St. Stephen’s Community House:
Rosemary is coordinator of the Webbing With Wisdom project. Originally from Ireland, she’s well known for influencing the rest of us to use terms like “wee” and “oh sugar”.
Mother, daughter, sister, redhead, feminist, lover of butterflies, social justice fighter, instructor and, easily one of the best listeners you’ll ever find – that’s Karen for you.
Artist by nature, and social worker by profession – when she’s not crafting and writing, she’s kicking social injustice in the butt – creatively.
A passionate youth worker and a bundle of joy. April likes to nerd out, enjoys outdoors and loves fishing.
Currently a nursing student, Lydia is passionate about women’s equity rights. She is against all forms of victimization and injustices towards girls/young women. She wants you to know, you are not alone.
It’s your girl Aida. She’s a college student in Toronto. She also sings, writes poetry and well, expresses herself in all forms of arts.
Karley is a social worker with an interest in young women’s self-esteem and relationships, as well as anti-poverty, mental health and addictions work. In her spare time she likes to read, write and listen to jams.
East Metro Youth Services:
Social worker, trauma counselling innovator, and tireless advocate for survivors of domestic sex trafficking. Carly currently drives East Metro Youth Services’ gender based violence and human trafficking programs.
Emily, who previously studied in Culinary Arts, is pursuing her dreams in the field of Social Work. She works at East Metro Youth Services as a Peer Support Worker.
Jade is a writer, storyteller and resilient spirit. She is currently pursuing the publication of her autobiographical book “Stages”.
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A peer support worker at east metro youth services and Karly utilizes her educational background and lived experience to support and empower youth.
Working to support youth and end gender-based violence for the past nine years. Currently, she works to facilitate deeper conversations about identity, self-love and self-esteem in the Regent Park community.
Stephanie joined the project because she believes in the strength of sisterhood and unity in order to reclaim our own bodies and spaces after having experienced bullying on- and offline.
#BlackGirlsareMagic and I try and live this to the fullest! I aspire to build a network that supports women of colour as they navigate aspects of mental health.
Anoodth is a researcher, community educator, healer cat lover and gender justice warrior. She is passionate about using art and activism to end violence, and build communities of healing and resistance.
A revolutionary Wombman passionate about the upliftment of the worlds’ Goddesses through engaging and transformative experiences.