A group of distinguished individuals from different fields that oversee the corporate affairs of STEM Fellowship as a charity.

Dr. Sacha Noukhovitch


Sacha sits on the USA Council of Science Editors and LEAD International.


Adrian Stanley

Managing Director, Publisher at Digital Science, Past President Society for Scholarly Publishing

Adrian is the VP at Digital Science, a technology company serving the needs of the scientific research community.


Mark Morreale

SAS Canada Academic Program Manager

A professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University, Mark is the academic lead for SAS.


Jean Yip

Member of Parliament for Scarborough – Agincourt

Mother of three boys, two of whom are in high school. Passionate about the future of technology and kids.


Dr. Daniel Gruner

CTO-Software, SciNet HPC Consortium

Daniel has more than thirty years’ experience in computational science and scientific computing.

Suzanne Kettley

Executive Director of Canadian Science Publishing

Suzanne Kettley is the Executive Director of Canadian Science Publishing.

Tristan Wild

Secretary of the Board of Directors

Tristan is a fourth year student at Western University completing an Honours Specialization in Microbiology and Immunology. He has a passion for STEM education, global health, and is pursuing a career in medicine.


Mohmmad Asadi Lari

Co-Founder, Honorary Board Member

Mohammad was the Managing Director of STEM Fellowship from its founding in 2015 until the end of 2018 and then served as an advisor and Board Member. He was an MD/PhD candidate at U of T and the co-founder of the Canadian Association of Physician Innovators and Entrepreneurs.


Hannah Rahim
Youth Strategic Advisor and Board Member

Hannah is an incoming Associate at Boston Consulting Group and a recent University of Calgary BHSc graduate. Previously, she has served as STEM Fellowship’s CEO, interned with the UN Human Rights Council and published several health research papers. She hopes to work at the intersection of management, population health and social justice.

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