We are a health and wellness marketing and communications agency with a focus on supporting not-for-profits and small businesses that have a passion to do more and do better. We have a team of industry experts in various disciplines (primary care, social work, nutrition, etc.) that know the ins and outs of the health and wellness field.
Our mission is to not only help you make a difference, but provide you with a fresh perspective that speaks to your audience. Our aim is extraordinary outcomes through targeted public relations, marketing and business solutions. We are passionate about delivering an exceptional experience to our clients.
Louise holds a BA in Communications, a post-graduate diploma in Journalism, and a diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition. With 15+ years of experience, she provided expert communications consultation to renowned technology companies like IBM and epost, as well as health and wellness organizations such as the YMCA, Community Health Centres, and Ontario Health Teams. During her tenure at Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Louise excelled at generating media coverage for clients in leading publications and national television networks. What sets Louise apart is her appreciation for her Francophone heritage, which uniquely equips her to connect with diverse audiences by recognizing the value of integrating culture and language into organizational communications.
Jessica is Métis with Wampanoag and Narragansett lineage, holding a BA in Organizational Psychology and Evaluation Studies, along with a Masters of Social Work. She recently earned certificates in Change Management and Leadership Studies from Cornell University. With 15+ years of experience in Healthcare Administration and Leadership within the not-for-profit sector, Jessica is dedicated to leveraging digital solutions in healthcare and utilizing technology, including social media, for health promotion and improved wellbeing. Jessica is particularly conscious of using technology in a way that is respectful of Indigenous cultures and knowledge, while also aiming to bridge gaps in healthcare accessibility for underrepresented communities.