Sonja Bruschetto

Sonja Bruschetto is a Research Assistant at the Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership at Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada. Her research interests revolve around mindfulness, character, building resilience, and implementing preventive interventions and health/wellness promotion strategies. As a certified facilitator of the Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP), Ms. Bruschetto showcases her expertise in integrating mindfulness with the development of personal strengths. She has honed her mindfulness skills through studies at the University of Toronto, Canada, and her dedication to evidence-based research is reflected in her completion of applied clinical research training at McMaster University, Canada. Additionally, Ms. Bruschetto has acquired training as a meditation teacher and positive psychology practitioner. In prior roles, she accumulated valuable experience in both the private and public sectors as a Tax Process Specialist with PwC and a Planning and Project Coordination Officer at the Canada Revenue Agency. Ms. Bruschetto earned a master’s degree in applied health sciences from Western University. She can be reached at