Two new members join HALEO’s advisory board to help the world sleep more soundly.

January 19, 2021

For immediate release

Bradley Smith, CEO of the HALEO virtual sleep clinic, is pleased to announce two new members: Martin Berthiaume, President and CEO, Mondata, and Dr. Marie-Hélène Favreau, an expert in workplace mental health having led the mental health education, engagement and inclusion programs at Bell and Pratt & Whitney.  Martin and Marie-Hélène have joined the company’s advisory board, working to better support the sleep health of individuals and organizations around the world.
The two new members will bring additional outside knowledge and insight to the advisory board, and to supplement the expertise of the company founder and senior management.

“Marie-Hélène and Martin are an invaluable addition to the HALEO advisory board. This team of top minds will help us hit strategic targets and better support people and organizations around the world suffering from a sleep disorder. I’m delighted to welcome them aboard,” said Bradley Smith.

The current advisory board includes:

  • Sylvain Authier, CEO, Vision, Consulting
  • Martin Berthiaume, CEO and Founder, Mondata
  • Daniel Cossette, CEO, Life and Health, Asia, Australia, Middle East and Africa, Munich Re
  • Dre Marie-Hélène Favreau, Ex-Bell, Workplace expert in mental health
  • Julien Ponce, Former President, Consulting and Chief Commercial Officer for Eastern Canada, Morneau Shepell
  • Claude Rousseau, COO, Alithya
  • Katy Yam, General manager, FounderFuel @ Real Ventures

HALEO CEO Bradley Smith also sits on the advisory board.

About HALEO

Founded in 2015, HALEO is an online sleep clinic whose mission is to provide access to quality care based on scientifically proven solutions for those suffering from insomnia or other sleep disorders. Its clinical experts provide personalized professional treatments supported by clinical research and accessible via a mobile application.  The services offered, ranging from screening to the management of sleep disorders, help improve the health and performance of thousands of people across Canada by helping them overcome their sleep problems.

Source: HALEO

For more information: Julien Heon, Vice-President, HALEO, julien.heon@haleo.ca

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