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Employment Opportunities

  • First Nation Panorama Trainer
  • Communication Specialist

Panorama Staff

  • Tatenda Bwawa
  • Brenda Sanderson
  • Gwen Gillan

Tatenda Bwawa,

First Nations Panorama Project Coordinator

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

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Brenda Sanderson,

Brenda Sanderson is a First Nations Registered Nurse who has worked for First Nations, Provincial and Federal organizations for over 35 years. Her varied nursing experience includes eHealth, community health, health care management, extended practice, emergency and traditional medicines. A passion to ensure First Nations health care is equitable, brought her to the telehealth world where information is provided at the point of care. The ICT circle added project management, change management and technical skills to her talents. Community work… a gift, enriching and strengthening her path towards health equity. As the Panorama eHealth Coordinator, Brenda sits on the senior advisory committees for Panorama, Telehealth, and eChart.


Gwen Gillan,

First Nations Panorama Trainer

Gwen Gillan is the new First Nations Panorama Trainer and is  looking forward to working with  First Nation communities regarding Panorama.  Gwen  is a Registered Nurse with many years of nursing experience. She has her certification in Community Health Nursing and the majority of her nursing experience has been in community and public health. She has worked in Saskatchewan, North West Territories and  Manitoba.  Her work experience in Manitoba  has been  First Nation community health nursing and home care.  Gwen is a member of Muskeg Cree Nation in Saskatchewan.