Students Commission of Canada

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Students Commission Partners A map of Canada with pins indicating where the Students Commission is working with others to support youth well-being. To view list of partners click "Partners List" link, below.

Students Commission of Canada's Network of Partners

Clicking on the map will give you a tour of our Network of Partners. We co-ordinate three national networks: Youth/Adult Partnership, Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement, and Sharing the Stories, plus several local and regional networks. For more detail see What We Do.

Victoria, BC: Nishad Khanna, Manager of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement. Tel: (250) 412-4131

Golden, BC: Golden Youth Centre, Sharing the Stories subscriber and youth-adult partnership network youth program site. Mike Symons. Tel: (250) 344-4940

Edmonton, AB: Canadian Native Friendship Centre, Sharing the Stories subscriber. Tel: (780) 761-1900

Saskatoon, SK: Prairie Regional Node of the SCC, close to 100 partners support youth-adult partnership network youth programs and Sharing the Stories. Dave Shanks Tel: (306) 260-3309

Region surrounding Saskatoon, SK: Saskatoon Tribal Council, Sharing the Stories subscriber. General Enquiries Tel: (306) 956-6100

North Battleford, SK: Sharing the Stories Subscriber and youth-adult partnership network youth program site. Tel: (306) 445-1700

Winnipeg, MB: Ma Mama Wi Chi Itata: youth-adult partnership network youth program site. Email: info@mamawi.com Tel: (204) 925-0300

Thunder Bay, ON: Regional Multicultural Youth Centre: youth adult partnership network youth program site

Toronto, ON: Central Canada Regional Node of the SCC, close to 200 partners who are a part of the youth-adult partnership network and the Sharing the Stories subscribers. Email: info@studentscommission.ca Tel: (416) 597-8297

Humber College, ON: a member of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement

St. Catherine's, ON: Brock University, a member of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement

Simcoe County, ON: New Path Youth and Family Services: Sharing the Stories Subscriber and Youth-Adult Partnership Program Site

Prince Edward County, ON: Greater Than Youth County Collective, a collective impact project focused on improving High School graduation rates for rural Youth. Email inquiries

KFLA, ON: Youth2Kingston Frontenac-Lennox & Addington (Y2KFLA), a collaborative project focused on making the region more youth friendly and inclusive. Contact: Noor ul Huda General inquiries

Lennoxville, Québec: Bishop's University a member of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement

Manouane First Nation, Québec: a youth-adult partnership network program site

St. John's, NFLD: Choices for Youth, youth-adult partnership network program site. Tel: (709) 754-0446

Fredericton, NB: St. Thomas University, a member of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement.

Halifax, NS: Wisdom2Action, a member of the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement. Email inquiries | (902) 494-4369

Summerside, PEI: Generation XX, Sharing the Stories subscriber and the youth-adult partnership network program site. Email inquiries | (902) 436-7699

Whitehorse, YT BYTE-Empowering Youth, a Sharing the Stories subscriber and youth-adult partnership network program site. Email inquiries

Yellowknife, NT: Organization Name, TBD

Iqaluit, NU: Youth-adult partnership network program site



The Students Commission of Canada Statement of Purpose

Purpose: The SCC is a charitable organization that purposefully works with others to ensure that young people are valued, heard and their ideas for improving themselves, the lives of their peers and communities are put into action.

Our desired outcome: A world where all young people transition positively into a successful adulthood.

Our Four Pillars: Respect, Listen, Understand, Communicate™

Respect

Respect

We start with respect for the gift and strength that each person carries within: for young people, their idealism and their capacity to improve the world.

Listen

Listen

With respect as our foundation, we learn to listen. We listen not just with our ears, but with our heads, hearts and all of our senses. We listen actively, intensely, not just to words, but to silences, to deeds, to experiences.

Understand

Understand

To understand is to go beyond listening, to process what we have heard from others, to reflect upon the new knowledge and gifts given to us.

Communicate

Communicate

The beginning of action, this is when the obstacles fall away. We create plans with others and implement them to make a positive difference in our world.

