Dr. Sangeeta Wylie is a dentist, actor and playwright.
Dr Wylie earned a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry, Minor in Music) from Acadia University, and a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from Dalhousie University.
Her various experiences in dentistry include practice ownership, teaching, lecturing, mentoring, grading (National Dental Aptitude Test), hospital on-call support, and committee support (British Columbia College of Oral Health Professionals).
During the Covid-19 vaccine outreach efforts Dr Wylie served as a Clinical Lead for Northern Health Authority of British Columbia.
Currently she is helping spearhead a medical-dental collaborative pathway within "Real Time Virtual Support", a resource for rural, remote, and Indigenous communities through Rural Coordination Centre of BC.
Dr. Wylie’s artistic endeavors extend to acting in TV/Film/Theatre, and playwriting.
Her work, supported by prestigious arts grants, has garnered multiple awards and international recognition, broken livestream records, and been added to the Theatre curriculum at University of Victoria.
Dr Wylie is an active member of UBCP/Actra and serves as an Executive Board Director for The Cultch (Vancouver).
Dr Wylie is passionate about sharing inspirational stories of Planet Smile for Kids far and wide to connect us in helping those in need.