Luke is a Master Instructor for the IAFF/IAFC Peer Fitness Trainer program, an Acting Captain, 2nd Vice President of the Waterloo Professional Fire Fighters Association (Local 791), as well as the Wellness-Fitness Chair for Waterloo Fire Rescue. Luke has an extensive sport, exercise, and coaching background. For the past 20 years, Luke has worked as a performance and injury prevention specialist with clients from diverse backgrounds for reasons related to injury prevention, rehabilitation, health, wellness, and performance. Since 2008, Luke has worked closely with researchers and industry experts from the University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto towards the development of a wellness and fitness program to enhance the capacity of fire fighters. Luke has presented provincially, nationally, and internationally on topics of fitness, health, and fire fighter wellness. Luke has a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and Labour Relations and is currently completing his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). Luke’s main focus is on Organizational Behaviour, Change Management, and Performance Management with the intent of understanding how to optimize Fire Fighter Health and Performance through the implementation of wellness and fitness programs in the fire service. Luke’s passion for performance and wellness drives him to take on leadership roles towards improving the lives of his peers.