Staff Amy Wang Toronto, ON After completing a Specialist in Mental Health and a minor in English, Amy graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science. Throughout her undergraduate career, Amy worked in student services and held internships at other non-profits and mental health charities (including one at Jack.org!) Amy first got involved with the organization in 2016 by starting a chapter at her school. Fueled by the passion of the network, she became a talks speaker the following year and also became a network representative in 2018. She’s incredibly honoured to have been a part of an amazing youth-led movement and continues to support the network through her work. In her free time, Amy enjoys travelling, trying new foods, and getting the perfect photo for the 'gram. My mental health revolution is to work towards a Canada where all young people can get the help they need, when they need it, and feel supported every step of the way.