Aliyah French

Outreach Assistant

Aliyah is currently completing her 4th year in the Bachelors of Social Work program with a minor in psychology at X University. She has a strong background in case management working with the Ministry of Health and experience working at a local MPP constituency office. In her spare time Aliyah volunteers as a Crisis Responder for the Kid's Help Phone and has developed a keen interest in working directly with youth and supporting their journey into overall mental health and wellness. Outside of her professional life Aliyah labels herself a foodie, travelling and yoga enthusiast. Aliyah is excited to engage with members at ICL and learn effective tools and ways to support organizers to create social change.

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