College of Pharmacists of British Columbia

The College of Pharmacists of British Columbia (CPBC) is a Canadian regulatory body in the Province of British Columbia.

The CPBC licenses and regulates pharmacists and pharmacy technicians and the pharmacies where they practice. It receives its authority from - and is responsible for administering - provincial pharmacy legislation.

History

The college was founded in 1891.1)

Personnel

Board

CPBC Board2)
Name Position Notes
Steven Hopp Chair - District 4 - Kootenay / Okanagan -
Andrea Silver Vice-Chair - District 3 - Vancouver Island / Coastal -
Alex Dar Santos District 1 - Metropolitan Vancouver -
Terri Gibson District 2 - Fraser Valley -
Michael Ortynsky District 5 - Northern British Columbia -
Anca Cvaci District 6 - Urban Hospitals -
Claire Ishoy District 7 - Community Hospitals -
Eric Sletmoen District 8 - Pharmacy Technicians -
Tracey Hagkull Government Appointee -
Anne Peterson Government Appointee -
Katie Skelton Government Appointee -
Justin Singh Thind Government Appointee -

Leadership Team

CPBC Leadership Team3)
Name Position Notes
Suzanne Solven Registrar and Chief Executive Officer -
David Pavan Deputy Registrar -
Mary O'Callaghan Chief Operation Officer -
Ashifa Keshavji Director of Practice Reviews & Quality Assurance -
Doreen Leong Director of Registration & Licensure -
Christine Paramonczyk Director of Policy & Legislation -
Gillian Vrooman Director of Communications & Engagement -
1)
Who We Are. (2015, May 15). College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. https://archive.ph/feLcE
2)
Board Members. College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. Retrieved May 22, 2022, from https://archive.ph/vW6QQ
3)
Leadership Team. College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. Retrieved May 22, 2022, from https://archive.ph/cJZMn
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