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Guinness World Record Holder. Canadian Order of Sport Recipient.

Stanford Graduate School of Business Leadership Award Winner.

Founder. And more...


My mission is to create. From medal-winning athletic performances to large-scale policy initiatives, I am driven to help form a reality that is positive, inclusive, and forward-thinking.

After winning the first Olympic medals for Canada in Turin (2006) and Vancouver (2010) and achieving the Guinness World Record for number of gold medals at the Freestyle Skiing World Championships, I turned my athlete’s focus to new pursuits.


I have always been challenging the status-quo becoming a founder of B2ten, policy developer of Safe Sport to address abuse and harassment, and now building a women's healthtech startup as a founder and CEO. 

I am a Canadian, Quebec and Alberta Sports Hall of Famer, Governor General M.S.C. recipient holder, as well as a McGill and Stanford graduate.


In my spare time, I deliver keynote presentations and am a CBC sports commentator for World Cup and Olympic freestyle skiing competitions. I'm also raising two boys with my partner, and take to the slopes and waves whenever I can.

Over A Decade of Innovation​

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Based in

San Francisco


Edmonton, Montreal, & Vancouver

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