National Director, Workplace Mental Health Program, CMHA National.
Sarika leads the CMHA nation-wide Workplace Mental Health Program. This program includes a suite of tools and resources that support both the employer and the employee. She works closely with CMHA colleagues, partners and stakeholders at the national, provincial and local levels to improve capacity and delivery of workplace mental health programs and services to support the implementation of Canada’s National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety.
Sarika is currently a member of the steering committee for the Mental Health Commission of Canada Case Study Research Project and a member of the technical committee for the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety.
She holds a Master of Science in Health Services Administration from D’Youville College (Buffalo, New York) and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York University.
She currently serves as Board Director for Links2Care, a multi-service, community support organization delivering a wide variety of programs and services for seniors, adults, youth, and children in Halton Region and Mississauga.