We work at the intersection of healthcare and storytelling.
Meet Lauren McGill
Lauren’s interest in healthcare started while working for family physicians in high school. Since then, she’s worked as a pharmacy technician and then a medical transcriptionist. She’s worked at three hospitals, spending time in the ICU, palliative care, rehab and the Emergency Department, which gave her valuable insights into the world of medicine.
What stood out to her was the disconnect between healthcare experts and people outside of medicine. Many experts publish plenty of content but struggle to make their ideas stick. So, she set out to bridge that gap. Her mission is to translate complex medical concepts into everyday language so that everyone can be part of the conversation.
Meet Sierra Jensen
Sierra is a junior writer with a passion for creating meaningful content. She assists with project management, research, as well as many other behind-the-scenes tasks. She has a sharp eye for details and brings a strong editorial style to all client projects.
She is passionate about health and wellness education and truly loves writing about topics that help readers improve their quality of life. When she’s not in the office, you’ll find Sierra travelling, paddle boarding, and cooking.
Farley, MD CCFP
Emma is a medical professional with over five years of clinical experience in Family Medicine. She specializes in medical editing with a passion for plain language, clarity of message, and health literacy.
We call Emma to make our work sparkle with her developmental editing, copy/line editing, and proofreading.
Chantal Tranchemontagne is a seasoned editorial professional with 20+ years of experience in the world of magazine publishing and content creation. She is the editor-in-chief and publisher of Perch Magazine. Past clients include Mercedes Benz, Bell, Air Canada, Magazines Canada, Canada Post, and more.
We call Chantal when we need big ideas, a killer content strategy, or cheerleading.
Megan is a creative powerhouse with a sharp eye for conceptual storytelling and a knack for technical writing. She is also a fiction writer twice published in “Best Canadian Stories” (Oberon Press, 2015 and 2016) and shortlisted for a 2015 National Magazine Award.
We call upon Megan for her phenomenal feedback, strong lead in life science projects, and monthly coffee chats.