Staff Emilia Patiño Anaya Toronto, ON As Program Lead, Emilia leads knowledge translation and research on special populations, and runs the francophone programs across Quebec and New Brunswick. She also supports evaluation projects to ensure that our programs are evidence-based, up to date, and responsive to feedback. Emilia did her undergrad at the University of Toronto, where she studied History and Semiotics, and her masters at the London School of Economics & Political Science, where she studied Comparative Politics. She spends most of her time talking about the environment, but you’ll also find her reading, biking, or trying new recipes. My mental health revolution means education, openness, and available resources. It means that everyone has the information to help themselves and others; that the conversation is transparent and ongoing; and that the systems and institutions are responsive & equipped to support those in need.