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Letitia Henville (she/her) is a book nerd, a bad swimmer, and the founder of antihustle.ca. She created The First Retreat Workbook because she needed a step-by-step process to follow for her own business retreat, and developed the antihustle marketing strategy after getting frustrated by conventional marketing practices. Find her on twitter @shortishard or in her freelance editing business, shortishard.com.
Tanya Griffiths (she/her) is a mental health advocate, dessert enthusiast, and antihustle’s content developer. She manages and creates content for our social media platforms and thrives in work and project environments that align with her values. Other parts of herself include running a gourmet cookie and mental health business, Being Baked Cookies, creative writing, and freelance video-making.
Joey Zhang (they/them) is the curriculum designer of antihustle.ca. A misanthrope and lover of card games, Joey puts their heart and soul into planning, creating and revising The Second Retreat and upcoming course content. Prior to joining antihustle.ca, Joey was a UX Design student at BrainStation. Their portfolio project can be found at joey-zhang-ux-design.com
Matthew Smithdeal (they/them) is a queer, neurodivergent PhD candidate, foster cat mom, and curriculum designer at antihustle.ca. Matthew wants to help people find ways to survive within capitalism while retaining their values and their identity. To learn more about Matthew’s work and other projects, they can be found at matthewsmithdeal.com