Meet The TeaM
Board of Directors
Emily Lints is pursuing her MA in English Literature at the University of British Columbia while also staying connected to the community through her non-profit consulting work and volunteer involvement. She is passionate about youth engagement, advocacy, and challenging norms within the non-profit sector to create a more innovative and collaborative space.
Director of Communications
Details to be shared soon!
Director of Marketing
Allie Lum is the Operations Coordinator at Loaded Ladle, a grass root collective that provides accessible, sustainable, locally-sourced free food in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is passionate about creating inclusive, educational, and brave spaces for youth to connect and grow.
Director of Finance
Jaiden Angeles is a fourth year business student at Simon Fraser University completing his BBA for Finance and Management Information Systems. He is interested in finance, fitness, computer science, and helping youth with leadership development.
Director of Fund Development
Eunice is the Manager of Youth Engagement at Volunteer Alberta where she works on Youth @ the Table, a program for emerging leaders aged 18-30 who are interested in serving on nonprofit boards. Eunice holds 2 Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Alberta, and certificates in Community Service-Learning and International Learning. When she’s not at her desk, she’s usually looking for new ice cream spots in Edmonton or out of cell service and hitting the trails in Kananaskis.
Director of Governance
Ainsley is a third year student at the University of Ottawa studying Politician Science and Communications. She is extremely passionate about youth engagement into civics, liveable cities, and is looking forward to supporting NPYLN further after joining as a marketing assistant.
Director of Events
Sarah recently graduated from Dalhousie University with a BA in International Development and History. She wrote her honours thesis on Global Citizenship Education in the British Columbia Curriculum. Sarah is super passionate about public engagement, youth involvement, literacy, and gender equality.
Lee Allison Clark
Director of Advocacy
Lee is the Director of Health at a National Indigenous Organization based on the Traditional unceded and unsurrendered Territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg Peoples in Ottawa, ON. She completed her Hons. BHSc minor in gerontology, and a BSocSc major in psychology, minor in business management at the University of Ottawa, and her MSc in Health: Science, Technology, and Policy, with a focus in maternal-child health at Carleton University. She is passionate about accelerating youth into high calibre leadership positions, bringing a gender-based lens to the non-profit sector, and dismantling systems of oppression.
Anagha lives in Edmonton, Alberta and is a University of Alberta Alumni. She is passionate about youth engagement and climate action initiatives. She enjoys volunteering at community events, gardening and reading and is looking forward to her position as a General Director.
Tejinder Pal Singh
Tejinder is a recent Business Management graduate from Langara College. He is interested in events and project management. He is passionate about youth engagement, building leadership skills, and public speaking.
Qingru is currently a third-year student at UBC studying Microbiology and Immunology. Her main area of interest is Chinese music and helping youth with career pathways in the healthcare system.
Bethany is a recent graduate from Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology and is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities. Her passion for disability advocacy sparked from her engagement in non-profit organizations and therefore she hopes to promote more accessibility for youth in obtaining these leadership positions.