Ted has been a part of the Bridge for more than 5 years. Initially, he was the participant of the PROMPT project, and then he continued working as a community peer researcher. He was actively engaged in all research related activities at the Bridge such as recruiting, consenting, administering surveys, and follow-ups. He is also a member of the Bridge Community Advisory Committee. He is co-Principal Investigator and co-Investigator of many of the Bridge research studies. Knowledge mobilization, activities such as leading community meetings, fundraising through Run for a Reason, and presentations at community and academic events are also Ted’s interests. One of Ted’s talents is cooking – his bannock is delicious!