An avid craft beer and cat lover, Liz both grew up in Guelph and attended University here. She has been heavily influenced by the social and environmental organizing done within the Guelph community, and you can often find her volunteering with community groups. She is particularly concerned about the current state of the Ontario government, especially the prevention of progressive and accessible public education, the rejection and dismissal of climate change measures, and the ongoing attack on those living in poverty and requiring social assistance. She is very excited to be part of OPIRG-Guelph’s Social and Environmental Symposium this year, and hopes to help build a strong platform that fosters knowledge sharing and social change at a grassroots level.
You can reach Liz about anything Symposium-related at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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