Our Strategic Priorities

Our focus is to stay small, incubate ideas directly with youth, and work in partnership in all projects with youth and other organizations. We focus on being a node in the web of Canadian organizations and institutions that promotes the exchange of knowledge and expertise among youth and organizations to promote all youth thriving in a healthy Canada.

Knowledge represented as a cartoon brain that is picked up and carried by a running young person. Knowledge in action.

Turn Knowledge into Action and Action into Knowledge

  1. Capture knowledge and tell stories about what's working and not working for Canadian youth.
  2. Increase and share the evidence-base for decision-making related to effective youth programming and development.
  3. Young people generate and use evidence to take action on issues that matter to them.
Three arms joined by interlocking hands.

Strengthen Networks

  1. Champion youth-led initiatives, provide and advance youth opportunities to network with each other.
  2. Work with others shape a positive future for all young Canadians.
  3. Build capacity, connections and understanding among youth and organizations.
Several nodes on a network appear above a foreground node. All nodes are connected by dotted lines representing two-way communication and sharing.

Strengthen our function as a Node in the Youth Well-Being Network

  1. Continue to reflect upon, refine and execute our specific skill sets to contribute to the network purpose.
  2. Continue to strengthen and diversify our funding sources to sustain our activities over longer periods of time without financial pressures.
  3. Continue to hire young people and support our staff, volunteers with professional development.
A group of diverse youth appear in a circle around the letter C. Culture.

Our Culture

  1. We incubate and innovate with youth and, because we do, we generate sparks for positive change.
  2. We work in youth-adult partnerships and, because we do, young people's voices are influential in improving their lives and the lives of their peers.
  3. We work with partners and, because we do, we are inclusive and supportive, building community and strengthening a network of partners dedicated to youth thriving.
  4. We turn knowledge into action, and action into knowledge and, because we do, we are constantly learning and improving our process, as well as those of others.
  5. We work with vision and passion and strive to integrate head, heart, feet and spirit in all that we do.

Our Board of Directors

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Brina Ludwig Prout
Chair, elected 2018

Brina Ludwig Prout

Brina is a change management & project management expert with over 20 years experience as an independent consultant. She specializes in implementing large, complex, strategic projects and is a certified Human Resource Leader with a background in operations and information technology management. Known for her collaborative, inclusive style, Brina has consulted to senior levels in corporate Canada for much of her career and now also consults to emerging entrepreneurs and organizations in the social enterprise field. Brina is passionate about inter-generational collaboration, diversity and inclusion and ensures that mentoring is a key component of any contract she undertakes. She has been a member of the Advisory Committee for the Toronto Regional Immigrant Employment Council's (TRIEC) Connector Program; a Strategic Advisor to the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Ontario; and, an inaugural member of the League of Intrapreneurs, Canada. Brina has a certificate in Medicine Wheel Facilitation from the Indigenous Certification Board of Canada and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Child Development Institute.

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Stephanie Clark
Vice-Chair, elected 2018

Stephanie Clark

Recreation Services Manager, City of Iqaluit

Involved in the Students Commission network since the late 1990s in Saskatoon, Stephanie joined the SCC family out in Toronto in the carefree days of the early 2000s. Here she found support for her involvement in projects that sharpened her engagement skills and crossed her path with countless young people that fundamentally shaped the way she looks at youth, the community and life. Stephanie stepped away from The Students Commission for a few years to try her hand at managing housing programs for youth. After five years of that eventually Stephanie found her way to Iqaluit where she currently oversees community programs for the Recreation Department with the City.

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Romil Dharia
Treasurer, elected 2017

Romil Dharia

Senior Risk Analyst, President's Choice Bank

Romil attended his first SCC conference in 2007 and has been hooked on youth engagement ever since. Romil has had the pleasure of working with and for the SCC through various roles including volunteer, facilitator, conference planner, project coordinator, and now, with the Board. He believes in the power of bringing diverse young people together and watching the magic unfold. In his spare time, he enjoys podcasts, comedy shows, traveling, physical exercise, and coffee.

