Director of Outreach
Kerry Hu is a third year student majoring in Neuroscience and Nutritional Sciences, and minoring in Bioethics. She was introduced to the issue of human trafficking through independent documentaries on the topic, and was appalled by the complexities of this atrocity in modern day society. With the extensive detriment of this issue even in Canada, she partook in LOVE146 to shed light to this invisible issue in hopes of engaging the general public, as well as to meet likeminded students. Outside of LOVE146 and school, Kerry enjoys her time by savouring new restaurants and trying new recipes.
Deputy of Outreach
Sharon Lee is a second year student at Trinity College, specializing in Political Science with a minor in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations. Sharon’s experience with helping provide education to Syrian refugee children in Lebanon inspired her passion for the promotion of international human rights of children and anti-human trafficking, as well as her interest in political science. As a Deputy of Outreach, Sharon looks forward to raising more awareness about Love146 and its cause on campus. Thanks to her Korean upbringing in Canada and time abroad, she can speak English, Korean, French, and Arabic. In her free time, she enjoys watching and listening to live music as well as creating music.
First Year Representative
Tasneem Badshah is a first-year student who intends to study Psychology and Peace, Conflict and Justice. She is determined to create positive change in the world through her advocacy. She is passionate about social justice and runs @CatCallsofTO, an Instagram account which aims to raise awareness about street harassment in Toronto. She loves houseplants, animals, and reading.