Dana Elliott is the Program Coordinator of the Pharmacy Technician Program at Stenberg College. She has been working as a Pharmacy Technician in both community & hospital pharmacies for the past 22 years. Dana works on both the instructional and development side of the Pharmacy Technician Program: monitoring students in the field and working in curriculum development. She is a member of the Canadian Association of the Pharmacy Technicians (CAPT), Pharmacy Technician Society of BC (PTSBC), and the Canadian Pharmacy Technician Educators Association (CPTEA). She is also on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Council for Continuing Education in Pharmacy (CCCEP). Dana loves bringing her years of experience to students and helping them learn and grow in the world of Pharmacy.
Rapinder Chahal has been working in both community and hospital pharmacies since 1995. Rapinder was one of the inaugural Pharmacy Technicians of B.C. and has her Provincial Instructor Diploma and a Bachelor of Arts in Adult Education. She is a member of the Canadian Association of the Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacy Technician Society of BC, and the Canadian Pharmacy Technician Educators Association. Rapinder volunteers on the College of Pharmacists Hospital Advisory Committee and Discipline Committee.
Daisy Robillard is a Regulated Pharmacy Technician and a Stenberg College Pharmacy Technician program instructor. After graduating from Vancouver Community College in 1991, Daisy secured a job in a retail pharmacy where she worked for over ten years as a Pharmacy Assistant. From 1995 on, Daisy was also working as Pharmacy Assistant with Fraser Health. In 2011 Daisy completed a Pharmacy Technician Bridging program and became a Regulated Pharmacy Technician in 2013. A Stenberg instructor since 2014, Daisy teaches online courses, as well as instructing in Stenberg’s Pharmacy Technician laboratory in Kamloops. Her favourite thing about working at Stenberg the opportunity to make a difference in her students’ lives and help them reach their goals.
Prabh Mann holds a Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of British Columbia. She is a registrant of the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia and has been working as a community pharmacist for 9 years. By supplementing her in-class instruction with her practical experience as a community pharmacist, she keeps the students engaged and helps grow their critical thinking skills.
Michelle Hennig graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, followed by completion of the certification process to become a Registered Pharmacist with the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. Since that time, Michelle has been a community pharmacist, a role she now shares with her work as an online instructor for the Pharmacy Technician Program. Having grown-up in a northern community, Michelle values the opportunity the online format of the Pharmacy Technician Program affords, regardless of where a student calls home.
Raj Mann is an instructor in Stenberg’s Dispensing Optician Program. A Licensed Optician with over 20 years of experience, Raj teaches online and in-class modules, educating students on eyeglass dispensing, contact lens fitting and automated refraction. She also works as an independent contractor, fitting specialty contact lenses on film and television sets, and has served as a board member for the College of Opticians of British Columbia.
Gisele Klein is a Licensed Optician the owner of Impressive Eyewear and a Stenberg Online Instructor. Gisele holds Registered Licenses in Optician, Contact Lens fitting and Automated Refraction at the College of Opticians of British Columbia and is the past President of the Opticians Association of Canada – BC Chapter. With over 35 years of experience in the optical industry, Gisele enjoys sharing her passion with students, and is proud to have been a part of the Program Advisory Committee that crafted the Dispensing Optician program curriculum.
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