I obtained my Bachelor of Social Work at McGill University. I have worked as a Social Work Intern at the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre with children with visual impairment and blindness, CSSS Cavendish with elderly clients with loss of autonomy, and Cedars CanSupport, a non-profit organization that provides services to cancer patients and their families. At Cedars CanSupport, I learned to work with cancer patients and their families experiencing loss, grief and bereavement. It was also at Cedars CanSupport where I co-facilitated a coping skills workshop for cancer patients, with my mentor, Natalie Segall, who is now President of Good Grief Central. I then pursued my career in HR, and obtained my Graduate Diploma in HR Management at McGill University. I am currently working in the HR field at Crowe BGK, an accounting firm. At the age of 24, five months after my dad died, I decided to volunteer as a facilitator at the Good Grief Workshop for Children and Teens, at the request of Natalie Segall. I have been volunteering at Good Grief Workshops ever since. I am proud to be a board member and facilitator of Good Grief Central, and look forward to taking part in initiatives that contribute to grief services and programs for families in need.