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Interested in including the #suburbs in city shaping and #citizen led conversations. Developing our next #leaders through coaching and mentoring is where I place my energies. #Volunteering junkie :-)
I provide interim leadership and leadership services to not-for-profits & governments creating better futures for people & communities. Volunteer at Creating the Future, seeking to transform the world through questions that bring out the highest potential of people & situations, RABIT & WelcomeHomeTO. Member of Shape My City Advisory Committee. Centre for Social Innovation community member. Live & garden near Yonge & Finch. Make music often.
60s 70s activist back from retirement and trying to catch up. Stopping Line 9 is my way of building a better city. Collaboration and networks are the method. Fun is a valid component.
Riverdale resident and keen observer of urban life. Interested in all things sustainability and environment related. Long time volunteer at Evergreen Brickworks (stewardship, Farmers Market, and 100in1Day Toronto) and board member of Queen Street Solar.
Amelia Rose Khan
Working locally in neighbourhoods and communities that I live in. I am helping people and groups connect together to learn from each other. My biggest learnings are from the people on the frontlines.