OTR Team


On the Record creator, Linda Crockett

Linda R. Crockett, MSW, RSW, SEP

Founder of The Canadian Institute of Workplace Harassment and Violence

Linda completed her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work with a specialty in workplace harassment and violence. She completed additional training at the Workplace Bullying Institute in the USA and remains connected and supported as an Alumni member.

Linda also completed the Inaugural Summer School: Formulating Evidence Based Treatment for Targets of Bullying which was hosted by the International Association of Workplace Bullying and Harassment (IAWBH). Researchers and therapists from around the world shared their work with 24 helping professionals. This included assessment, diagnosis and treatment frameworks for treating people traumatized by harassment and violence.

She is an active member of IAWBH.

On the Record creator, Joangel Concepion

Joangel Concepcion

Joangel Concepcion has a heavy media background. She has extensive knowledge in creating innovative, engaging content with a heavy understanding of target audiences, trends, and organization. Joangel also spent many years informing millions of people throughout the United States as a top market journalist for NBC and FOX affiliates. During her career, she reported on a range of important, national news- including the arrival of the Ebola virus in the U.S., gun control, the Sandy Hook massacre, immigration, and spillover violence along the U.S. border. She is also a published author.

Her experience, on and off-air, gives Joangel the knowledge and expertise to motivate any individual, organization, or business to make positive changes in the workplace. She is committed to combining her media skills and passion for workplace fairness – to help put an end to bullying, harassment, discrimination, and racism worldwide.


Daniella Cracknell, On the Record

Daniella Cracknell

Wellbeing Advocate, National Media Expert, and MSW Student

Daniella Cracknell joins ON THE RECORD as co-host. Her expertise stems from a seasoned career in the media industry as a public relations professional. She ran national publicity departments for leaders in news and entertainment and shaped the reputations of high-profile daytime talk shows and pioneering TV news magazines, shows like Inside Edition, EXTRA and A Current Affair. She has stirred media frenzy and managed media controversy and has worked side-by-side with popular TV personalities from the iconic Dick Clark to the legendary Geraldo Rivera and the family-friendly Alan Thicke. But it is her story as a targeted victim of a hostile work environment that landed her among adversity stories in the ground-breaking book Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back (Hachette, 2017) from former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson.

Cracknell, as a current MSW graduate student at Florida Atlantic University, integrates what she has learned from iconic storytellers and legendary newsmakers into joining the producers of ON THE RECORD, a spectacular platform for sharing stories and creating positive changes.

Cracknell has written of her first book, THE LETTER DIARIES, A Memoir of Mishaps, as teased on here -> www.theletterdiaries.com