After graduating from the University of B.C. in 1974, Marshall Moleschi experienced pharmacy in almost all of its settings: community, hospital, long-term care and healthcare administration. Equipped with those experiences, he turned to the regulation of pharmacy as the focus for his leadership abilities, first as Registrar of the College of Pharmacists of B.C. and most recently as Registrar of the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP). He has helped guide the profession in both provinces through unprecedented changes to scope of practice, which included extensive travels to district meetings and provincial conferences to motivate pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to embrace the opportunities to expand their services to patients. In Ontario, Marshall evolved the College’s practice assessments of pharmacies away from simply a traditional checklist of adherence to rules to include an evaluation of the practice, which includes coaching practitioners to enhance their delivery of pharmacy services. Marshall is also a Past President of the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy. He retired as Registrar of OCP in September 2016.