As Project Manager at the EAAD, Ainslie leads components of two European Union funded projects, MENTUPP and EAAD-Best. Ainslie has extensive public policy experience, having led policy reform projects, provided strategic advice to senior government officials and politicians, and designed and implemented a diverse range of social policy projects in the areas of education, migration, and multiculturalism. She has worked at senior levels for two different state governments in Australia and for local government in London. Ainslie holds a Bachelor in Social Planning and a Masters in International Studies.
With Doo's experience in neuroscience and international development, she is passionate about tailoring mental health interventions to improving lives of people with depression and access to care. After completing her master‘s studies in Interdisciplinary Neuroscience at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, she have worked extensively on strengthening partnerships in global health based on knowledge sharing and research-based advocacy.
Kahar’s major is sport and exercise psychology, with an interest in the intersection between mental health and physical activity. He worked on exercise therapy against depression and wants to contribute to raising mental health awareness in the public and reducing the stigmatization.
Stefan is responsible for the maintenance of the EAAD website and ensures the flawless communication within the company on a technical side. Besides this he supports the EAAD in different projects with his technical input.
Alexandra Clement is a first-year doctoral student pursuing her Ph.D. in Health Quality at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. Her current research interest is focused on determining the facilitators and barriers to adopting interventions for early detection and treatment of depression and suicidal behaviours by child and youth mental health practitioners within Ontario.