The key success factor for WMC is the strength, depth and experience of our management team.
William J. Shapiro, P.Eng. MBA, President & CEO
Bill is the President and CEO of Workplace Medical Corp. Since joining WMC in 1991, Bill has played a leading role in the growth of the company from a local occupational health clinic to a national provider of occupational health and absence management services.
In addition to his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, Bill also earned his MBA from the Ivey Business School.
Angelo Carofano, MBA, CPA, CMA, Executive Vice President and CFO
Angelo has been a senior executive with Workplace Medical Corp. (WMC) since 2002 and is responsible for leading the accounting/finance, human resources, and operations departments, as well as spearheading mergers and acquisitions.
Angelo also acts as WMC’s Senior Consultant in absence management and engages with WMC’s large absence management and disability management clients across Canada and the U.S.
Prior to his role with WMC, Angelo held several senior positions in commercial and corporate banking throughout Canada, and has been a professor at the college level teaching labour economics and industrial relations.
Angelo holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, an accounting designation, as well as a certificate in Human Resources.
Business Unit Leaders
Len Lyons, General Manager, Mobile Hearing Testing Division
Len heads the Mobile Hearing Testing Division at WMC. He is responsible for the development, management and execution of hearing conservation programs for WMC.
Before joining WMC in 1990, Len received his diploma in Acoustical Engineering Technology as well as various industry-related certifications including the Certified Hearing Conservationist from CAOHC and his Hearing Conservation & Audiometry certificate. He has a comprehensive background in acoustics, noise control and analysis, audio engineering, audiometry and hearing conservation program development.
Kim Vicari, General Manager, Occupational Health Division
Kim heads the Occupational Health Division at WMC and is responsible for leading an OHS team, as well as managing various occupational health services. In her dual role, she provides services to customers and manages a team of WMC health providers, as well as liaisons with employers for the WMC company doctor program.
Before joining WMC in 2009, Kim graduated from Sheridan College and launched her career in the healthcare industry, specializing in pain management. This led to her current role in occupational health, where she enjoys supporting companies to proactively prevent absenteeism in the workplace.
Anne Maul, Manager, Disability Management. Anne heads the Disability Management division and is responsible for all claims, disability management and return to work services. Anne has been worked in the insurance industry for the past 20 years where she spent the first half of her career working in the legal department of a major insurance company as assistant to legal counsel until she transferred over to the claims department advancing to senior claims management handling diversified groups and professions at some of GTA’s major insurance companies . During her professional career Anne has gained extensive medical and legal knowledge and has attended numerous industry seminars and off-site training. Anne is currently working on the completion of her Certificate in Integrated Disability Management with the University of Fredericton.
Eric Davie, Sales Manager
Eric heads the Sales team for WMC and is responsible for coaching and mentoring the sales team, for growth not only within the organization but within the team as well.
Before joining WMC in 2017, Eric was a successful and dynamic sales leader in both the office supplies industry and the telecom industry. Having always had a passion for the medical industry he found the role at WMC to be a perfect fit. Eric also has a background in First Aid as a Medical First Responder and has been providing first aid for over 10 years.
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