabilities.
“I’m honoured to continue leading KBHN in its third research cycle. It’s a pleasure to work with KBHN in finding potential solutions for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families,” Kuik said.
Kuik is also the Chief Executive Officer and a Co-Founder of Norima Consulting Inc. With Norima, Kuik has over 20 years of consulting experience, with a focus on system integrations and implementations in healthcare industries. This experience proved beneficial in 2018 when he assumed the position of Board Co-Chair and worked alongside Donna Duncan to support Cycle III renewal.
“David is passionate about helping children with neurodevelopmental disabilities,” said Nicola Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of KBHN. “His energy and enthusiasm for the mission of KBHN is contagious and it is a pleasure to continue to work with David in this new capacity as he and the Board work towards positive outcomes that benefit our community”.
Kuik has consistently worked with organizations that leverage innovative technology to promote positive change in the lives of many. Kids Brain Health Network is no exception. As the new Board Chair of KBHN, Kuik will help to provide direction to the strategic plans and objectives of Kids Brain Health.
“Kids Brain Health Network and its research projects can improve outcomes for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families,” Kuik said. “I’m honoured to have the responsibility of leading the Board in ensuring this vision becomes a reality.”
Please join us in welcoming David Kuik as KBHN Board Chair. Together with our researchers and partners, KBHN will move knowledge to impact in our areas of focus across the breadth of neurodevelopmental disabilities.