Pete is the founder of The GenWell Project and is proud to be leading a movement that he truly believes can make the world a happier and healthier place. The idea, in the making for over a decade before it’s launch in 2016, was inspired by the events that Pete witnessed during blackout back in 2003. Kindness, generosity, empathy and human connection. Most of us were never educated on the importance of human connection for our health and happiness, but now we need to make it happen before the next crisis arrives.
Having spent time in the for profit and not for profit worlds, Pete believes that there is a great opportunity to connect those two worlds in driving both purpose and profit for the benefit of everyone.
You can find out more about Pete on his Linked in profile here.
You can connect with Pete at pete@GenWellproject.org
Jamie has been leading the PR and Communications for The GenWell Project for nearly four years and is excited to be part of the solution to the social isolation, disconnection and loneliness that we face in Canada and around the world today. As an expert in the public relations arena after a long career at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment in Toronto, Canada, Jamie is pleased to be working on a project that is on a mission to make the world a happier and healthier place one face to face conversation at a time.
By day Jamie and his wife Ivette are the proud parents to four great children and together they have played a role in helping support The GenWell Project in their own community.
You can find out more about Jamie on his Linked in profile here.
You can connect with Jamie at Jamie@GenWellproject.org.
Dr. Kiffer G. Card is a social and behavioural epidemiologist with the School of Public Health and Social Policy at the University of Victoria. He also holds an appointment as an Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Card’s research focuses on the social dimensions of health with an emphasis on understanding the roles that health inequity and social marginalization play in shaping healthcare utilization, health-related knowledge, and stigmatized behaviour. Further, Dr. Card is the recipient of the 2020 CIHR-IHSPR Rising Star Award, along with several prestigious postdoctoral awards. Over the past six years, his work on substance use, sexual behaviour, and social connection has been supported by more than $15 million dollars in funding and resulted in nearly 70 publications and over 90 academic conference presentations. As a rising star in social and behavioural epidemiology, Dr. Card’s research program provides training to future scholars and raises awareness of key social reforms and policies that aim to help Canadian leaders build happier and healthier communities.
You can find out more about Kiffer on his Linked in profile here.
You can connect with Kffer at email@example.com.
Brenna Flynn began her work with The GenWell Project as an intern in 2020. She passionately believes in the mission and message of The GenWell Project and is excited to continue her journey with the team as the Social Media Manager, ensuring that our daily tips, tools, ideas and suggestions are working to help people stay connected face-to-face during these disconnected times. Brenna aspires to use her skills in public relations and social media to inspire audiences through creative storytelling and strategic communications.”
You can find out more about Brenna on her Linked in profile here.
You can reach out to Brenna at Brenna@GenWellProject.org
Neelima is currently a Bachelor of Public Relations Student at Humber College. She believes in building relationships and creating a community where everyone has an opportunity to thrive. Her passion for connection and authentic storytelling is what drew her to PR and social media. In her free time, she likes to spend her time with her family or friends, reading a good book, or exploring hidden gems around the city.