Sally joined HELP in 2014 as the Knowledge Translation (KT) Manager. In this role, Sally provides strategic leadership and creativity in advancing HELP’s mission to create, promote and apply interdisciplinary research. She steers and develops HELP’s strategy in the following major areas of HELP: Community Engagement, Reporting, Mapping and Visualization, and Communications. Over the past 8 years Sally has worked both provincially in BC and internationally in health promotion, research, and advocacy initiatives focusing on health inequities, and mental and environmental health. She has earned a BA in Anthropology (University of Victoria, 2004) and a Masters in Global Public Health (Simon Fraser University, 2011). Prior to HELP, Sally worked for five years in UBC`s Department of Psychiatry as a KT Manager where she focused on developing and implementing KT strategies for a multidisciplinary research network with the aim to build capacity for conducting patient-engaged research, and enhancing the healthcare system to improve mental health and wellness.