Team

The Child Health BC Team

CHBC Team

 

Jennifer Scarr RN, MSN

 

Interim Executive Director

Jennifer Scarr

Jennifer Scarr is Provincial Director, Primary Care and Preventive Health with Child Health BC. In this role she is focusing on provincial initiatives related to oral health, injury prevention, healthy weights, and child and youth health and well being indicators. Jennifer is also working on initiatives that support integrated primary and community care, specifically in the areas of asthma and diabetes.

Jennifer completed a Bachelor's of Nursing degree at the University of Manitoba and a Master's of Nursing Degree at the University of British Columbia. She has experience in public health nursing, prevention education, as well as project management. In her previous role at Vancouver Coastal Health, Jennifer led the implementation of provincial initiatives and provided leadership for regional projects.


L Kit Johnson MBA, BSc (Pharm)        

Provincial Director, Clinical Service Innovation and Quality
 

Kit Johnson

Kit Johnson is Provincial Director, Clinical Service Innovation and Quality. In this role, she has overarching responsibility for many things including Virtual Care, Outreach/Regional Clinics and implementation of change initiatives related to the Tiers of Service Work. She will also help in further developing the quality- and safety-related items in our quality work.

Kit has been in health care administration for over 30 years. Since completing her Master's in Business Administration (she also holds a degree in pharmacy), Kit has held senior provincial leadership positions in both research and acute healthcare organizations. Her senior experience in administrating and implementing research programs in multiple domains, from cancer to public health in both British Columbia and Alberta, will be critical in supporting our innovation and quality programs.   In her recent role as Executive Director, Research Priorities and Implementation for Alberta Health Services, Kit designed and led the provincial operations and governance needs of a large, diverse and evolving health research organization embedded in a "care" structure.


Barb Kenny, MHS

Business Affairs Manager
 

Barb Kenny

Barb Kenny is Business Affairs Manager for Child Health BC.  In this role she provides financial leadership in budgeting, human resource expertise, analysis and operational business process reviews.  Barb is involved in the development and coordination of strategic action and work plans in collaboration with leaders to optimize program initiatives.

Barb completed a Bachelor's in Leadership Management (Healthcare Specialty) at BCIT and a Master's Degree in Health Studies at Athabasca University in Alberta by distance ed. She has diverse experience in both public and private industry.  Barb owned and operated her own business for 20 years before returning to healthcare. She has spent the last ten years in various administrative leadership roles at Sunny Hill Health Center for Children.


 

Child Health BC Regional Coordinators

Fraser Health - Nicole Cave

Interior Health -  Coming Soon

Island Health - Shannon Moffat

Vancouver Coastal Health/Providence Health Care - Theresa McElroy

Northern Health - Coming Soon

 


Child Health BC Additional Team Members

Director, Quality Improvement, Projects and Evaluation - Rita Janke

Senior Data Analyst - Gary Hoyano

Senior Leader, Provincial Education - Melissa Coop

Provincial Lead, Early Years Health & Wellness - Sana Fakih

Provincial Lead, Primary Care - Zahra Hussein

Manager, Children's Virtual Care - Joelle Pellegrin

Research Associate - Sina Waibel

Research Associate - Kasra Hassani

Project Coordinator Technology - Lorna Simms

Graphics Production Specialist - Terry Chau

Administrative Assistant - Jacquie Innes

Administrative Assistant - Shirley de Souza

Administrative Assistant - Ellie Wu


Contractors and Secondees

Child Health BC is grateful to the contractors and secondees who work with the team to make the many initiatives come to fruition. Their unique talents contribute in important ways.