Jamie Magrill is a Graduate Research Assistant studying in the MSc in the Biomedical Sciences program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He completed his HonBSc from the University of British Columbia in 2018, with a focus on Cancer and Diabetes Research. He is most interested in creating strong community-based tools and platforms to build connectivity and improve outcomes for folks in the social, philanthropic, and environmental good-work and start-up communities. With five years of biomedical research experience, and six years of volunteer leadership in student services, healthcare, adaptive aquatics and STEM teaching and outreach across BC, Jamie comes to the table with a wide variety of experiences and skills that enable him to empower and guide people and projects to achieve their best results; helping the people who help make the world a better place. With connections at organizations and institutions ranging from the University of British Columbia, Let's Talk Science Canada and Genome BC, including serving as the organizer for the Curiosities of the Natural World lecture series at the Vancouver Public Library, to local changemaker organizations such as Stanstronge Pool and the Dr. Peter Centre for HIV/AIDS Palliative Care, to international institutions including Nobel Laureates For Education, Jamie is able to draw on a diverse network of changemakers to enact change at the local level, starting with the Vancouver Chapter of the Visioneers International Network!