I grew up on a small farm west of Edmonton.
Graduated High School from Stony Plain Memorial High.
I started in the Optical industry in 1989 working at an office in West Edmonton Mall.
After completing the Nait Optical program, I received my licence in 1992. Over the years I worked for both large chain stores and small independent offices.
In 2002 we started Trendz Optical now celebrating 16 years in business.Over the past 4-5 years I have enjoyed speaking with daycares, play schools, mom's groups and schools.
Educating them on how our eyes see, the importance of regular eye exams. I really enjoy working with the young children, some of the questions they ask...lots of fun!
In 2017 I became involved with the Homeless Connect Edmonton. This is a community inspired initiative that provides Free services to people experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless. This is a great opportunity to join with fellow Opticians and Optometrists to provide eye care to those in need.
My husband Glenn and I have 2 children: Our son is 20 and our daughter is 15 years. When I am not working, I enjoy playing on a women's soccer team both indoor and outdoor, I also enjoy gardening.
As a family we enjoy camping during the summer months, usually bring out the quad and motorbikes and go for a long ride. I prefer 4 wheels so Iím on the quad.
Dr. Natalie Chai was born and raised in Edmonton. She began her undergraduate studies at the University of Alberta in biology before attending Pacific University College of Optometry in 2010 in Forest Grove, Oregon. In 2014, Dr. Chai graduated with a doctorate of Optometry with distinction and a Bachelor of Science in Vision Science from Pacific University. Her clinical experience has given her extensive training in primary eye care, ocular disease, contact lenses, and pediatrics. In addition to providing quality eye care, she strongly believes in the importance of taking the time to educate her patients on the status of their eye health and in turn their general health. She continually strives to keep conversation open and to help patients realize eye sight is more than just seeing 20/20. In her spare time, Dr. Chai enjoys fitness, sports, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Nasir A. Khan is a native of Edmonton, Alberta. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Alberta in 1999. After that he decided to pursue a career in optometry, he attended the University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry in California. He received his doctorate of Optometry in 2003, along with receiving the George I. Deane, Jr. O.D. Memorial Leadership Award and the William Feinbloom Low Vision Award.
Dr. Khan is an active member of the Alberta Association of Optometrists and currently serves as a Secretary-Treasurer of the Alberta College of Optometrists. He provides comprehensive optometric care (including the treatment and management of ocular disease and contact lenses) and has a particular interest in pediatric eye care and low vision. Dr. Khan has two girls, ages 7 and 4, and enjoys many activities and spending time with his family.
When you call or stop by, quite often Pamela is the one that you will meet. She has a keen eye for choosing frames that are best suited for you and your style.
Born and raised in Edmonton Alberta, grew up just west of the city in Stony Plain (where she met Janet).
Moved after high school to Kitchener Ontario and Guelph Ontario. Then she moved to Port Coquitlam BC, finally settling in Sherwood Park in 2004. Pamela is married with 2 children who attend high school here in Sherwood Park.
Pamela is quite an artist, she made our Charlie Brown for the Festival of Trees.
Outside of the office she spends her time off baking, drawing, painting, sculpting and taking pictures. Pam also enjoys reading, various types of books.
If you're in the market for a new set of eyeglasses in Sherwood Park then you need to see an Eye Doctor at Trendz Optical. Our eye doctors are experts at assessing your vision needs and providing you a set of eyeglasses in Sherwood Park that perfectly augment the limitations of your eyesight.