Daniel Tarade is a scientist-in-training at the University of Toronto. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Science with a major in Biochemistry and a minor in Communication, Media, and Film from the University of Windsor in 2015. Daniel began his Ph.D. in the Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology and specializes in the biochemistry and structural biology of cellular oxygen sensing proteins. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles as lead author.
Matt Steckle is a philosopher and farmer in the Windsor-Essex region. He first graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Science with a double major in Biology and Philosophy from the University of Windsor in 2016. Matt then obtained his Master of Arts in 2018 from the University of Windsor, defending his thesis entitled, “Situating Feminist Standpoint Theory: Toward a Critical Ontology of Knowledge.” In 2019, Matt founded North Ridge Greens, an organic farm that grows micro greens, edible flowers, and vegetables.