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Bianca Bitsakakis, Bachelor of Social Work Program Manager
I educate and help prepare students for a career in Social Work. I make sure that students feel supported and are matched to a community agency that will help them with their learning.
Kim Carter, Professor
I teach college students how to be a Health Office Administrators. This is a person who works at Doctor's offices, in the hospital and even at Veterinarian's office. HOAs take care of checking...
Denise Davis-Gains, Director/Owner Atlas Yoga Studio & School
I teach yoga and run a global social enterprise-based business.
Carrie Doll, Kinesiologist
I help people exercise and recover from injuries and illnesses. Many people that I work with have had injuries that change how they are able to move and control how they move. For many of these...
Patti Fetter, Vice President, Operations
Responsible for the performance of 51 long-term care homes across the Province of Ontario, including performance under the domains of financial, people (staff), customer (residents and families)...
Jeff Goldsworthy, Owner of Goldsworthy Chiropractic and Wellness Center
A Doctor of Chiropractic takes care of your nerves, muscles and bones. Their job is to make sure the nerves, muscles and bones are working together properly so they don't hurt when you are...
Heather-Lynne Goody, Nurse Practitioner
I am a Nurse Practitioner (NP). I have worked in a variety of nursing roles within the hospital and community. Currently, I assist a surgeon in the operating room with surgery for patients....
Shannon Gow, Chiropractor
A chiropractor is a musculoskeletal specialist that focuses on overall wellness of the body. I personalize care to each patient, but I provide a range of different treatment options including...
Sasha Guay, Physiotherapist
My job is to help people get back to their sport, job or daily activities after they have an injury. When someone gets injured, such as when they break a bone or tear a muscle, my job is to use...
Debbie Jensen, PSW/HR Manager OPSWA
I want students to know how rewarding it is to be a PSW. The benefits of helping people and the warm fuzzy feelings it gives you knowing that you made a difference in someone's life.
That's all for now :)
That's all for now :)