Kaleigh obtained her BSc in Biomedical Science at the University of Guelph and went on to obtain a Master of Health Science in Translational Research at the University of Toronto. She applied design thinking principles to explore gaps in healthcare which lead her to research considerations for implementing artificial intelligence decision-aids for radiation oncologists. Combining her interest in education and design thinking, she worked with the John F. Wood centre to make design thinking tools more accessible across disciplines on campus. Her interest in innovative health solutions and communications led her to MEDUCOM, where she uses her scientific background, design thinking experience, and bilingual communication to help the team deliver innovative, polished programs.
When she’s not in the office, you can find Kaleigh climbing, cycling, camping, or on the trails with her dog Paisley.