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The core purpose of the community team is to build and foster a resilient, adaptive, and healthy community of people and engagement structures to fuel the EWB vision.

We do this by supporting community members to become Systems Change Leaders. Our community members create change that is aligned with EWB’s five portfolios, provide a stellar talent pipeline for EWB and the sector, and help sustain our organization.

  • Director of Community

    • Leads EWB’s global programs on community, policy and advocacy
    • Has a held multiple leadership roles in youth-led organizations, and has a decade of experience working at the United Nations as a global expert on youth participation and leadership.
    • Has a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from Columbia University, New York, and a law degree (BSL.LLB) from the ILS Law College at the University of Pune, India
  • Manager of Community Engagement

    • Holds a degree in Political Science from Western University
    • Brings a diverse set of experiences working on campaigns at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels
    • Experience managing a province-wide recruitment, training, and mobilization of grass-roots volunteers for a national campaign
    • Experience working as a political aide at the provincial and federal government
    • Passionate about supporting the development of leadership in young people
    • Supports the work of EWB Chapter community in developing their leadership capacity and operational activities
  • Community Coordinator

    • Holds a degree in Political Studies from Queen’s University
    • Has over four years of experience as a community organizer & leader at grassroots and organizational levels
    • Continues to work with youth-led organizations focused on equity and inclusion
    • Works on digital engagement and mobilization
    • Has experience managing a municipal campaign
  • Community Engagement Coordinator

    • Holds a BA in International Relations and Public Policy Studies from William Smith College and a Master of Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
    • Has experience playing and coaching varsity women’s lacrosse, playing for teams at William Smith College and the University of Toronto, and serving as Assistant Coach at the University of Toronto
    • Has over four years of experience in Communications roles with William Smith College and the Munk School’s Intersectional Feminist Collective
    • Works on strengthening the connectivity between and central engagement with EWB’s chapters across Canada
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