Dr. Ellul is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), and later earned a Master’s degree in Health Studies and Clinical Teaching from Athabasca University. From 2012-2018, she was a CMCC faculty member, teaching chiropractic technique, clinical diagnosis and simulation case scenarios. She has been involved in original research and is a co-founder of the TMJ 2 Toes extremity adjusting seminar, teaching chiropractors the art of extremity manipulation. She continues to manage her clinical practice on a part-time basis.
After teaching for Seneca College, Dr. Ellul joined Durham College within the School of Business, IT, and Management as a full time professor. Currently, she is the Interim Associate Dean for the School of Science and Engineering Technology.
In her spare time, Dr. Ellul enjoys cooking, psychological thrillers (books/movies) and spending time with family and friends.
Areas of Expertise: Interprofessional collaboration; leadership; organizational management; policy; academia
Why I Serve:
I would like to share with the board, the professional experiences and network I have developed within and outside the chiropractic community for the purposes of enhancing chiropractic partnerships, research, and awareness. Using my insight as a practitioner, college professor and associate dean, I believe I can provide unique perspectives and contributions. My goal is to develop and foster connections between the publicly funded college sector and chiropractic researchers and create further public awareness on chiropractic as a profession that demonstrates exemplary academia, training, skill development and research applications.