P.U.L.S.E. facilitators are highly experienced educators who are committed to creating a co-operative and supportive climate for all of our participants. Under careful guidance and instructions, P.U.L.S.E participants build knowledge and self-confidence they need to take on an active leadership role. With a series of interactive sessions and activities, our well-trained facilitators and inspirational speakers will take them on an experiential journey into the self and the world. Read below to meet some of our facilitators and speakers!
Judy completed her Bachelor's Degree in Science at Ewha Women’s University in Seoul, Korea. She has been working as an educator and advocate of gender equality in Canada for more than 10 years. She is also one of the co-founders of NABI Women’s Network and worked as a project coordinator for the Free and Empower Me (FEM) project which aims to empower youth by examining historic issues surrounding violence against women, promoting healthy ways for young adults to deal with current issues of violence in our communities.
Erika graduated from Parsons Paris with a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design. Since childhood, she has had a strong sense towards social justice and a passion for arts. After joining an ALPHA Education study tour, she finished her thesis collection in the theme of “Relief” – a tribute to all victims of sexual violence during the war.
Erika works as a designer in Toronto and continues to volunteer for ALPHA Education. She is also the founding member and director of LYN Movement which is a non-profit organization advocating “Fashion for Social Change”, through ethical fashion, up-cycling and resale of donated clothing. Erika received the Ontario Youth Volunteer Award in 2017 for her continuous contribution to the community.