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Our Team


Creating the healthiest kids in the world is a massive job. And we’d like to think we’ve established a pretty awesome team to tackle it. But we’re not foolish enough to believe we can do this alone. The key is getting people like you to join us. People who can make a difference and truly bring this movement to life.

Imagine what we could do if our team was a million people strong.

If you are passionate about creating the healthiest kids in the world, and want to meet other people like you, join the movement today!

Siobhan Kukolic

Executive Director – Siobhan Kukolic

Siobhan Kukolic is a freelance writer, a mother of three young kids and a community advocate.  She started her career writing for companies including Esso, Mead Johnson, Grand & Toy, Sears Canada, Labatt, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, and SC Johnson. While raising her kids, she volunteered as Co-Chair of her school council, helped get eight 20-foot maples donated for an Eco-classroom and co-ordinated the building of a school Peace Garden with 115 donated trees and shrubs for Earth Day.

She also donated her time to do media for the Johnson Family who won a trip to the White House after raising $3.5 million to support research into their son’s genetic disorder, Prader-Willi Syndrome.  This media coverage garnered over 3,000,000 hits in Canada alone.  And she helped bring awareness to a friend of a friend’s plight to get an unfunded drug treatment that could prolong her life by 16 months as she battled Stage Four brain cancer.  This media attention brought in more than $105,000 in donations over a two-week period.  Now she plans to help build a network of like-minded community members who want to create the healthiest kids in the world right here in Canada.  One child at a time.

Board of Directors

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Chairman of the Board – Keegan Johnson

Keegan is out to change the world, “One Movement at a Time”.  As both an entrepreneur and non-profit executive, he has seen the power of collective action up close and has been obsessed with the questions of what sets teams on fire and just how powerful can massive action be.  Is it a charismatic leader?  De-centralized decision making? Empowerment or accountability? Or, is there a different story?

Keegan is the founder and CEO of Zenzaga (www.zenzaga.com), a company focused on helping companies, communities and causes around the world, harness the power of “Mass Motivation”.  Mass Motivation is what Barack Obama used to get elected, Gandhi used to start a revolution and Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) companies use to make billions of dollars.  Whether through speaking or consulting Zenzaga can help you finally solve the question, how do you get your community to take action now?

Different from other speakers, Keegan’s experience in both the for-profit and non-profit worlds, allows him to combine the passion of running a volunteer based charity with the analytics of running an e-Commerce company.  As we see the world changing dramatically, through mass movements such as the Arab spring, US elections and corporate brand dominance, Keegan’s ability to connect to audiences and actually inspire action is essential to taking your cause, community or corporation to the next level.

Prior to founding Zenzaga, Keegan co-founded Ethoca (www.ethoca.com), a for-profit e-Commerce fraud management company dedicated to eliminating fraud through collaboration.   He not only designed Ethoca’s flagship product, but also learned the ins and outs of corporate collaboration, by setting up deals requiring Visa, Mastercard and over 200 of the largest eCommerce companies and banks including Walmart, Skype, Capital One and Bank of America to work together.

At the same time, Keegan found out his first born son had a rare genetic disorder, called Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).  He co-founded a Canadian charity (www.fpwr.ca) and became the Executive Director of the US charity (www.fpwr.org) with a mission to eliminate the challenges of PWS through research.  In this capacity, Keegan learned how to both inspire individual action and bring together organizations from around the world to work together.  He co-founded an international fundraiser, called One SMALL Step (http://onesmallstep.fpwr.org) which spread to over 75 cities around the world.

Danielle

Danielle D’Agostino

Danielle D’Agostino is a seasoned communications professional who has a passion for food and nutrition. Through her 20+ years in public relations, she has developed and executed award-winning integrated marketing communications campaigns that have raised awareness, changed behaviour and driven people to action. For example, working in co-operation with Ontario Early Years, Hospital for Sick Children and Best Start, she was able to raise public awareness about fetal alcohol syndrome, the importance of folic acid and planning for a healthy pregnancy.  Danielle has also helped develop and deliver curriculum for grade 3 students educating them about the importance of recycling and composting. It is through her insightful questions and exceptional communications skills that she is able to distill complex information into messages that media can support and consumers can understand.  Danielle is dedicated to making a difference at home and in her community and is committed to making meaningful connections among like-minded stakeholders in the food and health sectors.

Danielle is a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society and the Women’s Culinary Network, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Mississauga Living Arts Centre and as a parent volunteer at Hillcrest Public School.

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Robert Cinapri, CPA, MAcc, MBA

Robert has been a driving force in a broad range of business and community roles, in numerous and progressively more senior positions in industry, education and volunteerism.

Professionally, Robert has worked in senior financial and strategic positions with emerging technology enterprises, multinational aerospace firms, high-end audio-video firms and international dealership structures. Robert has held positions as National Controller, Director of Finance and CFO, in both privately-held and publicly traded companies. Most recently, he has taken a faculty position in The Business School at Humber College (www.humber.ca), as well as a Director position at XL Financing & Advisory (www.xlfinancing.com), a boutique investment banking and consulting house based in Toronto.

Robert is active in his community, holding a Co-Chair position at his children’s elementary school, as well as a Chair position at the Board level Family of Schools Council. He holds a Master of Accountancy from the University of Waterloo and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business.


Our Mission

BlueBerry-Shark-Family-BicycleOur mission is to have the healthiest kids in the world. Every parent wants their child to be healthy. And Canada has the resources to make this happen. Yet, Canada is currently not even in the top ten countries with the healthiest kids.


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Our Story

BlueBerry-Shark-Kids-PoolBlueberry Shark is a movement focused on creating the healthiest kids in the world.  It is a community of people who simply choose to believe we can make this happen and we can make this happen now. 


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Our Team

Creating the healthiest kids in the world is a massive job. And we’d like to think we’ve established a pretty awesome team to tackle it. But we’re not foolish enough to believe we can do this alone. The key is getting people like you to join us.


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