Paul Armstrong

Board Member 

Mr. Armstrong, who serves as Vice President, Academic at Mohawk College, brings with him extensive experience as a medical professional, administrator, educator and volunteer in the Hamilton and Brantford communities. Mr. Armstrong is a trained medical imaging technologist who holds diplomas in both Diagnostic Ultrasound and Radiological Technology from Mohawk College, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from Queen’s University. Prior to taking on his current role as Mohawk’s Vice President, Academic, he served as the College’s Dean of Health Sciences, Community and Urban Studies; Director of Academic Relations; Chair of Health Sciences and Human Services; and Faculty in the Department of Medical Imaging; as well as having spent numerous years as a practicing Ultrasound and Radiological Technologist at Hamilton General Hospital and McMaster University Medical Centre.

In addition to his impressive employment background, Mr. Armstrong has been an active member of the community and has leadership governance experience with numerous healthcare, educational, and charitable organizations. He currently serves as Project and Group Advisor to Queen’s University School of Business and as Committee Member on Hamilton Community Foundation’s Community Health, Education and Research Fund. In joining the LHIN, Mr. Armstrong resigned from his board positions with Brain Injury Services of Hamilton and with the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Community Care Access Centre (HNHB CCAC). He also previously served as both Board Chair and Facilities Chair at Grand River Community Health Centre, Board Chair at Umbrella Family and Child Centres of Hamilton, Board Member at Hamilton Children’s Aid Society, Board Member at Grand Valley Educational Society, Board Member at the Canadian Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Board Member at the Ontario Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and Board Member at Workforce Planning Board of Brant, as well as well as fulfilling volunteer roles with numerous other community and athletic groups.

Paul Armstrong