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Darroch Crewe
Past Chair, elected 2006

Darroch Crewe

Director, Performance Development, John Hancock Retirement Plan Services. Manulife Financial

attended his first SCC conference as a teenager and went on to establish an SCC office in Newfoundland at Memorial University. He still carries his SCC Warm Fuzzy from his first conference in his wallet and uses it in motivational efforts for SCC staff and volunteers. In the past year, he has undertaken running marathons to fundraise for various charitable causes.

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Gina Jeneroux
Director, elected 2018

Gina Jeneroux

As Chief Learning Officer for BMO Financial Group, Gina Jeneroux leads the company's focus on advancing performance through learning.

Gina is accountable for enterprise learning strategy, design, operations and governance. She also manages BMO's corporate university – the Institute for Learning in Toronto – as well as learning sites in Montreal and Naperville.

Gina leads a diverse team of strategists, learning and experience designers, marketers, operational experts and hospitality professionals. They work with partners across the company to create innovative solutions that support all of the ways in which employees learn – for today's job, for tomorrow's career, and as they follow their personal passions. The goal is to build a culture of curiosity, agility and continuous learning, to engage and inspire employees, boldly meet the needs of our customers and drive results.

Gina is a business-focused professional, designer and storyteller who sparks new ways of thinking. Through more than 30 years in the financial services industry, Gina has built a reputation for innovation, thought leadership and action. She has deep experience in frontline banking, human-centred design, and strategies and solutions that make an impact.

She holds an MBA, Financial Services from Dalhousie University, and she is a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers.

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Lanny Libby
Director, elected 2018

Lanny Libby

Lanny is a community developer with a strong background on civic engagement, social research and community capacity building with diverse groups from a variety of intersectional experiences and backgrounds. She got involved with the Students Commission after immigrating from Colombia as a teenager and has been an avid support of the organization ever since. Lanny worked for the SCC BC office implementing youth engagement projects and facilitating international conferences in her 20s and now she is very excited to be part of the board. Lanny is a mother of four kids and currently works for the City of Vancouver Social Policy Department as a planning analyst.

Our Staff

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Sharif Mahdy
Executive Director

Sharif Mahdy
sharif@studentscommission.ca

Maddy's is the Executive Director of the Students Commission of Canada (SCC). Sharif has been with the SCC since 2010 when he joined the organization as a project coordinator. Sharif has an Honors Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. He also has a Masters of Arts in Leadership degree from Royal Roads University. Sharif loves canoeing, being in the outdoors, dancing like no one's watching, working out and hanging out with his cat Zoey! If Sharif had a warning label it would say “Extrovert ALERT!”, if he had a superpower he would want to be able to fly!

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Christa Romaldi
Associate Director

Christa Romaldi
christa@studentscommission.ca

Christa is an adventurous and energetic person, with a love of the outdoors, reading and traveling. She has been to Australia, Southeast Asia, Africa and has extensively traveled North America; in many of these contexts she was working with children and youth. In fact, Christa has been working with children and youth for over 15 years: designing, implementing and supervising programs in various capacities and with diverse populations. She has spent the last 6 years supporting youth leadership and youth engagement in Canada, through organizational and personal mentorship, research and evaluation, and systems change projects, like Students Commission Collective Impact Toronto Youth.

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Nishad Khanna
Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement Network Manager

Nishad Khanna
nish@studentscommission.ca

Nish has worked with the Students Commission since 2002. He has been involved in developing and implementing various youth programs, events and youth-engaged research with the Students Commission, organizational partners and academic partners. Nish has a long history with the community-university partnerships we have developed over the past 10 years, as well as experience facilitating youth participatory action research. If he had a warning label, it would be "Asks inconvenient questions.

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Stoney McCart
Director of Strategic Partnerships

Stoney McCart
stoney@studentscommission.ca

Stoney, a co-founder of the Students Commission of Canada, began her journey at the SCC's first-ever conference in 1991 as an adult ally from Tiny Giant (TG) magazine. As publisher of TG, Stoney had converted an adult-written youth magazine into a youth-directed voice with an editorial board of 100 students from across Canada, reaching every high school in the country. As Executive Director of SCC from 1992 to 2017, she supported youth across Canada to turn their expressions of their ideas into action. She also helped establish and lead the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement to establish an evidence base for youth-driven work. Now, as SCC's Director of Strategic Partnerships. she is focussed on generating big ideas with partnering organizations, youth and adult allies that will enhance and amplify positive futures for all youth in Canada.

