Angela Taylor, BA, PBED, Masters of Disability Studies Student
Angela is our Founder/Executive Director. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba, with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She has her Post Bacc in Education, focusing on inclusion, and is currently enrolled in the Disability Studies Masters program at the University of Manitoba, while continuing other on-going training opportunities.
Lisa Van Den Hoven, BA
Lisa is our Lead Strategist and acts a a consultant for training, programming and development. She has supported many community initiatives with other groups including Winnipeg Babywearers and local parenting groups. She has a certificate from the University of Manitoba in Applied Behavior Analysis and has extensive experience working with special populations, including youth with developmental disorders, preschool and school age kids with ASD.
Monica Burfoot, BN
Monica has a BN and is gifted at working with families of all variations. She facilitates, teaches & guides various groups of parents & youth within our various programs & supports curriculum development. She is currently working towards her Masters of Education with a specialization on Adult and Post-Secondary Education.
Jenine Brown, B.A.
Jenine is our Project Director. She loves working with Inspire to encourage positive mental health in today’s youth and their community. Jenine has many years experience working with youth through volunteer and work settings and is also the owner of Embrace Birth Services, following her passion of supporting parents during birth as they start and continue their own families. She believes positive mental health starts young and is so thankful to be a part of the good work Inspire Community Outreach does.
Kate Dubberley, MA
Kate Dubberley is our lead research analyst. She received her Master’s in Psychology at the University of Manitoba. Her areas of specialization in the social sciences include control theory, mindfulness and emotions. Kate offers mentorship to professionals, academics, and students in a variety of social science disciplines, from content expertise to research and quality improvement strategies.
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