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Lorena Elke is an Animal Rights Activist, Writer, Researcher, Educator and Teacher. Lorena studied film, Women and gender studies, and history at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax and University of Toronto. She is passionate about documentary film and social justice issues and is a researcher on Liz Marshall's current documentary "The Ghosts in Our Machine", and was a researcher on the award-winning documentary by Liz Marshall “Water on the Table”. She is the author of If Cats Could Talk, A Holistic Approach to our Feline Companions. Lorena has worked at the University of Toronto as a Medical Educator for the Standardized Patient Program since 2005. She teaches patient- centered communication skills to healthcare professionals and students. She is versed in the methodologies of experiential learning and principles of Adult Education and is part of an award-winning team who has presented work both nationally and internationally.