Keenan Beaumont
Monash University
Role
Lead software developer for the MyDispense development team and the Monash University Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Keenan joined the team in 2012, and has since stamped his mark on its development capably supporting MyDispense as it continues to grow. Keenan is the primary support for the software and server maintenance.
Tina Brock
Monash University
Role
Director of Pharmacy Education at Monash University. She works primarily in the area of curriculum development, interprofessional education and global health workforce capacity building. Tina's previous work at UCSF and the University of Namibia also included MyDispense.

Interests
Interprofessional curriculum development and global health workforce capacity building.
Marian Costelloe
Monash University
Role
General Manager in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University. She joined the faculty in 2004 after spending over 17 years at the University of Melbourne in various senior management roles, including General Manager in the Vice‐Chancellor’s Office. Marian’s background is in education, with experience in a number of international business development projects involving industry and university collaborations. She holds a Master of Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Education from The University of Melbourne.
Marcus Ferrone
University of California San Francisco
Role
Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco. His clinical research focuses on the drug formulation aspects of hyperpolarized molecules for magnetic resonance molecular imaging. In addition to sterile drug product development, he is particularly interested in the legal climate that impacts both pharmacy compounding and industrial manufacturing. Collaborating with internal and external partners committed to creating cutting‐edge advances in pharmaceutical science education also plays an important role in my academic position. Marcus has been at the heart of the development of MyDispense USA. He developed the model for the USA dispensing process in MyDispense and has created over 150 exercises for the US version.

Interests
His clinical research focuses on the drug formulation aspects of hyperpolarized 5 molecules for magnetic resonance molecular imaging. In addition to sterile drug product development, he is particularly interested in the legal climate that impacts both pharmacy compounding and industrial manufacturing. Collaborating with internal and external partners committed to creating cutting‐edge advances in pharmaceutical science education also plays an important role in my academic position.
Jill Fitzgerald
University Of Connecticut
Role
PharmD, Director, Experiential Learning and Continuing Professional Development at University of Connecticut. Jill’s career has involved many aspects of pharmacy practice including community and hospital practice, teaching and hospice care. She is currently responsible for developing activities for pharmacist continuing education and career counseling services, with teaching responsibilities in the Pharmacy Practice Lab, Pain Management Elective and First Year Experience for Honors prepharmacy students. Jill has worked on the US implementation of MyDispense since 2014 and has fully implemented MyDispense in Pharmacy Practice Lab at UConn.

Interests Community and hospital practice, teaching and hospice care. Currently responsible for developing activities for pharmacist continuing education and career counselling services, with teaching responsibilities in the Pharmacy Practice Lab, Pain Management Elective and First Year Experience for Honours pre‐pharmacy students.
Lisa M. Holle
University of Connecticut
Role
PharmD, BCOP, FHOPA is a board certified oncology pharmacist, and a fellow of the Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association. Currently, Lisa is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy where she teaches pain management, oncology therapeutics, patient assessment and advanced practice experiential students. Her practice site is at the UConn Health Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center, where she works in a team‐based ambulatory care clinic.
Lisa has worked with Monash University and University of California San Francisco (UCSF) since 2013, and more recently other US School of Pharmacy faculty, to develop a US‐based MyDispense version. Along with her colleague Jill Fitzgerald, Lisa has introduced MyDispense into UConn’s School of Pharmacy curriculum: Introductory to Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE), Pain Management Elective and Dispensing Laboratory courses. She and Dr Fitzgerald have also mentored advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) students and independent research students to assist with MyDispense exercise development and research related to implementation of MyDispense.
Clark Kebodeaux
University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
Role
PharmD, BCACP, is a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice and science at the University of Kentucky, College of Pharmacy. Clark is an adjunct faculty member at the School of Nursing at St. Louis University and coordinator of the online advanced pharmacology course for advanced practice nurse practitioners.
His background is in community pharmacy practice and he currently practices in an interprofessional ambulatory clinic at the Bluegrass Community Health Center with a focus on underserved populations. In his current role, he is developing the Patient-Centered Care Experience (PaCE) simulation curriculum at the University of Kentucky with an emphasis on ambulatory care and community practice. He is currently implementing MyDispense in a 6‐semester integrated lab sequence for P1–P3 students.
Vivienne Mak
Monash University
Role
Lecturer in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University. Vivienne is a registered pharmacist and has academic experience in both Australia and Malaysia. She also practised as a community pharmacist in Adelaide, South Australia. She brings this experience and innovative thinking to the development and delivery of professional practice units in the pharmacy curriculum. She has experience with MyDispense exercise development, teaching of and utilising MyDispense for assessments.
Interests
Pharmacy workforce and education
Jennifer Marriott
Monash University
Role
Former Director of the BPharm at Monash University, introduced major restructure and development, and many teaching innovations into the program. She fueled the initial drive to teach dispensing online – the genesis of MyDispense – and was involved in its initial scoping work. She is past President of the Academic section of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) and past member of the FIP Board of Pharmacy Practice. She is former Director of the FIP‐UNESCO UNITWIN programme.
Keith Sewell
Monash University
Role
Senior Learning Technologies Project manager in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University. His role involves managing major learning technology projects within the faculty. Keith has led the MyDispense project from its inception and is instrumental in creating the learning design aspect of the specifications. He now works with colleagues all over the World to make the software available to learners in over 60 universities.