Title: Executive Director
Company: Alzheimer Society of Toronto
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Daniel Andreae, Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medical education and management.
Highly regarded in his line of work, Dr. Andreae is a professor at the University of Guelph-Humber and the first executive director of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. Citing his passion and dedication for the success in his career, he possesses a robust skill set that aids in his endeavors. According to Dr. Andreae, “Education is not just an intellectual exercise, it is most effective when the head meets the heart and knowledge can be applied to enhance the quality of one’s life on all levels; emotional, physical, spiritual and social.” He is guided by these principles in his line of work.
Owing his success to his own education as well, Dr. Andreae has studied and acquired various degrees throughout his career. He first started out at the Center for Mind Body Medicine in Washington DC, receiving Food for Medicine Training. Following this, he brought his studies to England, where he received diplomas in stress management, nutrition and Autism awareness via Stonebridge Colleges. At York University, he received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology with honors, and continued at Wilfrid Laurier University to receive a Master of Social Work with clinical specialization. He continued at the University of Toronto and earned a doctorate in adult education. In addition, Dr. Andreae was distinguished with an honorary doctorate of law from Assumption University.
Dr. Andreae has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who and various organizations due to the accomplishments of his work. He has features in the 2017 Marquis magazine and calendar. He has also received the Humanitarian Award and Lifetime Achievement Award through the organization. Dr. Andreae is also an adjunct associate professor at Renison University and has been involved with the Department of Continuing Education at Harvard Medical School. He is the former president of the Ontario Association of Social Workers and the chair of the patrons council of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. He is noted for leading a 10-year campaign to secure statutory legislation recognizing social work as a profession.
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