Anne Chambers is David | Sauve LLP’s Director of Marketing and Communications.
She is also an honours student (summa cum laude) in psychology and philosophy at the University of Ottawa, as she strives towards a degree in child neuropsychology.
Anne is an active member of the laboratory for Computational Neurodynamics of Cognition (CONEC) at the University of Ottawa, which develops new formal models of human cognition using artificial neural networks (AI). Anne recently received the UROP scholarship to further explore coding and developing neural networks with the CONEC lab. She was chosen to present her most recent research, “Chaos: The Bridge Between Memory and Behaviour?”, at the Société québécoise pour la recherche en psychologie’s 44th annual conference.
Anne is a child and family support volunteer at the Roger Neilson House, a paediatric palliative care hospice connected to Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), where she assists children who are undergoing treatment at CHEO.
For the past 4 years, Anne has been working in online marketing and communications for local businesses across Ottawa, Gatineau and the Ottawa Valley. She has also worked at counselling centres that treat individuals who have complex mental health histories. Her experience to date led her to develop a passion for a holistic approach to treating mental health or cognitive injuries, and why she is taking steps to becoming a child neuropsychologist.
Anne is well-known for her lightning baking abilities – she can make a batch of cookie dough in under 5 minutes! Her 9-year old Morkie, Poppy, respects her baking skills more than any academic achievements.
- Member of the Laboratory for Computational Neurodynamics of Cognition (CONEC)
- L’Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario (AJEFO)
- Société québécoise pour la recherche en psychologie (SQRP)