Kaitlin Murray – TNLIP Manager, Community Development
Kaitlin Murray is currently the Manager of the Toronto North Local Immigration Partnership at JVS Toronto. She joined this role at the start of the pandemic after working with JVS and the City of Toronto to build an employment system for youth on probation or parole. Before this, Kaitlin was the Health Coordinator for Scarborough’s TEQ LIP. Kaitlin holds an International Development degree from the University of Waterloo, specializing in Research, and a post-grad in Project Management from Humber College, and is a candidate for a Masters of Sustainability Management at the University of Waterloo. Kaitlin focuses her research and work on systems-management, specifically on systemic issues for individuals and communities.
Astha Priya – Coordinator, Settlement & Language
Astha Priya is currently the Settlement & Language Work Group Coordinator at Toronto North Local Immigration Partnership (TNLIP) and is housed at Working Women Community Centre (WWCC). She has a Bachelor of Science, with a minor in international development, and is completing her Masters in Sustainability Management at the University of Waterloo. She has 4+ years experience working in the sustainable development sector. Astha’s previous experience includes sustainability research, specializing in systems change for public health & housing policies, as well as international partnership building to further the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in developing countries. She is passionate about creative problem-solving to support increased access to services. She hopes to continue working hard to ensure a better livelihood for all newcomers. In her spare time, Astha enjoys a good cup of tea and travelling this beautiful world!
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Srna Stambuk – Coordinator, Employment & Labour Market
Srna Stambuk joined the TNLIP team in October 2022 as a Coordinator of Employment and Labour Market Workgroup. Srna is a veteran of employment services in Toronto with 20-year history of supporting newcomers and internationally trained professionals to relaunch their careers in Canada. Srna is a passionate advocate for newcomer employment success and brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experiences working with variety of stakeholders in a wide array of programs – from pre-employment to bridging programs. Srna brings a big picture lens to her work and is always looking to understand the root causes and connections among issues affecting newcomer employment.
Rachelle Molto – Coordinator, Research & Communications
Rachelle Molto is the newest member of our TNLIP team, joining us as the Research & Communications Coordinator. Rachelle has just finished her role as a Research Assistant with the YESS program with JVS Toronto. She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in International Development from the University of Waterloo with a practice specialization. She is currently completing her second degree in Social Work from the University of Waterloo. Rachelle has worked with SHORE Centre in Kitchener promoting sexual health education and advocating for better access to sexual healthcare services. One of her core responsibilities was to create data snapshot reports to illustrate clinic and counselling services used by SHORE clients. She has spent time living and working in Malawi, Africa, where she was involved in youth empowerment programs and sexual health projects. In her spare time, Rachelle enjoys creating art and being in nature.
Misha Hossain – Coordinator, Health & Wellbeing
Misha Hossain is currently the Health & Wellbeing Coordinator at the Toronto North Local Immigration Partnership (TNLIP), housed at TNLIP’s host agency, TNO-The Neighbourhood Organization. Prior to joining her role with TNLIP in May 2022, Misha dedicated almost 10 years of her career serving newcomers in North York, in various roles in the Settlement and Employment department at TNO. Along with Settlement based experience, Misha brings with her a wealth of knowledge in population health and health policy through her education in Health Studies at the University of Toronto. Misha is passionate about advocating for newcomer issues, human rights, and the compassionate service delivery model. Misha has been a resident of North York for over 17 years and continues to serve the community in which she resides.
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