Leader in taking an intersectional approach towards addressing inequities in health and wellbeing for under-served groups, with over 12 years of community organizing experience in areas such as climate justice, gender-based violence, income inequality, poverty, menstrual hygiene product accessibility, sexual education advocacy, sustainable agriculture, food insecurity, health inequities.
SELECTION OF CURRENT ROLES
Co-founder & President of national youth-led registered nonprofit Shake Up The Establishment, which uses knowledge translation to improve literacy on the climate crisis, and encourages youth to participate in political action, in a non-partisan manner.
Co-founder & Director of national nonprofit missINFORMED, which aims to improve the health of women and gender-diverse peoples.
Graduate Academic Assistant at the Climate Justice Research Collaborative, UBC Climate Hub
Member of Steering Committee for the Harbour (youth climate justice funding body), Foundation of Environmental Stewardship (FES)
Member of Advisory Committee for Robson Square, a community-centred event space in Vancouver, BC
SELECTION OF FORMER AFFILIATIONS
Climate Policy Lead, UBC Climate Hub
Steering Committee Chair of the Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities, and Community Health (ENRICH) Project which works with Indigenous and Black Communities to address the impacts of environmental racism.
Graduate President of Student Arm of Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) at University of Waterloo.
Consultant on University of Waterloo's School of Public Health and Health Systems' EDI Task Force to aid in creating safe spaces and promote equity-focused practices in academia.
President and Chief Financial Officer of feminist anti-poverty organization, Oxfam Guelph, and was responsible for a budget of over $30,000 yearly to organize events on a variety of humanitarian issues, including notably, a research symposium on health inequities funded by the Dean of College of Biological Sciences in March 2019.