Judith Campbell has written extensively about health, life skills, and career development. With over 40 published works ranging in focus from Kindergarten to adult audiences, Judith has created a body of interesting, informative, and important materials used by educators and students of all ages. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters Degree in Education. Her teaching experiences include junior and senior high school students and she is a past recipient of the Alberta Teachers' Association Award of Merit. Judith has lectured at the Universities of Alberta and Prince Edward Island and consults to government and corporate entities interested in health education for Canadians. As an author, teacher, workshop leader, speaker, and university lecturer, Judith is a key contributor to the Canadian health education scene.
Wendy Mathieu has been working in the field of education for the past twenty years. Her teaching experiences range from teaching grade one lecturing on teacher education at the University of Alberta. She has taught almost every subject but focuses primarily on areas of Health, Social Studies and English Language Arts. Wendy worked as a curriculum coordinator and assistant principal at the junior high school level in the Edmonton Public School Board. She has a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education from the University of Alberta.
Carol Scaini is an experienced elementary teacher who has taught an array of subjects including grade 7 and 8 core, physical education and special education. She has played a key role in writing and developing physical education and health material for Ontario's curriculum. In 2001, Carol received the Ontario Teachers' Award and the Prime Minister Award for Teaching Excellence.