Charles Ozzoude is the Communications & Community Engagement Coordinator for the Supports for Success (SFS) project at Wellesley Institute.
Charles has previously worked as a Drug Safety and Effectiveness Analyst with Health Canada, in community outreach at the AIDS Committee of Ottawa, and in community-based diabetes screening for high-risk immigrant and ethnic communities at Centretown Community Health Centre, Ottawa.
He has an M.Sc. in Health Science, Technology, and Policy (Carleton University), was a finalist in the 2017 Carleton University Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition and has a B.Sc. in Global Health, Sociology, and Geography (University of Toronto). Charles is solidly interested in the social determinants of health, health of marginalized groups, and health policy. He also has enduring interests in e-health technologies for person-centered care and the broader intersection of health, technology, and society. An enthusiastic bicycling fledgling, he is also passionate about holistic and healthy active living.