Chelsey is an activist and writer who previously founded and edited the blog “Delusions of Development.”  She studied Molecular Biology and then did a MPH. She has worked as a researcher on various population health and policy/program evaluation studies, and has participated in activism and policy advocacy around various issues such as feminism, anti-violence, climate justice, migration, housing, and poverty.  You can contact her directly at chelseyrhodes008[at]gmail.com. You can follow her on Twitter where she rants about politics a lot: https://twitter.com/chelsey_rhodes 

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Alex was involved with EWB Canada from 2007 to 2014. She was a chapter member, a chapter president, a junior fellow, a social change fellow (aka office intern) and a national office staff member. She lived part-time in Ghana with EWB from 2011 – 2013 and primarily worked a graphic designer, photographer and videographer for the organization. After a Bachelor of Design from Ryerson and an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies from York university, Alex relocated to Halifax.  She is involved in feminist, climate justice, and disability rights organizing, and is working on her 3rd degree at Dalhousie University.  

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Johnny has been involved with Engineers Without Borders since 2014, in the capacity of advocacy representative and subsequently on the Policy and Advocacy distributed team. Currently pursuing a Building engineering degree at Concordia University.

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Aakhil was involved in EWB from 2013 to 2017 as a University of Alberta chapter member, junior fellow, chapter president, national office staff, and distributed team member. They graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in chemical engineering and work as an organizer for environmental and social justice.

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