Julie Ann (‘JA’) Wolfe May is a Toronto-based manager, writer-researcher, and strategic consultant to business and government leaders and works within community, corporate, non-profit and government sectors in the development of strategies for advancement of social change and public policy. JA began her career at CBC-TV in Toronto and extended her experience into other media. Over 3 decades she has championed various cause-related and advocacy campaigns with a do-good purpose and has worked in aid of some of the most vulnerable populations. Ms. May’s experience includes her tenure as president of the ONTCHILD provincial association — an umbrella representing residential care agencies working with and assisting at risk children and youth. JA is a founding member of the Canadian Network for Arts and Learning, the i-Canada Alliance, and adviser to the VerdeXchange Canada corporate environmental action initiative. JA obtained her BA in TV & Journalism from Ryerson University (Toronto, ON) and her MS in Telecommunications Management from Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY).