Anne Bergen, PhD.
Anne Bergen is a consultant who helps people and organizations transform knowledge into action. Anne has mixed methods expertise gained through her PhD training in Applied Social Psychology. Anne believes that a common understanding of problems and solutions can be built through engaged research and collaborative action. Anne uses approaches grounded in social science theory to develop evaluation frameworks for collecting rigorous, meaningful, and actionable data. She has worked with diverse stakeholders (academic, community groups, nonprofit, government) to create knowledge mobilization activities and strategies for projects, and programmes, and organizations.
Travis Sztainert, PhD.
Dr. Travis Sztainert is a Knowledge Broker, Content Specialist at Gambling ResearchExchange Ontario – a ministry funded organization with a knowledge translation mandate. Travis has over 10 years of experience in the gambling field studying the antecedents and consequences of problem gambling at Carleton University, where he received his PhD in psychology. During his time at Carleton, Travis developed a keen interest in KTE – developing and teaching a graduate level course on the subject, and publishing a KTE guide for researchers. Travis aims to provide research expertise and capacity, provide advice in KTE to stakeholder groups, and develop syntheses of knowledge evidence, literature, tools and resources for GREO.