Christopher is a passionate human rights transgender activist and a Women Deliver young leader Alumni of 2018 that has created a movement of LGBTIQ advocates in Ontario helping men, women and youth to access humanitarian services in terms of SRH, paralegal support, fundraising, settlement and livelihood skills. This has enabled the growing numbers of refugees in Canada traverse processes and institutions that are required for legal settlement in Canada. Everyone on the team calls her a friend to count on. She has passion in promoting rights of the LGBTIQ communities with a gender lens and her expertise keeps the team focused on the vision of the organization.
Josephine is a public health specialist with a master’s in Public Health that oversees the operational aspects of all programs and projects and is responsible for leading, monitoring, organizing, budgeting, and managing staff. She is an enthusiastic Sexual Reproductive Health and Social Behavioral Change Communications expert that has over the years used her passion to bring positive change to communities. Additionally, she has established a balance between planning and suppleness among the team to advance the organization’s goal and objectives keeping everyone on track. Her immense role tasks her to be a pivotal person for the team with cross cutting duties across all departments including fundraising.
Winfred is a resourceful person that urges to transform communities through financial management and skills development. She is responsible for Leading, monitoring, and comparing actual performance to develop grant income projections to the predefined budgets. She works closely with the programs team to assist in the planning, implementation and administering of finance and accounting activities. Winfred strongly believes in the great role non-profits and humanitarian institutions play in social entrepreneurship and is very passionate about Education, HIV/AIDS Awareness, Youth Livelihoods, Empowerment, and Financial Management.
Devis is a technical and experienced Health and Human rights advocate with over 5 years’ experience working together with SRH and rights Policy for youths, advocacy technical working teams to develop advocacy strategies, with clear and succinct advocacy messages and products, from more complex policy and technical documents. He also supports the development of advocacy strategies and their implementation, coordination, information sharing and product development. With his high sense of humor, he keeps everyone on the team exultant creating a good working arena. Away from work he spends his time reading novels, watching movies, traveling and chatting.
Boniface also known as “Bonny” is responsible for developing effective resources for all program stakeholders, identifying visibility opportunities, liaising with community leaders and maintaining our brand to its best quality. The love to use information and storytelling to impact lives of young people through online campaigns, documentaries and using traditional & digital advocacy targeting young people and refugees motivates him every day. He often participates in program interventions and monitor the evolving communication gaps and supports in adjustment of communication tools to suit interventions with consistency to the organization and international standards.