Nicole Yermus

Administrative Officer

Nicole Yermus is the Administrative Officer working alongside ICL and Layton Legacy. Nicole holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Criminology and Social Justice. Along with her academic achievements, Nicole has long been passionate about advocating and supporting women who have been victims of sexual violence. In the past, Nicole has volunteered for numerous organizations that directly support the endeavours of marginalized women. When she is not working or in school, Nicole can be found on her bike enjoying the great outdoors!

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