Board of Directors
Paul graduated from the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto in 2011 after earning a degree in Biology from the University of Regina. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, he returned upon graduation and has been working in Swift Current ever since. He is currently the Managing Pharmacist for the Loblaw Pharmacy in Swift Current. He is actively involved in the community, speaking at local support groups as well as providing educational seminars to the local medical residents and family physicians in the area. Paul is also involved in advancing the profession, serving as Chair of the PAS Professional Practice Committee, as a Pharmacy Peer Leader with eHealth Saskatchewan and a member of the Pharmacy Reference Group with Canada Health Infoway. Paul is an avid sports fan and is often found on the links, diamond, field or ice when not at work. Paul is looking forward to his second term on the PAS Board of Directors.
Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) Representative
Christine is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. She currently is an owner of Pharmacy First on 8th and PharmacyFirst at Lifebridge. Previous to this Christine was a Shoppers Drug Mart franchise owner for 16 years in both Regina and Saskatoon. Christine served and chaired the pharmacy economics committee for 5 years. She served on the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy council for 3 years and was President in 2010. Christine serves on the PAS board currently and has chaired for 2 years. Last year Christine was appointed as the PAS representative on the Canadian Pharmacists Association board and is now Vice chair. She has volunteered for many community boards such as SREDA ,YWCA ,United Way and Women Entrepreneurs.Christine lives in SASKATOON with her husband Gordon Wyant.
Steve is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, class of 2005. He worked as a community pharmacist in Edmonton for a few years before returning to Saskatchewan, where he currently works at Diamond Centre Pharmacy in Warman. He enjoys working collaboratively with the physicians in the adjoining medical clinics to enhance medication-related outcomes for their patients. Steve is currently pursuing his Certified Diabetic Educator designation and Certificate of Travel Health. Steve is passionate about the profession of pharmacy, and looking forward to his second term on the PAS Board of Directors.
Brad is a managing partner with Rubicon Pharmacies, practising in Estevan, SK. He is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and has enjoyed the opportunity to work in a variety of jurisdictions including Washington state and Alberta in both rural and urban centres before returning home to Saskatchewan. This is Brad's first term on the PAS board.
Amy has been practicing as a pharmacist in Saskatchewan for 4 years in community pharmacy, most recently as a compounding pharmacist in Saskatoon for 3 years. She currently works as a compounding and hormone consultant pharmacist at Saskatoon Family Pharmacy. Her passion is preventative care with a focus on identifying and replacing nutrient and hormone deficiencies. As an undergraduate, Amy was heavily involved in pharmacy student advocacy positions for the profession of pharmacy including local student representative for CPhA and CAPSI, Vice-President of Communications for CAPSI National and Chair of CAPSI National membership committee. Amy was also student representative on the Pharmacist Practice Change Working Group (PPCWG). These positions provided her with an in-depth understanding of the challenges facing the profession of pharmacy and the necessity for advocacy and a united front to ensure progress and excellence in a rapidly changing practice environment. This is her second year on the Board of Directors for the Association of Compounding Pharmacists of Canada and Amy's second term with PAS Board of Directors.
Lindsay graduated from the U of S with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. In 2008 she completed a hospital residency at Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and in 2011 Lindsay completed a MBA. Lindsay has worn many pharmacy hats in a variety of settings including Pharmacy Operations Manager at RQHR, U of S Sessional Lecturer, relief pharmacist in hospital/community/urban/rural settings. Lindsay currently owns and operates the Wellness Pharmacies in Regina, SK.
Jarron is a BSP graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. Jarron has served as a council member for the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists where he gained valuable board member experience. Jarron is the current president of the Association of Compounding Pharmacists of Canada. He currently practices retail pharmacy in the city of Regina where he has a passion for compounding and clinical consultations. This is Jarron's first term on the PAS Board of Directors.
Dean Kishor M. Wasan
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Representative (Appointed)
Kish began a five-year term as Dean of Pharmacy and Nutrition on August 1, 2014. He joined the U of S from UBC, where he served as Professor and Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and was Distinguished University Scholar and CIHR Chair in Drug Delivery for Neglected Global Diseases, an initiative which he co-founded. Kish received his pharmacy degree from the University of Texas in Austin and PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology from the University of Texas Medical Centre in Houston. He has been a practicing pharmacist in both retail and hospital settings and maintains a pharmacist licence in Texas. Well-known in the post-secondary field for his strengths in research and education curriculum change, Kish is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and the Canadian and American Associations of Pharmaceutical Scientists.
Senior Stick Student Representative (Appointed) -as of Aug 2016
Jordan is currently a third year pharmacy student at the University of Saskatchewan. She is originally from Regina, Saskatchewan where she attended her first year of university. In 2014, she moved to Saskatoon to start the pharmacy program. Throughout the past three years, she has worked as a pharmacy assistant at London Drugs, a summer student at the Saskatchewan Drug Plan, and most recently as a research student with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. Jordan is passionate about moving the profession forward and advocating for the expanded role of pharmacists. She is excited to serve as the representative for pharmacy students in Saskatchewan.
Interim CSHP-PAS Representative (Appointed)
Jacqueline is the interim CSHP-PAS Representative until Amy Smith can return.
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