VICTORIA, British Columbia, April 14, 2014 – StarFish Medical QA Specialist, Annelies Tjebbes, is featured in two radio public service announcements (PSAs) from Research Universities’ Council of British Columbia (RUCBC). Part of
CKNW’s month-long Putting BC to Work Series, Annelies’ PSAs support the campaign theme that education is a proven path to a bright future. RUBC-Annalies2 RUBC-Annalies1
Ken Armour, Director, Policy & Research at RUBC explains: “It is important that people fully appreciate the value of a university education.” Annelies was selected as an outstanding recent graduate to be part of the series. Her announcements discuss the uncertainties engineers face and how education helps her embrace those uncertainties. “I see them as opportunities instead of roadblocks.”
CKNW’s series Putting BC To Work highlights the dialogue around the economy and employment in our province – focusing both on the current state of affairs, as well as the economic outlook for years to come. Each week of Putting BC To Work, our hosts will focus on a different theme – and will interview guests who will provide more insight into each theme.
StarFish Medical is a Medical Device Design company with a full complement of design, development, and manufacturing services. We use the PathFinder™ process to reduce wasted effort and increase success for medical device product definition, technical engineering, and product development. Prototype and volume production are delivered in an ISO 13485 certified Quality Management System and FDA registered manufacturing and clean room facility.