Nicole Scheidl completed her law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University in 1988 and practiced law for a number of years. During those years she also coached Queens’ synchronized swimming team to championship. She completed her Masters in Law at Queen’s University (1999) and then taught Law, Philosophy and History at Hawthorn School for Girls in Toronto. She also served as Lower School Principal at Hawthorn. Moving to Florida in 2005, she developed her business development skills in the IT sector. She was Director of Business Development at Agile Communications and QuickBills. Upon returning to Canada in 2008, she took up the position of Director of Business Development at Prolity Corporation. Leaving her position in high tech, she found herself at a crossroads and being inspired by Dr. Paul Nussbaum’s book, Save Your Brain, in June 2010 she founded Fit Minds Cognitive Health Products Inc. with Paul de Grandpré.