Dr. Jeanne LeBlanc received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, completed a post-doctoral internship in Clinical Neuropsychology, later received her ABPP in Rehabilitation Psychology, and completed a post-graduate certificate in Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery, from Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma and Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education. She is currently in independent practice in Vancouver, BC. Over a decade ago, Dr. LeBlanc began to participate in disaster response, leading to international deployments, humanitarian assistance, and education of providers in countries including Canada, New Zealand, Haiti, Malawi, Guatemala and China. Dr. LeBlanc has represented British Columbia to APA's Disaster Resource Network, and Canada to the DRN Advisory Committee. She is the first non-physician member of the American Academy of Disaster Medicine, and works closely with medical and non-medical disaster response teams. Additionally, she provided consultation to the Canadian Olympic Committee’s disaster preparations for Team Canada.