Getting To Know Bishop’s – Meet Jill Johnson

Getting to know your #Ubishops community is a must if you wish to fully immerse yourself into the BUbble! We decided to help you out by conducting monthly interviews with staff and faculty that contribute to the school’s success. This month we had the opportunity to talk to Jill Johnson, Medical Secretary for the Bishop’s/Champlain Student Health Services.


Jill Johnson, Medical Secretary, Health Services, Bishop’s University


1- Favourite book of all-time?
The Stand by Stephen King

2- Favourite group or singer?
Elton John

3- Favourite movie of all-time?
Rear Window (I love Alfred Hitchcock!)

4- Favourite spot on campus?
The duck pond (Peter D. Curry Marsh Area) – so peaceful and I love it when all the Canada geese land in the autumn, absolutely beautiful.

5- Favourite spot off-campus?

6- Favourite #Ubishops moment?
It’s a toss up – when I first got hired or when I won the Staff Award – both were very rewarding moments for me.

7- Describe #Ubishops in three words.
Close-knit, friendly, supportive

8- If you had to switch jobs with someone on campus, what would it be and why?
I can’t think of any other job I would rather do. I love meeting all the clients that pass through our doors whether they are students, staff, faculty, retirees or children – all are special and each and everyone of them make my job interesting and very enjoyable.

9- If you had to join a club or student group on campus, what would it be and why?
Definitely the Knit Community.  I love to knit so this would be fun!

10- If you had to go back to school (at Bishop’s), which program would you pick and why?
English Literature.  I have always loved reading.  My daughter was an English Major here and I always enjoyed reading the books she brought home.

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1 Response
  1. Estefanie Jean

    Dr Michael is really a good professor. An Excellent one! His energy in class is just amazing!!! I would definitely take the Organization Behaviour if I had to go back to school.

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