Alyssa Scanga (she/they)
works on social media and digital communications. She also organizes for climate justice in her hometown and on her university campus, as part of Climate Justice Durham and Sustainable Trent.
Celine Isimbi (she/her)
is a Campus Organizing Lead. She believes that solidarity needs to go beyond colonial borders and understands all struggles are connected. Celine strives to use a pan-Africanist informed approach to organize in the spirit of the revolutionary power of the African people from which she descends.
Chloe Tse (she/her)
is the Toronto Organizer. She got her start in organizing at Fridays for Future Toronto and currently co-chairs the Toronto Climate Action Network. Chloe’s work focuses on bringing together communities across so-called Toronto and connecting a diversity of issues to the fight against corporate power.
Dani Michie (she/her)
is the Digital Organizer. A white settler on stolen land, she organizes for climate justice in solidarity with Black and Indigenous communities on the frontlines of this crisis. Dani got her start organizing with Climate Justice Toronto and currently organizes at the grassroots level for abolition and climate justice.
Evelyn Austin (she/her)
is the Executive Director. Previously, she was a coordinator for Divest Canada, and is a former member of Divestment and Beyond at the University of Toronto.
Levi Clarkson (they/them)
is a Campus Organizing Lead. They have over seven years of experience in grassroots student organizing. Levi has worked with student unions in Halifax and Toronto, as well as the CFS and the Courage to Act Project.
Our movement is powered by people. We wish to acknowledge and honour the work of folks who have contributed to our organizing. Although they may not work with us in a formal role today, these organizers are a part of our history and have helped build Change Course