About Us

Our Mission

To facilitate the implementation of effective and efficient clinical services by pharmacists in order to enhance access to care and optimize patient health outcomes

Our Vision

Revolutionize clinical service delivery across Canada by empowering pharmacists to practice to their full scope

Our Team

Nardine Nakhla

Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer, PharmD, RPh

Dr. Nakhla is a distinguished academic and pharmacist specializing in minor ailments, non-prescription therapeutics, and patient self-care, with over fifteen years of dedicated commitment to teaching, research, service, advocacy, and practice innovation in these crucial areas. Her expertise has garnered recognition at provincial, national, and international levels, with awards, presentations and authored chapters in esteemed pharmacy education textbooks. Her contributions have been instrumental in advancing pharmacy practice. Notably, Dr. Nakhla played a pivotal role as a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists’ Minor Ailments Advisory Group (MAAG), contributing to the development of draft regulations enabling pharmacists to prescribe in Ontario.

Andrea Edginton

Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer, PhD

Dr. Edginton brings a wealth of management experience to MAPflow with over 15 years of experience as a faculty member at the University of Waterloo’s School of Pharmacy and its Director for the past 3 years. As an award-winning researcher focused on pharmacokinetic modeling and simulation, she is an expert in real-world data collection and application.

Michael Sevestre

Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer

Michael is a passionate software engineer with 20+ years of experience building scientific software within and for the pharmaceutical industry.

Kenny Chong

Director, Clinical Innovation, PharmD, MHI, RPh

Dr. Chong has 15 years of experience practicing in and managing a community pharmacy. He also has a wealth of experience in education, having served as a Clinical Lecturer and Course Coordinator at the University of Toronto’s Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. He has taught several minor ailments and self-care courses, and has also developed and reviewed CCCEP-accredited, continuing education modules. Dr. Chong is committed to developing the tools needed to advance community pharmacy practice.

Ontario Pharmacists Association

As an investor and partner in MAPflow, OPA continues to commit to evolving the pharmacy profession. Representing thousands of members, OPA is Canada's largest advocacy organization, professional development and drug information provider for pharmacy professionals across Ontario.