Our AWESOME Team!
Beth is a science educator and family caregiver for her husband Tony who had a lung transplant after a decline in health and end-stage lung failure. She’s now helping patients and families navigate the complex Canadian healthcare system – informed by their lived expertise.
I am a Tech-Lover with a community-building attitude. I am a huge believer that technology that runs with core values of empathy, compassion, and diversity is what next-generation needs. I get fueled up by human beings who are working tirelessly to make this world a better place.
Mateus Schoffen is a Master’s student in Computational Modeling, where he focuses his research on Computational Neuroscience, Brain Computer Interface and Data Mining. Graduated in Information Systems. More info: My Site
Kokeb Solomon is a Neuroscience and Mental Health student, passionate about mental health conversations. With a family of health care workers, she knows first hand how much work burnout has an effect on not just the employee but the entire family. You can find out more about her on www.kokeb.ca
Christina, a.k.a. “Cricket” Barretti-Sigal is fresh out of Le Wagon’s Coding Bootcamp in Montréal and looking for new opportunities, but historically has spent much more time painting scenery for the Television and Film Industry, caring for other peoples’ children, gardening, or volunteering for a Domestic Violence Organization serving members of the LGBQ/T, Polyamorous and Kink Community. Find Cricket at https://www.linkedin.com/in/cricket-christina-barretti-sigal-1593a163
Michelle is a writer, facilitator, and design enthusiast who loves to build community and resources around wellness and everyday happiness. Find her at https://www.instagram.com/michellevandepol/
Dr. Melissa Woodward is a clinical research scientist investigating brain changes in individuals with complex mental health concerns. She is passionate about knowledge translation and research that can impact change for people who have experienced marginalization. Follow her on twitter @melissaw28.
Andrea is a former health care and childcare worker affected by Mental Health – CPTSD . Navigating and identifying the gaps in Mental Health resources has led her to cofound “Hope For PTSD Global Initiative Foundation” where they are involved with the Patient Voices Network where opportunities to advocate for mental health resources are available.https://www.facebook.com/Hope-For-PTSD-Global-Initiative-Foundation-675522306233420/