Support EMS


The message of We Are STIGMA is simple: OSI’s are a normal and anticipated part of life in professions that are traumatic and anything but normal. Trauma, left unaddressed, can accumulate and transform into an OSI such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This can be life altering but doesn’t need to be life or career ending. With effective and timely intervention for Emergency Responders exposed to the traumatic events that can lead to OSI’s, it may be possible to prevent these mental injuries from morphing into more significant mental illnesses. Ultimately, with proper care and treatment, those suffering with these injuries can continue to serve the public and advance in their chosen essential service professions. 



We Are STIGMA is a grassroots support system for frontline Emergency Responders, members of the military and their families, aimed at eradicating the issues created by the ever-prevalent stigma associated to (OSI’s). The stigma associated to these injuries often prevents Emergency Responders from coming forward to obtain preventative and reactive assistance for the inevitable injuries that result from traumatic professions. 



Support Hospital Staff


Our supporters come from all walks of life and include Emergency Responders, friends and family members, corporations, small businesses and most importantly members of the public. To learn how you can become involved with We Are STIGMA please contact us; we look forward to hearing from you. We encourage everyone to purchase our “We Are STIGMA” pin or other merchandise (as it becomes available) to show your support for the everyday heroes that help to make your towns, cities, province and nation a safer place. 



Support Military 


We Are STIGMA, through the STIGMA pin campaign, intends to raise awareness and support for our Emergency Responders. The STIGMA pin and logo represents Emergency Responders united in carrying the torch of hope and healing, breaking through the barrier of stigma. The aim of the STIGMA pin campaign is to have all Emergency Responders, Soldiers and their supporters wearing these readily identifiable pins, as a show of solidarity and acceptance of the fact that OSI’s are as common in their chosen professions as cuts, bruises and other physical ailments; and like cuts, bruises and physical ailments, they can heal with timely treatment. Funds that are raised by We Are STIGMA through our pin campaign, donations and other initiatives will be utilized to help Emergency Responders and their families affected by trauma related injuries. 




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Jared Gordon

Partner, Architecture

Tessa Cortes

Partner, Operations

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Partner, Design


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Eduardo Page
Senior Architect

Nina Bennett

Claribel Conroy

Caleb Romero
Senior Designer

Jamie Harris
Senior Designer

Traci Greene

Ana Nikolaidis

Michele Kovacs

Lucas Fletcher

Amir Thakur
Business Development

Santiago Roy
Business Development

Odell Tyner
Business Development

Tom Hogan
IT Manager

Angelica Erickson
Office Manager

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