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“Alexander Colaiacovo is a 17 year old queer youth from Dartmouth. He is expected to graduate from high school in June of 2018. He has been attending Youth Project events since 2016 and has been a member of the Youth Board since early 2017. ”
Oliver is an 18 year old transgender and bisexual youth from Halifax. He is expected to graduate from Halifax West High School with an International Baccalaureate Diploma in the spring of 2018, and will be attending the University of King’s College for the Foundation Year Programme for a Bachelor of Arts in the fall. Currently the secretary of the Youth Board, Oliver has been involved with the Youth Project for a number of years and considers the Youth Project to be his home. He wishes to inspire other queer youth to live authentic, passionate lives and to tell his story through his artistic works.
“Emily is a student at Saint Mary’s University, completing her Honours in Psychology. She is co-chair of the Youth Board and has been part of the Youth Board for 4 years. During her spare time, she enjoys reading queer young adult novels, spending time with friends, and watching anime.”
“Caden Hebb is currently the secretary of the Youth Board. He is a student at Saint Mary’s University, expecting to graduate in 2019 with his Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree. He is also employed by the university as a Residence Assistant (RA). He strives to make Halifax a more welcoming place for LGBTQ individuals, both through the Youth Project and within his university community.”
“Dre is 20 years old, and he is a student attending his third year at Dalhousie University in architecture program. Dre has been part of the Youth Board since February 2016, and has the position of the Social Chair on the Youth Board. Dre loves the Youth Project because it gives him a place to have fun and do good for the LGBTQ+ community.”
“Katie moved from Sydney to Halifax this past summer and is a new member of the Youth Board. They are a Dalhousie student majoring in sociology and gender studies. They are 18 years old, queer, a lover of all things drag, and passionate about educating the community on LGBTQ+ topics.”