About

PHEBC Executive

Who we are

We are a group of dedicated teacher volunteers whose goals are to provide professional learning opportunities, assist with resource recommendations and development, and develop a network of physical and health educators in BC.

Executive members are involved in the  planning, organization, execution, and follow-up of the following activities:

  • Annual Provincial Conference at Douglas College 
  • workshops 
  • webinars
  • meetings & communication at local, provincial and national level
  • member newsletter 
  • social media updates on Twitter and Facebook
  • resource review and recommendations
  • support for teachers

Lisa Manzini

President

SD#48 – Sea to Sky

Lisa is a passionate physical and health educator who has served as President since 2015. She has worked on many collaborative teams and has presented workshops provincially and nationally, always with the goal of improving the quality of physical and health education in BC and Canada.  Lisa enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for PHE with colleagues and students, and believes connection is the key to learning.   Lisa has taught elementary PE in Squamish for the past 24 years.

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Josh ogilvie

First Vice-President

SD#41 – Burnaby

Josh joins the PHE BC Executive this year as a PHE teacher and department head at Burnaby South Secondary School. He brings over 17 years of teaching experience to the role as well as a deep knowledge and understanding of the PHE curriculum having served as a K-12 writing team member and team leader.

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Chad Oatway

Second Vice-presidenT 

SD# 40 – New Westminster

Chad joins PHE BC with a wealth of experience at the secondary and middle school levels, while specializing in Physical and Health Education and Leadership.  He is passionate about developing physical literacy and health education in the New Westminster district and in the province.   Chad teaches at Fraser River Middle School and loves being active with his family in the great outdoors, coaching his children, and being involved in athletics and sport.

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Alexandra Inglis

Treasurer

SD#73 – Kamloops

Alexandra is a Physical and Health Education teacher and the current After-School Program Coordinator for SD 73. Her objective is to enhance children’s lifelong well-being through creative, arts, sports, and physical activity. She joins PHEBC for a second year in her role as Treasurer. Alexandra is passionate about movement, and she enjoys spending her free time outside with her family.  

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Jenny Mitchell

SEcretary

SD #71 – Okanagan-Skaha

Jenny is a Physical and Health Education teacher at Summerland Secondary School.  She is also the district Health Promoting Schools Coordinator where she supports health across multiple school communities. In her spare time she loves to be active outdoors with her family exploring the mountains of foot, bike and skis!

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Lynn Dawson

Communications

SD #39 – Vancouver

Lynn discovered the amazing benefits of developing a Professional Learning Network through social media and the value of connecting with like-minded teachers. She loves to get the word out about the latest happenings in the world of Health and PE. She brings 23 years of teaching experience to PHE BC and currently teaches K-6 PE at Henry Hudson Elementary in Vancouver. 

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