Julia Barnett is the Manager of Urban Health and Safe Injection Services at South Riverdale Community Health Centre. Julia is committed to drug policy reform, ending the opioid crisis, and decent work and health for all workers.
Robyn Beckett is a first-year MPH student in Social and Behavioural Health Sciences.
Dr. Michaela Beder is a psychiatrist in Toronto.
Inna Berditchevskaia is a second-year medical student and MSc (System Leadership Innovation) student at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Ritika Goel is a family physician and activist in Toronto who works primarily with people experiencing homelessness and migrants who are uninsured.
Sandani is a second-year Masters of Public Health student.
Dr. Kate Hayman is a Toronto-based emergency physician. She is a member of Health Providers Against Poverty, and has been a member of the Decent Work and Health Network since 2015.
Patricia Hoyeck is a medical student at the University of Toronto. Her advocacy interests include social justice and equity.
Dr. Keith Johnstone is a family medicine resident in Toronto.
Tola Mbulaheni, MA is the Project Coordinator for the Promoting Decent Work for Racialized Women project at Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services.
Lynn Anne Mulrooney is a registered nurse and policy analyst in Toronto.
Afnan is a second-year Master of Public Health student.
Mariam Naguib is a second-year medical student at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Andrew Pinto is a Public Health and Preventive Medicine specialist, scientist and family physician in Toronto.
Dr. Hasan Sheikh is a family physician and emergency physician in Toronto.