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CNQR is a global team of dynamic peer leaders, social disrupters and change makers. We work across global sectors in innovative, diverse and positively disruptive ways to change the current landscape of mental/brain health, wellness, and suicide prevention.  We work collaboratively with our collective - delivering programs to corporates, school systems, communities and law enforcement/military.


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margaret hines


Margaret is the co-Founder of CNQR and the Kevin & Margaret Hines Foundation. She comes to the Behavioral Health & Wellness space with over ten years of experience in Private Equity and Venture Capital.  She has a proven track record of building strong partnerships and understands the value of collaboration. She is passionate about working with social entrepreneurs within the wellness and brain health industry. She founded CNQR as a platform to create a high impact in social change and wellness. She founded the Kevin & Margaret Hines Foundation to champion lived expertise in the mental health and suicide prevention sectors by revolutionizing & fostering collaboration through social entrepreneurship.  Margaret graduated from University California, Berkeley with a B.S. in Economics.



lacy dicharry

CEO (Kevin & Maragret Hines Foundation)

Lacy Kendrick Burk Dicharry currently serves as a partner with Change Matrix, LLC where she motivates, measures, and manages change to support systems that improve lives. She served as the founding Executive Director of Youth MOVE (Motivating Others through Voices of Experience) National, a youth-led, non-profit organization that advocates for and supports youth voice. Lacy leds the Youth MOVE team, including a network of 77 chapters of nearly 9000 young people across 39 states. She leads the nation in several innovative youth-led programs and sets standards for youth engagement practice. Lacy had to work to overcome many challenges, including abuse, multiple mental health diagnoses, suicidal ideation, and trauma responses before finding her way to mental health recovery.



lauren breen

Executive vice president of corporate communications
Director of CNQR Collective

Lauren is the co-Founder of CNQR. Lauren was thrust into the suicide prevention and behavioral health world in 2008, after the death of her brother Aidon, by suicide. Since that life changing event, Lauren has accumulated over 9 years experience within the mental health & suicide prevention sectors, working in Australia. Prior to this she worked in an array of industries including; advertising, marketing, events management & PR. Alongside her own charity, Lauren hopes CNQR will create an innovate twist in the way behavioral health is funded and facilitated.


dan price

executive vice president OF business & Partnership development

In 2014, Dan Price found himself atop a bridge in Sydney, ready to take his life. Luckily he was brought to safety by emergency response personnel and was able to access support services. Working everyday on his health and wellness afforded him the opportunity to work alongside multiple mental health charities, including LIVIN, spreading awareness about men’s mental health issues. Dan comes to the CNQR team with over 10 years corporate business sales and development experience and will be our go to contact for the exciting development of new and already established programs. 


kevin hines

CNQR Lived expertise consultant

Kevin Hines is an award-winning global speaker, best-selling author, documentary filmmaker, and suicide prevention and mental health advocate who has reached millions with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live. Kevin in sharing his story, is fostering a critical bridge of hope between life and death for people caught in the pain of living with serious mental illness, difficult life circumstances, and more. His refreshing honesty, realism, advocacy, and appreciation of the complex conditions that contribute to mental illness is a much-needed guiding like through the darkness of societal stigma and discrimination.


Our CNQR Collective are people who use their stories to inspire hope & healing