Get To Know Us

From the Founder:

"Give + Share software was inspired by my own personal journey with poverty and homelessness as a youth exiting the child welfare system. I had to become very resourceful in order to survive and learn to navigate community resources. Many fall through the cracks and in a nation with so many resources and amazing programs available I felt it was necessary to create a system to help those who need to access valuable resources while streamlining discombobulated outdated structures that can be complex to navigate especially when in a crisis. Give + Share simplifies and expedites service requests while saving time and money".

   - Stephanie Limage, CEO & Founder, R&D + UI/UX Design


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Steph Limage

CEO & Founder, R&D + UI/UX Design

"Stephanie is a multi-award-winning social & tech entrepreneur, global speaker, G20 YEA Canadian Delegate and G20 YEA National policy lead with an international background in media, R&D, film production, humanitarianism, innovation, governance, technology & law. She is the Founder & CEO of Limage Media Group (LMG). Steph is also the Director & Founder of an incorporated not-for-profit organization, “The Limage Media Group Society" which produces and creates international award-winning social impact and media mentorship programs. Steph believes in using business and innovation as a way to create positive social change. Her current startup is Give + Share Humanitarian Software & Mobile Application.

Fun facts:
1. She is an established international visual artist & independent documentary filmmaker. 

2. When first launching her business (Limage Media Group) she borrowed power to charge her Mac at the local gas station in Port au Prince Haiti which also doubled as a fried chicken joint when she couldn't afford a generator :)


Steph is grateful to live and work on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ílwətaʔ /Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations in Vancouver, BC, Canada"


Glorie Averbach

Advisor & Consultant 

"Glorie is an expert in building small businesses in the technology sector with career entrepreneurial experience launching and growing successful small businesses and highly collaborative and engaged teams.

An energetic people person with Emotional Intelligence, Glorie is an accomplished business strategist, leader, facilitator, coach and mentor. She has bought and sold multiple small companies giving her additional insight into the “business of business”. 

Glorie’s unique skill set combines forward-thinking, big picture strategy, with a well-developed attention to detail ensuring that business development, operations and customer service are aligned and working as one. She is passionate about inspiring others to take action!

Glorie believes strongly in giving back and supporting the community. She mentors a number of young entrepreneurs in the start-up tech sector and is also a mentor/coach for The Forum, (Forum for Women Entrepreneurs) as well as Futurpreneur Canada.

Glorie is also a proud supporter of YELL – Youth Entrepreneur Leadership Launchpad – a registered Canadian charity equipping young leaders for an increasingly uncertain future using a network of educators, partners, and mentors."

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Mégane Visette 

(MA, MPIA),Manager, Government Relations

Gestionnaire, Relations gouvernementales Futurpreneur Canada,
Sherpa, G20 YEA

"Mégane is a bilingual public affairs professional specializing in interprovincial government relations and international advocacy. She’s currently Government Relations Manager at Futurpreneur, a national non-profit supporting diverse young entrepreneurs to launch successful businesses, and the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance Sherpa for Canada. As Sherpa, she’s responsible for Futurpreneur’s G20-related mandate, including the recruitment and representation of the Canadian delegation to the annual Summit. She is also acting as a G20 YEA Committee co-chair on behalf of Canada and as such leads the G20 YEA Communiqué drafting process & consultations. Her interest in global advocacy in youth entrepreneurship stems from experience in international relations and policy, for organizations such as the Council of Ministers of Education, the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto, and the NATO Association of Canada. She’s passionate about social impact, intersectional equality and the defence of human rights and refugee resettlement. As such, she continues to volunteer as part of the Executive team of HanVoice Support Association, a Canadian NGO that recently launched a historic private sponsorship pilot project for North Korean refugees to access community-led resettlement in Canada.

Mégane holds a BSc in International Studies from the University of Montreal, a Master of Arts in Political Science & Asia Pacific studies from the University of Toronto/Munk School of Global Affairs, and a Master of Public & International Affairs from Glendon/York University. You can reach out to her in French, English, and intermediate Korean and Dutch".


Chau Yo

Urban Food Systems & Food Security

"Chau is passionate about community food security and has been active in local Vancouver food work since 2012. She has a BSc in Nutrition and Food Science and a Masters in Public Health and is a board member for Nutrition Link Services Society. As a food security consultant, she helped establish the South Vancouver Neighborhood House food hub and has worked closely with Steph since the start of the pandemic to help support her work to mitigate risks surrounding food security in Vancouver".


Nina Lantinga


"Nina is an entrepreneur constantly looking to innovate and scale solutions that help people and the planet thrive. She is an all-around ocean lover with an obsession for whales and protecting them, a certified diver, and President of Nets for Net Zero, a Canadian not-for-profit creating circular solutions for ghost fishing gear. She is also the founder of Lantinga Vita, a Certified B Corporation® part of a global movement of people using business as a force for good™. Through her consulting projects, she creates circular systems that meet the highest standards of overall social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. She has worked on projects in a wide range of industries, finding innovative solutions to waste management, waste transformation and value chain system transformation.

As a G20 Young Entrepreneur Alliance Canadian Delegate and Policy Lead for the Climate, Energy and Sustainability Task Force, she continuously works to strengthen Canada's impact on international trade relations and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through research, consultation and policy recommendations."


Savannah Massey

Innovation Advisory Council & Voting Board Member

"Savannah and Stephanie have been friends since they were 12 years old and have had many adventures together. It only made sense for them to continue to work together. Savannah serves on Limage Media Groups board of directors and also as a production assistant for international projects. Savannah is gifted in conflict resolution, account collections, production management, customer service and administration. She loves cats and is the queen of memes".


Audrey Charles

Developer & Technical Advisor 

"As a woman in tech and a developer, Audrey encourages other women to learn to code. She supports hundreds of entrepreneurs a year offering free business and marketing advice as well as other support and encouragement. When she's not in front of a computer, Audrey sings opera and jazz and plays a collection of instruments. She is also a cat lover and supports charities that love animals as much as she does.


Audrey takes a people-first approach to software solutions that give users the freedom to work when and where they want; and provide all the necessary tools and analyses needed for better communication, collaboration, efficiency, and productivity. From properties and workflows to smart cities, our management tools create a better sense of community."


Dr Rashmi Jain

Academic R&D Partner - Professor, Doctoral Faculty and Graduate Council Chair at Montclair State University | Professor | Information Management and Business Analytics | Feliciano School of Business

Dr. Rashmi Jain joined the Feliciano School of Business as Department Chair and Professor of Information and Operations Management. Most recently, Professor Jain was an Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore. Before joining NUS, Professor Jain held a faculty appointment at Stevens Institute of Technology, where she received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in technology management. Dr. Jain is a prolific scholar and her research interests intersect systems architecture and design, systems integration, service operations management and business process analysis and management. She has worked on several research grants as Principal and Co-Principal Investigator on topics related to systems thinking, systems architecture and design and curriculum development. Professor Jain is a skilled and committed teacher and has been invited to lecture internationally at Keio University and Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology (OCIT) in Taiwan, and the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, among others. Professor Jain also brings deep insight and credibility on the complexities and dynamics of today’s marketplace. Earlier in her career, Professor Jain worked with Accenture, a leading IT consulting company. At Accenture, Dr Jain consulted for Fortune 100 companies in the energy, telecom, utilities and financial services sectors.

MBA Data Analytics Team

Bijen Manandhar 
Ahmed Amin
Collins Commey 
Erum Qureshi 


Financial Analysts & Technology Commerce Team

Brayden Craigwell

John Yogaretnam

 Jordan Tran

Uche Ojeh

Thank you to our supporters & partners

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