Ash Shihora is the Pharmacist/Owner of VIP Pharmacy in Welland, Ontario. He has obtained degrees in English, Chemistry, Pharmacy and a graduate degree, thinking he would like to be a research scientist. This however, was not his calling as he needed more interaction with people, than his research allowed. Eagerly, he returned to the practice of pharmacy and soon grew to enjoy the many varied patients that crossed his path. He truly embraced the helping aspects of this profession and developed empathic rapport with his patients. He took their needs to heart and
developed programs for various sub-groups of patients. Most recently, I have found a passionate interest in the field of addiction treatment. The practice of pharmacy in this field is in its infancy, but I have great hopes for developing ever new and imaginative programs for this group of people.
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Frances’s career spanned over 37 years working for Cyanamid/Cytec Canada Inc. She held various positions in Finance and Human Resources and before she left in 2011 held the position of Manager, Human Resources. Although her plans were to retire in 2011 she was offered an opportunity to become the Executive Director at the Welland McMaster Family Health Team where she is currently employed. In addition to her career she was on the Board of Directors for Women’s Place of South Niagara for 6 years. As a past board member for WPSN she now sits on their Advisory Committee. She is also a member of “100 Women Who Care Niagara”.
Glen Walker has been the Executive Director of Positive Living Niagara since 2011. The agency dedicated to the support of those affected by HIV/AIDS, HCV and other STIs in the Niagara Falls, Ontario area . In this capacity he has been involved in several community based research projects which explore the impacts of supports on individuals with HIV. Glen is a Social Worker by training with over 25 years of experience in community clinical service provision within the developmental services sector. Where he established specialized clinical services in south western Ontario and assisted in the development of the Networks of Specialized Care across the province He has also worked for the Ministry of Community and Socials Services in the Developmental Services Branch and at the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care a Senior Policy Analyst Glen has been in private practice lecturing on the treatment of individuals with a dual diagnosis and positive behavioural interventions and was formerly on the facility at Fanshawe College in London Ontario in the developmental services program.
Judy has been working at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre as Health Outreach for almost 20 years. As a Native woman working for a Native organization, she provides services that address the person as a whole which are is based on the fundamental teachings of kindness and incorporates the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the individual.
Her role as Health Outreach includes providing access to primary health and healing services and programs that include prevention, treatment and support and are culturally appropriate and culturally competent. Judy has worked closely with workers from AIDS Niagara through committee work, co-programming and AIDS Niagara has supplied their organization with resource materials and supplies. She is also familiar with Board procedures, as she sat on several Boards and committees. Judy currently sits on the LHINS network committee for the Niagara area.
Mangala possesses 6 years of experience in writing government fund proposals, teaching, and research & data analysis. He wrote 65 articles in reputed journals and delivered 20 seminars in international conferences. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Business Administration at Brock University. Mangala has experience with finance, marketing, business strategy, leadership, and project management.
Ray brings a career dedicated to quality improvement, 40+ years of Healthcare experience and a background as a bottom line, results oriented Director/Researcher with paramedical expertise including infectious diseases (HIV, HCV, HBV, and HLTV). Ray is dedicated to developing partnerships and working with various stakeholders, consumer groups, patients and their families. She has an understanding of the Ontario LHIN system and End of Life/Palliative Care Network. Ray has extensive experience in providing presentations and organizational training and has board membership experience on both local and national levels.
Tim is a resident of St. Catharines who is originally from Sault Ste. Marie ON. Tim has been employed with RBC for 10 years and is a single parent of one son who is currently attending University. When Tim resided in Los Angeles CA working for Washington Mutual Bank he became involved in the community helping men living with HIV/AIDS. This included home care, hospital visits and companionship activities. Tim is currently involved within the RBC Aboriginal community as a mentor/leader of our Employee Resource Group and is actively involved in United Way’s Backpack Program and Allocations Committee.
Tsitsi is a new Canadian originally from Southern Africa where HIV is a pandemic. She has experienced the effects of the virus through family, friends and the community. She has Diplomas both in Computing and Personal Support Work and for the past ten years she has utilized the knowledge from her Personal Support Work Diploma. Tsitsi has worked both in the United Kingdom and Canada as a community worker and at retirement residence. Her passion would be to see more education and more talk about HIV amongst local medical service providers without the stigma.
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