Craig Kelman & Associates' Publishing Team

Reba R. Lewis, B.A. RHET, COMM, ANTH
Managing Editor
Reba Lewis has been the Managing Editor of the Canadian Journal of Infection Control (CJIC) and other IPAC Canada communication projects for the past five years. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric, Writing/Communications, and Anthropology from the University of Winnipeg, as well as a Diploma in French Studies & Culture from the Université Marc Bloch in Strasbourg. Her previous communications-related work experience with Travel Manitoba and the College of Manitoba Pharmacists, among others, has positioned her well to work closely with CJIC’s Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor and IPAC Canada’s Executive Director to ensure that all approved content complies with laws relating to libel and invasion of privacy, and that it adheres to Canadian standards of punctuation, spelling, grammar and capitalization. Reba also coordinates ongoing updates to the CJIC website ( upon completion of each issue.

Monique Doyle, Bachelor of Journalism (Hons.), CCE
Assistant Editor
Working in a support role with CJIC Managing Editor Reba Lewis, Monique Doyle has a Bachelor of Journalism (Hons.) degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, ON and earned her Certified Copy Editor (CCE) designation from Editors Canada in 2011. She has 20+ years of experience working as a professional editor and writer, and has excellent teamwork and communication skills. Her specialties include editing, proofreading, writing, language, communications, style guides, and research.

Julia Waterer, B.A. English (Hons.)
Assistant Editor
Julia Waterer also serves in a support role with the CJIC editorial team. Julia has a BA with Honours in English from the University of Winnipeg, and an MA in English Literature from Queen’s University in Kingston, ON.

Jackie Magat, B.A. Fine Arts (HONS.)
Director of Graphic Design
For the past 21 years, Jackie Magat has overseen CK’s graphic design team of formally trained graphic designers working on CJIC and other IPAC Canada communication projects. In 2000, Jackie successfully completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in the Honours program at the School of Art, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.

Al Whalen
Marketing Manager
Al Whalen is CK’s marketing manager for all IPAC-Canada-related advertising platforms, including the Canadian Journal of Infection Control (CJIC). Al has a Business Administration Diploma with a major in marketing from Red River College, Winnipeg, MB. To further his marketing-related education, Al returned to academia and successfully completed a rigorous Sales Management Certificate program. As CJIC’s marketing manager for more than a decade, Al has successfully guided its sustainable and growing revenue base, while ensuring that it is consistent with the objectives and values of IPAC Canada and its members, and that it employs the most current advertising standards for biomedical journals, including transparency, accuracy and truthfulness, compliance to CJIC’s standards for advertising in its journal, and ethical considerations.