Renae Regehr is the founder of Free To Be Talks, a non-profit organization that promotes positive body image to youth, parents, and educators through education in schools, speaking events, and media. Through her MA of Counselling Psychology she developed and tested a research-based curriculum, Free To Be. To date over 1000 boys and girls throughout the Lower Mainland have gone through the program, at no cost to schools. Renae is also a contributing blogger for the Huffington Post and her work has been featured in Time, Good Men Project, and Everyday Feminism among others. Positive body image is much more than feeling comfortable in your skin, and Renae is passionate about equipping others with practical tools to thrive now, irrespective of what their appearance is.