Antoinette is a Research Scientist specializing in health economics and outcomes research and holds an MPH from the University of Manchester. Throughout her career, Antoinette has led projects to understand the impact of varied conditions ranging from spinal cord injury to rare blood disorders, and their treatment on health outcomes. Her work has been published in scientific journals such as Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Advances in Therapy, The Journal of Rheumatology, Journal of Neurotrauma, and Spinal Cord.
Outside of her work, Antoinette has found joy in supporting non-profit organizations and her community. She has volunteered with the BC Wheelchair Sports Association to provide onsite services during tournaments, as well as the Best Buddies program to build meaningful friendships with people with disabilities. She currently serves on the Microboard of the Queen of Nature Society and is now delighted to join the PLAN family as part of the Board of Directors.