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Kera holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Psychology from Memorial University, with a Certificate in Criminology. She also completed a diploma in Medical Administration from Eastern Academy and has over 4 years of experience working with various clinics and non-profits. She is currently Outreach Lead for Anxiety Canada’s Youth Committee. Kera was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2016 after many years of being unable to receive a proper diagnosis. She is highly committed to spreading awareness about celiac disease in Newfoundland and Labrador, particularly to impact the time it takes to get diagnosed and improve mental health surrounding the management of the disease. In her spare time, she loves petsitting and dog walking. 



Vice President

As an individual recently diagnosed with celiac disease, I am proud to be part of an association that advocates for those requiring support in managing this challenging disease. A supporting community is extremely important when entering a period of uncertainty post diagnosis. As an individual who recognizes the issues regarding the lack of education and information in our local community, I am willing to go above and beyond to help others overcome the stigma that is present regarding celiac disease. Being a member of the Board of Executives has given me the opportunity to thrive and connect with others going through similar circumstances as myself, and that is the reason I am strongly passionate about our association and how we can better ourselves while providing education to our community members and making a difference in the communities of Newfoundland and Labrador. 




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