ASTTBC names new deputy registrar
Rachel Fraser has been ASTTBC’s regulatory officer since April 2022, and recently stepped into her new role as deputy registrar. Bringing over a decade of regulatory experience to ASTTBC, she has worked closely with multiple departments to develop, implement, support, and maintain policy and procedures related to the ASTTBC board, statutory committees, and operational functions.
Prior to joining ASTTBC, she served in a wide array of roles, including more than nine years with the College of Psychologists of BC, allowing her to develop a strong background in professional regulation. She oversaw the administrative operations in the Registrar’s office and supported many of the College’s regulatory functions through collaboration with multiple departments such as registration, quality assurance, and complaint investigations including the development, implementation, and execution of related policies and procedures. In addition, Rachel managed all College records which included the production of the records for registration and investigation outcomes concerning all matters before the Health Professions Review Board (HPRB).
Prior to that, Rachel worked as a Regional Operations Coordinator for a national long term care provider where she delivered operational support for the Provincial Director, regional management team, and nine long term care homes throughout BC.
She attended Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, on a full scholarship where she played four years of NCAA Division 1 softball, and earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs, Health Services Administration through the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.