Kait Woodman

Interim Manager of Communications she/her/hers Kait is a white settler based on the unceded lands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skxwú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓wətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples. As part of the West Coast LEAF team, she’s committed to exploring the ever-evolving Read More

Vicky Law

Staff Lawyer she/her/hers Vicky is joining West Coast LEAF on a secondment from Rise Women’s Legal Centre. Since the beginning of her legal career, Vicky has supported folks experiencing gender-based violence in the areas of family and immigration law. Read More

Suyu He 何素语

Interim Manager of Community Outreach they/she/he Suyu is a Han Chinese settler with roots in Guangdong 广东 and Guizhou 贵州 provinces. They grew up Treaty 7 and Treaty 8 territories, and currently reside on the stolen lands of xwməθkwəy̓əm, Read More

Kate M Murray

she/her/hers Kate is excited to learn and work alongside diverse community members to develop West Coast LEAF’s 2022-2024 Gender Equality Report Card. Kate’s previous research work has included projects on housing, homelessness, racialization, and urban development; digital exclusion and Read More

Amy Gill

she/her/hers Amy is a racialized settler who was born and raised on the lands of the Coast Salish peoples in so-called Surrey and currently resides on the unceded and stolen territories of the the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Read More

Chandrika Manjunath

she/her/hers Chandrika joins West Coast LEAF for the fourth time to support the annual Equality Breakfast, this year as an Event Associate. She completed a BSc in Medical Science and Political Science, and recently spent a year at the Read More

Bety Tesfay

she/her/hers Bety Tesfay is an Ethiopian-Canadian from Calgary, Alberta. She received her JD/MPP at the University of Calgary. Bety is passionate about racial justice, environmental justice, and gender equality. She would like to use her education and experience to Read More

Humera Jabir

she/her/hers Humera is a second-generation settler of South Asian origin. As a Staff Lawyer, Humera advocates for gender justice through legal cases and law reform efforts. Humera holds a law degree from McGill University. After law school, she clerked Read More