Founder of Well Millennial
Yinka Macaulay is passionate about initiatives that enable meaningful change and positive outcomes within individuals, communities and systems. She is the Founder of Well Millennial, a community aimed to support millennials navigating career and life transitions. Well Millennial was founded in 2015 from an interest in the intersection between employment, mental health and wellbeing through a millennial lens. In 2020, Well Millennial re-launched with its continued focus and commitment to community engagement, system thinking, culture, equity and exploration into self-education and the future of work. Yinka brings her expertise in planning and program design from a background in strategy and innovation planning for various healthcare networks and think tanks in Toronto.
Yinka has attained a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of Waterloo with specialization in sociobehavioral health. Yinka is also working towards the completion of a certificate within Community Engagement, Leadership and Development. As a lifelong learner, she actively aims to create spaces and platforms where the wisdom and experiences of others can be shared.