Katelyn Roberts graduated with distinction from the University of Windsor in Ontario in 2014 with a BA in Psychology and Biological Sciences, with a minor in Art History. During her undergraduate studies, Katelyn was a member of a Neuropsychology lab assisting PhD research on the cognitive and affective effects of sleep apnea, eventually completing her thesis in this area. Other contributions included mentoring first year students and serving as a student representative on the Undergraduate Studies Committee. After graduation, Katelyn completed a Graduate Certificate in Public Health Practice from Wayne State University. Over the years, Katelyn has given of her time at the Hospice of Windsor-Essex, Roots 2 Wings Program for Youth with Disabilities, a transition house for homeless male youth, and a crisis phone line. Katelyn enjoys traveling (especially Southern Ontario day trips), spending time with her mom and friends, reading and movies.