Staff Megan Kimble Megan is a Program Coordinator at Jack.org, where she supports youth mental health advocates in British Columbia. Megan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Information Technoculture from The University of Western Ontario. Before joining Jack.org, Megan worked within the youth engagement and tourism industries. She spent time living and working between Canada and abroad, from a Whitewater Rafting Resort in BC to corporate travel in Toronto to leading and managing service-learning trips for youth in Southeast Asia. Working with youth sparked an interest and a desire to find creative ways to challenge mental health stigma. Megan is thrilled to work with such outstanding young leaders across the country! She is passionate about inclusivity, cultural competency, and youth empowerment. Outside of work, you can find Megan sipping ice coffee, adding to her never-ending list of restaurants to try, daydreaming about owning a campervan and finding any excuse to get outside and soak up some sunshine. My mental health revolution is a world where youth feel empowered to support one another and have the tools and resources to take care of themselves. A world where conversations about mental health centre around understanding and compassion rather than judgement and stigma. And where all Canadians have equitable access to culturally appropriate resources and affordable mental health care.