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Maddy Ross
Executive Assistant

Maddy Ross
maddy@studentscommission.ca

Maddy's passion for youth in policymaking began in 2011 when she worked with the Students Commission to help guide participatory action research to develop the Kingston Youth Strategy and Community Action Plan. Maddy served two terms on the Premier's Council on Youth Opportunities and was appointed Vice-Chair from 2014-2016. In 2018, Maddy graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA and began working full-time at the Students Commission of Canada as Executive Assistant.

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Shanti MacFronton
On Parental Leave

Shanti MacFronton
shanti@studentscommission.ca

Shanti's current position is Project Manager. Shanti is from a small town BC originally, and spent a good chunk of her adult life studying and working in Vancouver. Shanti has been working with children and youth for close to 15 years. She loves to cook and bake, ride her bike, and be outside. Shanti is Mamma Bear to one pretty amazing little 2 year-old, who keeps her busy, and motivated, and in the moment. If Shanti had a warning label it would say “Caution! Questions everything.”, if she had a superpower she would want teleportation! As well that Shanti's 2 year old daughter is what's keeping her laughing these days.

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Todd Ward
Art Director

Todd Ward
todd@studentscommission.ca

Todd has been with the Students Commission from its beginning in 1991. A great believer in youth-adult partnership he combines a passion for the visual arts with a desire to encourage young people to share their thoughts and experience visually and affect positive change. In collaboration with youth he designs messaging that is relevant and meaningful for young people and the youth-serving organizations that promote youth well-being. He believes that, whether you're young or old, being part of something bigger than ourselves empowers us all. If Todd had a label it would read "Grey is the new silver".

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Jordi Lanctot
Website Development

Jordi Lanctot
jordi@studentscommission.ca

Jordi heard about all the SCC's great work and he was asked to get involved. Jordi works primarily with the data integrety team to maintain the the Sharing the Stories database and maintain the various Students Commission online products. Jordi spends most of his days working on the Students Commission website and Sharing the Stories survey online survey platform to increase youth voice in the programs they partake in.

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Kwaku Agyemang
Network Facilitator

Kwaku Agyemang
kwaku@studentscommission.ca

Kwaku Agyemang's day to day consists of facilitating national and local SCC projects and running our weekly Toronto youth group, YDM 416. He also apart of revenue generation, writing grants and bring ideas of young people to life. Kwaku is a full time student studying Media Production at Ryerson University. Growing up in the neighborhood of Rexdale in Toronto, Kwaku has always had a passion for amplifying youth voice and mentoring his peers. This is exemplified through his work in his community to improve the quality of education of young men with Trust 15's Men of Distinction youth empowerment program.

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Dave Shanks
Associate Director (Prairie Region)

Dave Shanks
dave@studentscommission.ca

I love this job because I get to see young people's ideas put into action. I want to live in a city, and province and a country that values and cares about children and youth.

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Waltta Kadane Headley
Youth-Adult Partnership Network Coordinator

Waltta Kadane Headley
kadane@studentscommission.ca

kadane is a certified Child and Youth Care practitioner who has experience working with children, youth and adults in community, residential & healthcare settings. These opportunities have provided her with teachings and personal experiences that contribute significantly to her relational practice along with strong foundations in meaningful youth engagement and The 4 Pillars: Respect, Listen, Understand, Comminicate ™!

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Kristin Wheatcroft
Greater Than Network Coordinator

Kristin Wheatcroft
kristin@studentscommission.ca

As a young person, Kristin was an all Scarborough standing-long-jump champion, an avid hitchhiker and a food justice advocate. She channels that same energy into community development with youth in her adopted home of Prince Edward County, Ontario where she lives with her partner and 2 young kids.

