Will Falk is the managing partner and national leader of the Healthcare Services group at PwC and works in the firm’s Toronto office.
William brings 20 years as a senior strategist and consultant in New York and Toronto advising top academic centers, governments, and public companies in health care. He began his career with APM Management Consultants (later CSC Healthcare) in New York where he joined the partnership in 1997 rising to senior partner in 2000. He joined Capgemini in 2003 returning to Canada to build the national practice which was acquired by Accenture, where Will became the Managing Partner for Health and Life Sciences and a member of the firm’s global health and life sciences leadership team.
Over his career Will has had several formal advisory roles within government including as External Advisor to the Minister for the Treasury Board Strategic Review of Health Canada (2008) and as an advisor to the PM and Minister of Health during the 2004 First Ministers’ Meeting on Health care. Will has a long and distinguished career as a board director and advisor. He has served on a wide variety of public, not-for-profit and private sector enterprises from early start-ups to billion-dollar publicly traded companies.
Will has academic appointments at the University of Toronto as an adjunct professor at the Rotman School of Management and as an executive fellow in residence at the Mowat Centre for Policy Innovation. He is a University of Toronto graduate with a BSc and has an M.P.P.M. from Yale University.