Bal completed her BSc from SFU and the Pharmacy Technician Certification from PTCB-Alberta. Bal is currently the Pharmacy Manager at the Pharmacy Drug Distribution Centre, Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services and has been actively involved in various Pharmacy Technician Initiatives. Bal was elected as the Pharmacy Technician Board member on the College of Pharmacists Board. She is a committee member on the Pharmacy Technician Task Group and Discipline Committee. She served as a subject matter expert for the Pharmacy Technician Jurisprudence Exam. Bal is a regulated Pharmacy Technician involved in various initiatives promoting education and personal growth for pharmacy personnel in British Columbia..
Mrs. Yonette D. Harrod has spent nearly 16 years in pharmacy related roles and has been an active member in the Pharmacy Technician community for the last year. She first completed her formal Pharmacy Technician training at Red Deer College, Alberta and later went on to finish a BA in Psychology.
Since her graduation, Yonette has become a Certified Pharmacy Technician through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) in the United States as well as PTCB-Alberta. Mrs. Harrod actively promotes the profession by contributing to the College of Pharmacists of BC and the Pharmacy Technician Society of BC (PTSBC).
Lynda has over 30 years experience in the Pharmacy industry. She is currently the Supervisor at Langley Memorial Hospital and is a Regulated Pharmacy Technician. She was a Steering Committee member – Regulation of Pharmacy Technicians Business Case Analysis, for the Council of the College of Pharmacists of BC in 2006 and a working group participant in 2007 for the Professional Competencies for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians at Entry to Practice for National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) Message - Our professional and personal lives are all about change, change enables us to be the person we are now and it helps us move toward the person we want to be.
Daisy has been working in Pharmacy for the past 20 years. She has workedat London Drugs for 10 years and various Fraser health sites such as Royal Columbian Hospital and Eagle ridge where she still works as a casual employee. She also took on the role as the Pharmacy Tech Supervisor at Burnaby Hospital for 4 years. Daisy sits on the committee for Pharmacy Technicians Society of BC (PTSBC) and is also a member of Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT) After obtaining her license as a Regulated Pharmacy Technician in July 2013, she worked at Vancouver Community College as an IV lab instructor and is currently working as a Pharmacy Technician Instructor at Stenberg College in Kamloops. When Daisy is not working, she is either finding endless projects to do in her new home in Kamloops or exploring the outdoors with her husband and dog.
Robyn is the System Administrator for Automated Dispensing Machines (Omnicell) at Lion Gate Hospital in North Vancouver. She completed her technician regulation in 2011 and has over 30 years of experience in hospital pharmacy. In addition to her PTSBC activities, Robyn is also involved with the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC), at both the provincial and national level. She is also the Vice Chair of the Ethics Advisory Committee for the College of Pharmacists of BC. In her spare time she loves to travel and spend time with her family.
Ashley graduated from a community college in 2004 and started working right away at Walmart Pharmacy from 2004 - 2007. She has been working with Fraser Health at the Pharmacy Drug Distribution Centre in Langley for the last 5 years and is currently one of the Pharmacy Supervisors. She is excited to write the PEBC Qualifying Exam in September 2012! I am also the Mother of 2 beautiful children - Joshua and Emily. Outside of work I love to spend time with my husband and children, I enjoy cooking, camping and catching a movie when I can with my husband
Shelley has been with Loblaw Pharmacy since 1998. She displays a results - driven attitude driving quality patient care services as a community RPhT for Loblaw Pharmacy. Integrity , quality and a sense of great pharmacy professionalism is what she practices with pride . Shelley is a PTSBC committee member , CAPT member and is an active with College of Pharmacists of BC focus groups , workshops & forums. Outside of work she enjoys travelling , cooking & volunteering. Shelley believes that RPhTs allow for pharmacists to spend more time on patient needs & expectations are changing.