Kausar Farooq

Fundraising Coordinator

Kausar is the Fundraising Coordinator for ICL. She is currently in her 3rd year of the Bachelors of Social work program at Ryerson University. Kausar has also completed a Social Service Worker Diploma and Human Resources Diploma at Sheridan College. Along with her education, Kausar has worked to incorporate her guiding principles of decolonization and anti-oppression into her work with historically marginalized populations in Canada. She has over five years of experience working with non-profit organizations to support skill-building, employment, and food security. Kausar is excited to support ICL in its mission to train people seeking social justice on how to build power and create change!

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