Alberta College of Paramedics - Council
Tim Dyck is the Director of People Development and Training at Diversified Transportation in Fort McMurray.
Tim is committed to building strong customer service experiences and leadership capacity. His efforts in this field were recognized as the recipient of the Bowie Sustainable Leadership Award. He also received the Council Commendation Wildfire Medal for assisting in the evacuation of Fort McMurray during the 2016 wildfire.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Calgary.
Dr. Harriet Johnston is a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists and has been a Registered Psychologist in Calgary since 1997. Her governance experience includes service on the Board of the Psychologist’s Association of Alberta (PAA) for 3 years and participation on PAA standing committees.
Dr. Johnston has practiced School Psychology in Calgary at both the school and board level since 1997. She took an educational leave and moved to Scotland with her husband and two young sons in 2008. She earned a second Master's degree (Neuropsychology) at the University of Edinburgh and a PhD (Psychology and Neuroscience) at the University of St. Andrews. She also spent a year as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Calgary with the Werklund School of Education (WSE) and Alberta Children’s Hospital in School Neuropsychology. She returned to the school board and held a position as Manager of Psychological Services (2014-2016).
Currently, Dr. Johnston works as Lead Supervising Psychologist with the Integrated Services in Education clinic at the WSE. She supervises graduate students learning psychoeducational assessment and intervention. She is an Adjunct Professor at the WSE and works as a Sessional Instructor. She also works in her private practice, Cowtown Psychology, providing psychoeducational assessment and consultation services focused on learning and mental health.
Chris Salmon is a Management Consultant, specializing in the areas of strategy, change and organizational performance. Chris has a background in UK Government.
Chris has served as the Chair of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Foundation, as Vice Chair of the Calgary Police Commission and on the Advisory Board for Change Management Programs at Mount Royal University.
Chris is a graduate of the Universities of London (Birkbeck), Manchester and Wales (Aberystwyth). Chris holds the Freedom of the City of London (UK).
Lynda Cherry graduated from Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec with an undergraduate honours degree in sociology. Both her graduate degrees are from the University of Calgary; an MA in Education Policy and Administration and an MBA. Lynda’s MA thesis focussed on organizational change in a large health care facility and her MBA thesis was on the emerging business ethic in the not-for-profit sector. Lynda has over 25 years of management and senior management experience in health care, post-secondary education and international work. Her early career was as a registered nurse.
Oluwayemisi (Tosin) Osiberu is a Physiotherapist who works with Capital Care Grandview, Post Acute unit. Tosin provides rehabilitation services for post fracture, post surgical repairs and plan discharge with other health care providers.Tosin is a member of the Occupational Health and Safety at Grandview. Tosin is a Registered Phyiotherapist in Alberta and licensed to practice in New York and Texas, USA. Tosin holds a BSc. Physiotherapy degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and Master of Arts Physical Therapy from New York University.
Donna Stephenson is a retired Health Care Administrator, HomeCare Program in Ontario
Donna has extensive Board and Committee experience including the Heart & Stroke Association of Ontario, Kingston and Human Resources Professionals Association
Donna is a Certified Health & Safety Auditor, Occupational Health & Safety Facilitator, and has completed the Government of Alberta Leadership Program
Donna holds a BA in Administration from the University of Western Ontario and is CLGM from the UofA.