Tami Everding – 15 Year Anniversary
Congratulations Tami Everding, WRC Regional Campus Manager, for being such a valuable member of the McMaster PGME and UGME team for 15 years!
“Tami has led the integration of postgraduate medical education and medical residents into the region of Waterloo, said Dr. Parveen Wasi, Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education. “Over the last 15 years, she has fostered and established strong, trusting, and collaborative relationships with local hospitals and clinical partners which has played a pivotal role in the success of our programming and supporting the community. Tami has supported McMaster residents as they transition to medical training in the region and welcomed hundreds of elective learners from around the globe. Most importantly, Tami consistently champions, advocates, and supports the needs of postgraduate medical residents, whether in a one-on-one conversation or at the leadership table. Thank you, Tami, for always going above and beyond to make the WRC regional campus a leader in the distributed medical education and for being a dedicated member of our postgraduate medical education leadership team. Congratulations on this milestone.”
“Congratulations Tami on this amazing milestone of 15 years at McMaster University,” said Dr. Matt Sibbald, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education. “Your guidance, wisdom, and creativity have touched an entire generation of learners, staff, and faculty. Hard to imagine the countless learners that you helped along their journey at such a pivotal moment in their professionalization. We are so privileged to have you as a colleague, manager, and leader within the undergraduate medical education community. Congratulations!”
“It has been a journey for me as Tami’s partner of medical education for 12 of her 15 years at WRC,” said Dr. Margo Mountjoy, WRC Assistant Dean. “I can’t imagine doing this gig without Tami. Her calm and practical approach to problem-solving mixed with her contagious sense of humour brightens my days. I firmly believe she has a bottomless Mary Poppins Bag of creative ideas to innovate and make the impossible happen: how do you do it? Thank you, Tami, for your important role in growing the physicians of tomorrow. You are appreciated! Looking forward to continuing the journey and partnership with my ‘wingman’.”
Congratulation Tami. We’re thrilled part of your milestone, and to have witnessed your determination and shared in your successes over the past 15 years.
“I am very proud of my time at McMaster, I have had the opportunity to grow a campus from the ground up, to learn so much about medical education and residency programs,” said Tami. “At the same time working with the faculty and staff to create a campus that gives the students a comfortable welcoming place to learn.”All News