|Jessie Saul, PhD
Jessie is a US-based consultant specialized in the engaged and strategic use of research and evaluation results to improve health care practice and policy. From 2003-2008 she was the senior research program manager for ClearWay Minnesota, an organization dedicated to reducing tobacco use in that state. She has also conducted research on blood supply safety in France and the United States, specializing in cross-cultural differences in public understanding of health issues. One of her passions is making data useful by “telling the stories behind the numbers.” Jessie received her bachelor’s degree in physics from Boston College, and her Ph.D. in science & technology studies from Cornell University.
|Bill Callery, MSc.
Bill completed his Masters degree in health studies at the University of Waterloo, where his research training focused on international tobacco control policy evaluation and knowledge translation and exchange. Bill has expertise in leading multi-organization teams, managing complex public health interventions and knowledge exchange initiatives, and advocating for public health policy. In addition to working with InSource Bill manages programs & knowledge exchange at the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada.
|Brittany Barker, MPP
Brittany is a researcher in the Urban Health Research Initiative at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver). Her research concerns at-risk youth, the health-related impacts of exposure to the child welfare system and the health of urban Aboriginal populations. Brittany received her master’s degree in public policy from Simon Fraser University, completed internships at the BC Ministry of Health and is now a four-year fellowship recipient at the University of British Columbia, completing her PhD in public health.