In the past, Kasley fed her insatiable curiosity and passion by consulting in the healthcare tech space, mentoring startups at MIT Hacking Medicine, creating a digital compassion campaign and mobile app, serving on the board of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association, and conducting research at the University of Pennsylvania, Queen's University, and Harvard University. She is still excited about having been invited to the White House, being named a Hive Global Leader, receiving an award from Stanford University, and meeting the Dalai Lama (he sneezed on her) (no joke).
Born and raised in beautiful Vancouver, Kasley has been mostly nomadic for ten years, living in seven cities and spending time in many more, until she fell in love with San Francisco and decided to stay a while. Ask her
about the year she lived in the south of France as a teenager, her experience as a method actress,
how skilled she is with a sword, that time she meditated in a Buddhist monastery in Nepal for a month, or why she handed out fifty balloons to random strangers.