Steve has a B.A. in Commerce from the University of Toronto and a Certifcat en Français Langue Seconde from Laval University in Quebec City / Université d'Aix-Marseille II in Provence, France. He spent 6 years in Tokyo, Japan where he incorporated his own business. Upon returning to Canada in the 90's he obtained his Certified Help Desk Manager designation and has been in the I.T.
Tzong is an Administrative Assistant at the University of Waterloo, School of Pharmacy. She is a graduate from the Office Administration Executive program at Conestoga College. Tzong is responsible for providing administrative support to the Hallman Director as well as other faculty and staff within the School.
Rosemary’s background includes community pharmacy practice, health program management, as well as experience in medical writing and publishing. Her current position is focused on the design and delivery of educational programs for pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.
Elaine Lillie started her working life as a high school teacher, teaching English and Theatre Arts in Waterloo County. After 4 years, she decided to leave the classroom for a career in business.
Jennifer is the Operations Coordinator for the School of Pharmacy’s Interprofessional Education Program where she supports the growth and integration of the IPE strategy. Jennifer is a graduate of Waterloo’s Master of Development Practice program and has previously worked in adult education with an immigrant service provider, and with youth in international development in
Anthony graduated from Dalhousie University with a pharmacy degree in 1996.
Ken brings diverse experience in community and hospital pharmacy, industry and associations to the University of Waterloo. Most recently, he served as Executive Director of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA), and prior to that he was the Director, Research and Analysis, for Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies (Rx&D).
Lisa joined the University Of Waterloo School Of Pharmacy in late 2010. She supports the first-year human systems course where she coordinates the anatomy, physiology, and histology labs and delivers some of the lectures.
Caitlin Carter is the Pharmacy Liaison Librarian at the University of Waterloo, School of Pharmacy, and holds an MLIS degree from Western University (2010). As librarian, Caitlin is responsible for building the collection of pharmacy resources, as well as providing research assistance and instructional support to School of Pharmacy students, faculty, and staff.
Debbie’s experience includes community pharmacy practice, pharmacy benefit management and pharmaceutical advertising and communications.