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Staff

Inkingi
Sizwe
Bilingual Coordinator, Positive Spaces Initiative
OCASI
OCASI
110 Eglinton Ave. W.
M4R 1A3 Toronto

Sizwe Inkingi is an Afropolitan queer, passionate about community building and empowerment.
Sizwe moved to Ottawa, Canada five years ago to complete his tertiary education at Carleton University. They have a Bachelors degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management and they are currently working for the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants’ in Toronto as the Bilingual Coordinator for the Initiatives Espace Positif also known as the Positive Spaces Initiative . This organisation seeks to build the capacity of the immigrant- and refugee-serving sector in Ontario particularly to serve LGBTQ+ newcomers.
Sizwe’s work primarily focuses on strengthening this network of LGBTQ+ newcomer communities to Canada and providing useful resources and tools to the community at large.

Crosby
Joselynn
Coordinator, Positive Spaces Initiative
OCASI
OCASI
110 Eglinton Ave. W.
M4R 1A3 Toronto

Joselynn Crosby brings a diverse perspective, having worked in the settlement sector for over 9 years in Windsor, ON as well as having worked with OCASI on two of their initiatives throughout the years, the Positive Spaces Initiative and the Accessibility Initiative. She is currently pursuing her undergraduate in Women’s Studies, Social Justice, and Political Science, with an aim to pursue law afterwards. She is an activist and an advocate for race and gender equity. Her passion and commitment drives her to be a part of groups far and wide. She has worked on advocacy and equity within her Windsor community for over 10 years, having started off working with her local Pride community, and extending that reach to her Western Regional Champion role with the Positive Spaces Initiative. She has been on various committees as well as presented and facilitated at various forums. Her drive and passion compels her to continue to learn and unlearn as well as delve deep into the complexities of identities and how they inform our experiences.

Inkingi
Alexandre
Bilingual Coordinator, Positive Spaces Initiative
OCASI
OCASI
110 Eglinton Ave. W.
M4R 1A3 Toronto

Sizwe Alexandre Inkingi is an Afropolitan queer, passionate about community building and empowerment.

Sizwe moved to Ottawa, Canada five years ago to complete his tertiary education at Carleton University. They have a Bachelors degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management and they are currently working for the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants’ in Toronto as the Bilingual Coordinator for the Initiatives Espace Positif also known as the Positive Spaces Initiative . This organisation seeks to build the capacity of the immigrant- and refugee-serving sector in Ontario particularly to serve LGBTQ+ newcomers.

Sizwe’s work primarily focuses on strengthening this network of LGBTQ+ newcomer communities to Canada and providing useful resources and tools to the community at large.

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