Maurianne Reade is a rural family physician and an Associate Professor with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Raised in Alberta and educated at the UofA, Maurianne now lives on Manitoulin Island, traditional territory of the Ojibwe, Odawa and Potawatomi peoples. A clinician-educator with the Manitoulin Central Family Health Team and Manitoulin Health Centre, her interests include emergency medicine, point of care ultrasound, theatre and communication, wilderness medicine, and interprofessional education. She and her colleagues work with the Debajehmujig Storytellers exploring improv in medical education. Maurianne and her husband enjoy skiing, snowshoeing, canoe trips in Killarney and making maple syrup.