First Nations PHIMS Project Manager
Tatenda’s prime responsibility is to coordinate the deployment of Panorama in First Nation communities. Tatenda works with key partner organizations to provide coordination and support of: clinical analysis, requirements determination, documentation, clinical adoption of Panorama, policies/standards, implementation and rollout requirements, stakeholder communications, change management, and supporting the Panorama Trainer.Tatenda earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Biology from Lambuth University, a Master’s degree in Public Health and a Graduate Certificate in Health Care Management from East Tennessee State University in the United States. She also holds a Master’s degree in Indigenous Development from the University of Winnipeg. Some of her experience includes public health, health policy, community development, foot care policy, pandemic planning and research.
Phone: (204) 946-9722