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RM Welcomes 2 Summer Staff!

With travel precautions and social gathering restrictions still in effect, RM’s summer activities are going to look very different from previous years. We view this as an opportunity to evolve and are excited to welcome two staff, Mckim Jean-Pierre and Aniqah Zowmi, who will be supporting our collective work and learning this summer! They both bring a creative and inquisitive mindset to their work while also bringing a diversity of experiences and areas they’re passionate about to their respective roles.

Learn more about our new staff members below!

Mckim Jean-Pierre - National Member Gathering Coordinator

Mckim Jean-Pierre is excited to get started as the National Gathering Event Coordinator for Resource Movement. Mckim is a recent graduate from The American University in Washington D.C. where she majored in International Relations and minored in French. Her passions surround education access, food and nutrition access and education, and sustainable development. In her downtime Mckim enjoys reading, watching documentaries, dancing (bhangra, bachata, and zouk), experimenting in the kitchen, and listening/playing music. She loves organizing and has a knack for logistics, and is looking forward to coordinating a wonderful event for all attendees this summer!

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Aniqah Zowmi - Member Engagement Coordinator

Aniqah Zowmi has a passion for mainstreaming diversity and inclusion at all levels of government and civic organization. She serves in multiple roles: she is currently the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Leading Change Canada; a Regional Focal Point for the United Nations Major Group of Children and Youth (MGCY); and a Youth Advisor to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCUNESCO). Aniqah served as a Lead Author for the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education and Peace for Sustainable Development’s publication, a Youth-Led Guide on Preventing Violent Extremism through Education, which was launched at the UNESCO Annual General Meeting in 2017. She holds a Master of Arts in Social Justice and Equity Studies from Brock University, focused on the intersection between social enterprise and feminist and anti-colonialist theory.

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