Staff Jason Frittaion Toronto, ON As the Information Systems Manager, Jason is responsible for ensuring that Jack.org is a nonprofit leader in the digital space. By overseeing the design, implementation, and continual improvement of Jack.org’s systems, he helps ensure that all staff and stakeholders are technologically equipped to revolutionize mental health. Jason received his Honours Bachelor of Business Administration, with distinction, from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011. Since then, he fostered his passion for social justice issues as a motivational speaker and school engagement specialist, working with youth domestically and abroad. Previous to his current role at Jack.org, Jason worked as a Program Manager for the Jack Talk and Regional Summit programs. Outside of work, you are most likely to find Jason playing ALL the sports, cuddling with his dog Buster (pictured), or shamelessly making "dad" jokes. My mental health revolution is one which ends with me telling my very perplexed grandkids that once upon a time, mental health was something that people didn’t talk about (but then, a bunch of rebels went and changed that!). I'll then baffle them further by telling them my first job was at what used to be a wondrous, magical place called "Blockbuster Video." I can't wait.