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Garth Edwards
Data Coordinator

Garth Edwards
garth@studentscommission.ca

Growing up I had a big passion for instrumental music which led to me teaching myself how to play saxophone in grade 4 and starting the first talent show in my elementary school. Growing up I had limited knowledge on what I wanted or what I could do in terms of a future career. After working with the YMCA of Greater Toronto, I realized public policy with a focus on youth might be the best path for me. Growing up recognizing the inequalities that exist and understanding that the families we are born to will largely effect our transition into adult hood. My motivation is grounded on knowing and hoping that the work that I do will help or positively influence youth across Canada; specifically for youth who are often away from opportunities.

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Edil Kassim
Network Lead

Edil Kassim
edil@studentscommission.ca

Edil is currently a Network Lead at the Students Commission of Canada (SCC), and possesses a wealth of applied research and advocacy experience focusing on youth who are furthest away from opportunity. Edil possesses an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and an MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics. In her spare time, Edil loves learning languages and travelling whenever possible!

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Jacob Parcher
Network Coordinator

Jacob Parcher
jacob@studentscommission.ca

Jacob is a frontline Social Worker who recently has found a passion in amplifying youth voice. One of my teachings are Youth are the next 7 generations ahead of us, they will be our leaders and change makers. The youth we work with are filling the gaps that are so needed within our systems, creating safer spaces, making opportunities, thriving and are empowering themselves. Having the opportunity to be apart of their journey is an honour.

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Maria (Mia) Fletcher
Network Coordinator

Maria (Mia) Fletcher
maria.fletcher@studentscommission.ca

My name is Maria but my friends call me Mia. I'm married to my wonderful partner who lights up my world, and we have two subpar cat children who eat all our money away. I immigrated to Canada when I was young and have lived in Scarborough for over 20 years; I adore being part of a community that's a melting pot of disparate rhythms and cultures. I have my degree in Child and Youth Care and have specialized in project management and youth engagement. Since I have started working with young people, they have continuously helped me open my mind and become increasingly empathetic. I am grateful that I currently have the opportunity to be working with young people from all across Canada.

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Reece Young
Network Intern

Reece Young
reece@studentscommission.ca

I grew up in a rural town just outside Kingston, Ontario and started my work with the SCC through the Youth2Kingston movement as the Outreach Facilitator. I'm passionate about politics and government, and a big part of why I do this work is to try and help young people understand the importance of civic engagement. I've grown up stage acting and playing improv and truly believe it's one of the best ways to become engaged in your community! I've deferred my studies at UofT to work with the SCC, and backpack across Europe and the Middle East.

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Gray Zaidlin
Network Analyst

Gray Zaidlin
gray.zaidlin@studentscommission.ca

I was a camp counselor for 6 years, which lead to a passion for working with youth to foster positive relationships and communities. Working with the SCC has allowed me to meet similarly passionate folks as we work toward building a better future for young people! I am also a master of public health candidate, and my work with the SCC has been an excellent addition to my education in the field.

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Paige Morgan
Network Facilitator

Paige Morgan
paige@studentscommission.ca

I was born and raised in Nova Scotia - without much access to youth programming - and had a hard time making the transition to living in Toronto. After a few years of trying to find and maintain steady employment, I was connected to the Students Commission through a job program for at-risk youth. The motivation to do this work comes easily because I know firsthand the impact these programs can, and do, have for young people. Tel: 416-597-8297.

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Miranda Campbell
Network Facilitator

Miranda Campbell
miranda@studentscommission.ca

I'm currently a student at Lakehead University for outdoor recreation and concurrent education, in hopes of someday teaching experiential learning to youth in northern communities. Needless to say, I am an outdoor enthusiast who believes in the power of youth voice and the importance of unifying and amplifying it. I am motivated by learning and growing, and by all the lessons young people have to offer.

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Serena Surujbali
Network Coordinator (P/T)

Serena Surujbali
serena@studentscommission.ca

She is passionate about youth justice and travelling around the world to learn about food and culture. She has more that 15 years of experience working in youth engagement across Canada. Serena currently shares her time between being a Life Skills Coach and being a Youth Justice Committee Coordinator in the Greater Toronto Area.

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Olga Bolivar
Executive Director

Olga Bolivar
olga@studentscommission.ca

I am math tutor for elementary students, love green environment and work with numbers.

