Jennifer Graham - Vice President, Interim President
Jennifer Graham was born with a CHD - congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (ccTGA). Jennifer has been a part of CCHA since 2006. She graduated from Carleton University with a B.Sc Hon in Biology and Psychology. During her career she has held various positions including Project Manager, Computer System designer and developer, Process Re-engineering Analyst and National Trainer in the Insurance and Pharmaceutical industries.
While part of the CCHA team, she has helped organize events fundraising and social events as well...
Survey Invitation for New CHD “Fearless Physical Activity” Events
CCHA wants to hear your ideas for our “Fearless Physical Activity” events!
CCHA needs your help to design physical activity events specifically geared towards children, youth and adults with CHD.
In order for CCHA to make these “Fearless” events as helpful and successful as possible, you are invited to complete a very brief survey asking for your opinion on the design of these events. What activities would interest you?When and for how long would you want to participate?
The survey will take only 5 minutes. Click on the link...
The Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance (CCHA) is thrilled to announce they are the successful recipients of a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. This grant will fund a comprehensive, ground-breaking two-year study – ‘Fearless Physical Activity’ - to support the delivery of high-quality, meaningful physical activities for children, youth and adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) and their families.
Thanks to an Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund grant of $186,934, this unique project, in collaboration with Dr. Pat Longmuir of the Healthy Active...
The Congenital Heart Surgeons' Society Data Center takes pride in their research and it would not be possible without the annual participation of the patients and families enrolled in their studies. Please click on the banner to be part of their team and to join their community.