Dr Fei Sim is a Senior Lecturer and the Coordinator of International Engagement in the Curtin Medical School at Curtin University, WA. Dr Sim served as the President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) WA Branch between 2017-2021, and is a current PSA National Board Director. She is the Chair of the inaugural PSA Contemporary Community Pharmacy Practice (CCPP) Communities of Specialty Interest, which is a forum to support collaboration, innovation and strategic progression of various practice areas in pharmacy. Dr Sim is an AHPRA-registered practising pharmacist, a co-proprietor of two community pharmacies in WA, and a Pharmacy Board of Australia-appointed Oral Practice Examiner. Dr Sim holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmacy and a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree with First Class Honours, and is a qualified pharmacist immuniser and an Accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor. She is a Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and the Higher Education Academy, and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Dr Sim serves on a number of profession and academic-related committees. Her Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award in 2014, the PSA WA Early Career Pharmacist Award in 2018 and the National Early Career Pharmacist of The Year Award in 2019 are testaments to her commitment to patient care, learning and teaching, leadership in pharmacy, innovation and initiative in pharmacy service delivery, as well as peer and professional engagement. She is fully committed to the pharmacy profession and is passionate about the future of the profession through growth of professional services to attain the highest level of contemporary pharmacist practice in Australia. Through her teaching and research activities as an academic, Dr Sim is committed to motivating and inspiring students to become excellent and competent future pharmacists, and encouraging them to have the courage and aspiration to be future leaders in the primary healthcare team.