Your New Engagement Coordinators

Last month at our AGM we shared some exciting news – five new volunteer roles have been created to strengthen our Ontario Liberal team!

Each of these new roles focuses on engaging unique communities throughout the province and making meaningful connections with voters from across Ontario.

Please join me in congratulating the newest members of our organizational team!

Franco Ontarian Engagement Coordinator

Trevor Stewart (Glengarry-Prescott-Russell)

Indigenous and Metis Engagement Coordinator

Sophie Kiwala (Kingston and the Islands)

Rural and Small Communities Engagement Coordinator

James Howard (Oxford)

LGBTQ+ Engagement Coordinator

Kyra Mullen (Kanata-Carleton)

Multiculturalism Engagement Coordinator

Ram Dhanjal (Mississauga-Streetsville)

Welcome aboard! I can’t wait to start working together!

While our new Engagement Coordinators are ready to listen and connect with Ontario’s diverse communities as they fulfill each of these roles, I also want to thank the dozens of other dedicated activists within our party who applied to fill these positions.

The level of interest in these roles expressed by our supporters was phenomenal and speaks to the enduring strength of our membership as we rebuild our party.

Our Engagement Coordinators and I look forward to working with all those who applied and the rest of our membership to renew our relationship with the people of Ontario.

Ibrahim Daniyal

Vice-President Engagement

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