We'd Like to Introduce You to a Few of Our Team Leads

Meet Toronto Team Lead, Jen Couldrey

At the Home Front, we think it's important for you to meet the people behind the organization. Today we're interviewing Jen Coulrey, our Toronto Team Lead. Find her on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jencouldrey.

 

Why did you decide to join The Home Front Team?
I was tired of sitting around feeling helpless and want to take action to help.

 

What are you going to be doing on the team?
I’ll be connecting the dots between people who want to help and those who need support, so that we have an infrastructure in place to enable people to jump in and help and ensure we can maximize our impact.

 

What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now?
We stand behind you and will do whatever we can to support you. Thank you for your tremendous sacrifice.

 

One Article You Think People Should Read:
'The impact on the health care system could be total collapse,' warns ICU doctor

 

 

Jenessa Olson, Supply Coordinator

Find her on LinkedIn

 

Why did you join The Home Front Team?

As COVID-19 continued to spread, so did the feelings of fear, anxiety and helplessness. Though I cannot directly help our healthcare professionals combat the virus, I can help combat these fears by supporting our frontline workers! By joining together, we can make a difference!

 

 What are you going to be doing on the team? 

I am serving this team by helping in an organizational capacity and by working with a team to connect supply with demand!

 

What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now?

Thank you so much for all that you’re doing! Our greatest hope is to help keep you safe and healthy so you can keep serving our communities and country! 

 

One article you think people should read 

When should you self-isolate, self-quarantine or social-distance?

Let's all start speaking the same language!

 

 

Alexis Dean, Mask Production Coordinator

Find her on Instagram

 

Why did you join The Home Front Team?  

I think it's important that we take action to support our front line healthcare workers when they need us. They're always there when we need them, it's our time to do our part!

 

What are you going to be doing on the team? 

I'm the mask production coordinator, helping folks gather the resources and info they need to make masks, produce masks, sanitize them, and get them into the hands of the people who need them most. 

 

What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now?

Thank you for everything you're doing, and thank you to your families and support workers who are providing you with the support and care that enables you to do your lifesaving work. 

 

One article you think people should read 

The Best-Case Outcome for the Coronavirus, and the Worst