Staff Lee Wilson Toronto, ON Lee graduated from Concordia with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing. Since graduating, he has worked in a variety of sales positions and has travelled to Vietnam to work as an English teacher (and to see the country on motorcycle). During his travels, he worked with youth and discovered his passion for education. Upon returning to Canada, he was eager to pursue his passion of youth empowerment and teaching. Lee is also an avid improviser and poetry writer and loves to bring creativity and expression to any job. Lee is excited to be a part of the Jack.org team and break down the stigma surrounding mental health! Outside of work, Lee loves live music, comic books, motorcycling and hiking. An East Coast-er at heart, he likes to get out of the city on weekends whenever possible. My mental health revolution is a community where mental health and physical health are treated as one and the same. A community where mental health care is accessible to all and people feel comfortable speaking about their mental health, such as sharing when they need a day off or are looking for support.