Ally Hobson (Montréal)
Legal Consultant / Production Assistant
Ally grew up in Montréal. She is a graduate of McGill Law and a member of the Québec Bar Association. She has experience working in family, housing and municipal law, and she is committed to social justice initiatives that prioritize both environmental sustainability and social equity.
Caitlin Gilbert (Montréal)
Video Editor / Camera Operator
Caitlin is an American ex-pat originally from New England. She holds an H.BFA in Film Production (specializing in cinematography and alternative cinema) from York University, Toronto. She relocated to Montréal in pursuit of new cultural experiences, fell in love with the city, and has been a professional film and video editor there for the past five years.
Camille Bérubé (Montréal)
Legal Consultant / Voice-Over Artist
Born and raised in Montréal, Camille obtained a law degree from McGill University and now practices public law. A bilingual francophone in pursuit of sustainable living, she invests her energy in community-building projects with the Montréal Burners. Passionate about art and performance, Camille is now bringing her artistic creativity into the voice-over field.
Catherine Dubeau (Gatineau)
Catherine is a skilled, ambitious animator and applied key-framer from Gatineau, who has been doing freelance work since graduating from Concordia University in 2015. After seeing the world by participating in international film festivals, she is determined to make a positive difference, especially through her goal of directing independent film productions.
Clinton Brown (Toronto)
Business / Legal Affairs Consultant
Originally from Westlock Alberta, Clinton is a graduate of McGill Law. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Canadian Bar Association. Now located in Toronto, he specializes in providing legal consulting services to businesses and the entertainment industry.
David Metcalfe (Toronto)
Actor / Camera Operator/Lighting
David is a graduate of the University of Waterloo's Theatre and Music programs. An experienced actor, theatre technician and scenographer, he has transitioned into filmmaking, camera operation, lighting, and set design. His production company, Tango:Charlie Pictures, captures live performances of independent musicians.
Gabriel Masella (Montréal)
Born and raised in Montréal, Gabriel has a degree in Film Animation from Concordia University. Proving that a creative mind can happily coexist with an organized, hard- working personality, he is a skilled, in-demand freelancer and a contract animator for Devlin Marlow Productions.
Hélène Vallée (Vancouver)
Hélène was a business owner in Montréal’s fashion and film industries for 10 years. Her interests in different worldviews, ethical issues and social justice led her to pursue a degree in religious studies and bioethics from Université de Montréal, and law degrees from McGill. Now based in Vancouver, she focuses on investigative journalism.
Jean-Michel Tardif (Montréal)
Graphic Designer / Branding Consultant
Jean-Michel grew up in Québec City. He is a graduate of the Graphic Design program at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He developed his graphic design and branding expertise while working for corporations such as Fido and the National Bank, and other ad agency campaigns. He has also imprinted his creative graphic design style on Just In Canada.
Jeremy King (Victoria)
Web Master / Web Design and Development
Jeremy is a skilled digital media content creator and producer. A graduate of the Interactive Media Specialist program at Fanshawe College, and the Computer Security & Investigations program at Sir Sanford Fleming College, Jeremy is passionate about human rights, social justice and collaborative projects. His portfolio can be viewed on his website: REGNR8 Productions.
Justin Douglas (Montréal)
Justin was born in Montréal and grew up on Vancouver Island. His interests in law, politics and social justice resulted in a political science degree from UVic and law degrees from McGill. Justin articled in immigration and refugee law in Toronto, but decided to transfer his passion for Canada into a medium that he hopes will be effective in creating positive social change.
Markus Zinsberger (Montréal)
Management Consultant / Professional Business Coach
German by birth, Markus is now a Canadian citizen and calls Montréal his home. He received his MBA in Vienna, Austria and moved to Canada in 2009. In addition to being a change management consultant and business coach, he is also a certified yoga instructor. His passion for the environment and sustainable living is reflected in his consulting work and coaching style.
Olivier Lessard (Montréal)
A Montréal native, Olivier attended Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and Concordia University, where he graduated with a degree in Film Production. A professional director and director of photography, Olivier is actively involved in the television community in Montréal, and has developed an impressive portfolio from working on many short films, television and independent projects.
Patrick Travers (Québec City)
Patrick grew up in Montréal, and is now in his final year of Administration and Marketing at Université Laval in Québec City. A natural networker and athlete, Patrick brings a fresh, creative perspective to community development and marketing. The creative marketing of not-for-profit organizations is a particular interest of his.
Suzanne Jackson (Montréal)
Aboriginal Affairs Lawyer /Legal Consultant
Originally from Vancouver, Suzanne holds a degree in Sociology and Women’s Studies from UBC. She has long been motivated by issues of social justice, which prompted her to become actively involved in advocating for women’s rights. A graduate of McGill Law, she now works in aboriginal law, a field to which she is deeply committed.
Tara Douglas (Victoria)
A graduate of the University of Victoria, Tara is a historian specializing in Canadian, European and Middle Eastern history and international relations. Long interested in social, political, environmental, and educational issues in Canada, she is an experienced educator and consultant, as well as a professional researcher, writer and journalist.
Yoann Bagneux (Montréal)
Originally from Toulouse, France, Yoann moved to Canada in 2008 and is now a Canadian citizen. He obtained a degree in Engineering, with an International Business specialization, in France in 2002. Currently working in the aeronautics industry, Yoann is also in the process of obtaining a post-graduate diploma in Translation at Concordia University.