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Erin G. Wilkie
Network Analyst

Erin G. Wilkie
erin@studentscommission.ca

I LOVE statistics and data. Give me a puzzle or research question and I'll dive right in. Working for the Students Commissions has allowed me to pursue my passions and contribute to a bigger picture of progress for youth in Canada.

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Payton Bernett
Network Analyst

Payton Bernett
payton@studentscommission.ca

I love my job at the Student's Commission because it allows me to do meaningful work that I know is making a positive impact youth. I am especially interested in how to value diversity in society, a practice which the SCC takes very seriously. Another great part of my job is that I get to meet Canadian youth from all over the country and come together to make amazing personal connections.

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Matt Drabenstott
Network Analyst Lead

Matt Drabenstott
matt@studentscommission.ca

I'm a PhD student at Queen's University studying youth suicide prevention. I've found working closely with youth and youth-centered organizations to be invaluable for understanding the core ingredients of how youth thrive. Working side-by-side with youth, listening to practitioner and youth focus group conversations, and making meaning from survey data directly shapes my approach to championing life and build relationships with youth. Slowly, I'm learning how to create spaces in my own life and within communities where youth feel heard, valued, and belong. This job makes my heart bigger.

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Micah Ricardo Riedl
Placement Student

Micah Ricardo Riedl
micah@studentscommission.ca

I personally love a good story (who doesn't) and love the concept of being able to make space for others to share their own retellings. Sharing stories from our own unique perspectives is powerful and pivotal in how we view our world. Every day we buy into stories whether it is the dominant narrative or a budding resistance tale! I think that's amazing and that's what motivates me.

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Nancy Hoang
Placement Student

Nancy Hoang
nancy@studentscommission.ca

Third year Bachelor of Social Work placement student at Ryerson University, hoping to help youth have their voices heard and transition into the adulthood they dream of.

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Ella Wiseman
Placement Student

Ella Wiseman
ella@studentscommission.ca

is the Executive Director of the Students Commission of Canada (SCC). Sharif has been with the SCC since 2010 when he joined the organization as a project coordinator. Sharif has an Honors Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. He also has a Masters of Arts in Leadership degree from Royal Roads University. Sharif loves canoeing, being in the outdoors, dancing like no one's watching, working out and hanging out with his cat Zoey! If Sharif had a warning label it would say “Extrovert ALERT!”, if he had a superpower he would want to be able to fly!

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Sidra Cheema
Network Facilitator

Sidra Cheema
sidra@studentscommission.ca

I like long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners, and… Oh, wait, this ISN'T a Tinder bio?

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Emilie Verret
Network Analyst

Emilie Verret
emilie@studentscommission.ca

Emilie is currently completing her final year for her BA in psychology at Bishop’s University. She has been working for the student’s commission as a data analyst which offers her the opportunity to work with the statistical skills she has acquired through her schooling. You might catch her speaking French because it is her first language!

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Christian Everall
Network Facilitator (Greater Than)

Christian Everall
christian@studentscommission.ca

Christian loves working with youth to empower and encourage them to share their voice and achieve their goals. In the past she has worked with community groups to support impoverished and or/homeless youth in the GTA. Her current role is a Youth Engagement Worker with Greater Than; County Youth Collective in Prince Edward County.

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Haya Hassouneh
Network Facilitator (Y2KFLA)

Haya Hassouneh
haya@studentscommission.ca

Biographical notes coming soon.

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Sawsan Mohammed
Network Facilitator (Y2KFLA)

Sawsan Mohammed
sawsan@studentscommission.ca

Biographical notes coming soon.

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Eric Rushton
Network Facilitator (Y2KFLA)

Eric Rushton
eric@studentscommission.ca

Biographical notes coming soon.

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Jack Toner
Network Facilitator (Y2KFLA)

Jack Toner
jack@studentscommission.ca

Biographical notes coming soon.

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Dylan Zadkovich
Volunteer

Dylan Zadkovich
info@studentscommission.ca

I am a volunteer who is working along side the Sharing the Stories team. I am excited to be a part of this organization contributing to the steps involved ensuring youth voices are heard. Being able to share unique stories and life experiences is important to me. Knowing their voices and input will be heard is vital, it’s needed to thrive and develop from youth to adulthood.