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Rebecca MacLeod is an instructor in Stenberg College’s Health Care Assistant Program. Rebecca began her career in healthcare in 2009 after graduating with a Diploma in Practical Nursing. For four years, Rebecca worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at a residential care facility in Victoria focused on geriatric mental health.
Rebecca Deak is a 2010 graduate of Stenberg’s Practical Nursing (PN) Diploma program, and a current Stenberg College instructor. Rebecca first began her journey at Stenberg in 2009. As a student in the year-and-a-half long PN program, Rebecca excelled academically, and was hired directly off of her final practicum at Abbotsford Regional Hospital, where she has worked since 2010.
Jocelyn Isaak is a Licensed Practical Nurse with over four years of experience in acute trauma and surgical units. Jocelyn has also worked as an international nurse in both Haiti and India. She teaches Stenberg students in-class and in clinical settings, and enjoys seeing her students grow in confidence and competence from term to term as they prepare for their career in nursing.
A Licensed Practical Nurse, Rose has been instructing at Stenberg College for over 2 years. She feels tremendous pride watching her students learn and grow as professionals. Rose thrives on watching her students become wonderful nurses, and feels a sense of fulfillment being part of their educational journey.
Kim holds her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Diplomas in both General Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing. She feels psychiatric nursing is a rewarding field that helps to bring hope to those with mental illness and assists them to enrich their lives. Kim has always enjoyed the academia of the teaching and learning environment, and finds the drive and dedication of her students to be the most rewarding aspect of her job.
After completing her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Victoria in 1991, Marita moved to Vancouver and earned her Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing in 1994. Her varied and rich professional career has included Detox; Community Mental Health; Neuropsychiatry; Acute Psychiatry; Mood Disorders; Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use; Residential Living and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Donna Lessard is a Stenberg College RDPN instructor, and living proof that it is never to late to make a career change. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the age of 50, before going on to become the Gerontology Education Project Manager for what is now known as the Interior Health Authority, and later working as an Administrator for Berwick on the Park retirement community.
Prentice Geary in an instructor and clinical monitor in Stenberg’s Regional Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing program. Prentice holds a Bachelor of Arts as while as a Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing, and is currently pursing a Masters of Business Administration through the Australian Institute of Business. A Stenberg employee since 2014, Prentice also works as a Clinical Coordinator at Squamish Mental Health & Substance Use Services.
Donna Klingspohn has been a Registered Psychiatric Nurse for over 30 years and has extensive experience in mental health and addiction services as well as provincial program oversight and administration. She holds a Master of Sciences, Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK.
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