Director, Learning & Capability Development
Shari joined the Council in January 2011. In 2018 she moved from her role as Director, Clinical Improvement to lead the Learning & Capability Development team. She is a Registered Respiratory Therapist by professional background with over 15 years of clinical experience, and received an MA in Learning & Technology from Royal Roads University in 2011.
She is a BCPSQC Quality Academy graduate, completed a program for Large Scale Change with the UK’s National Health Service in 2012, and has received fellowships from the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists (2010) and the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (2017). She holds an adjunct faculty appointment within the Department of Allied Health, Faculty of Science at Thompson Rivers University.
Shari provides leadership in the development and execution of the Council’s educational strategy. She has a wide range of interests related to learning and health improvement including behavioural science, gamification, research, mobile technology, simulation, social movement theory, large scale change, and systems thinking.