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Michelle Kerr, O.D. is a 1991 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry, where she received numerous patient care awards for Contact Lenses and Patient Management. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a Bachelor's degree in Biology in 1987. She also acquired an additional Bachelor's of Vision Science from UC Berkeley in 1989.
Dr. Kerr specializes in comprehensive family vision care, including specialty contact lenses, bifocal contact lenses, pediatric screening and evaluation, and Lasik consultation.
Dr. Kerr lives in Benicia with her husband and two teenage children. She continues her childhood love of competitive swimming as an avid triathlete and Master's swimmer. She and her family also enjoy camping, biking and sailing in the San Francisco Bay.
Dr. Joelle Zarzana grew up in the Sonoma Valley and attended high school at Justin Siena in Napa, where she was an honors student and active in sports and theater. She received her Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Neurobiology, while pre-med, from the University of California, Davis. She then attended U.C. Berkeley, where she received a second Bachelors degree in Vision Science, while earning her doctorate in optometry in 2004.
Dr. Zarzana performed vision screening on students (K-12) for Alameda and Contra Costa County. She was a managing optometrist for EyExam, where she was nominated for "2005 Managing Doctor of the Year." Dr. Zarzana was active in local volunteer work, partnering with charitable organizations to provide free eye exams to those in need.
She is a third generation Italian-American, with extensive family throughout Italy. As a result, she loves traveling and is currently learning Italian. She also enjoys musical theater, health and fitness.
Dr. Alishia Chan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences and also a degree in Leadership from the University of California, Davis. She then earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts.
Born in Hong Kong, Dr. Chan is fluent in English and Chinese. She moved to the United States when she was eight and grew up in the East Bay. She enjoys spending time with her family and outdoor activities including kayaking, swimming, basketball, and traveling.
As an active member of Lion's Club since she was in Boston, Dr. Chan has continued to make an impact in her community by promoting eye health awareness through eye screenings and presentations to children and elders. She enjoys traveling to undeveloped countries and providing eye care to socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals. In 2005, Dr. Chan traveled to China as a member of Unite for Sight and prescribed eyewear to over 1200 students in remote areas of rural China.
Dr. Chan specialty areas include hard to fit contact lenses, pediatrics care, and general family optometry.