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Master of ceremonies

Sarah Stone

one campaign

Sarah Stone has been an active member of ONE, a global anti-poverty organization, from its inception and has participated extensively in various ONE Canada initiatives including social media campaigns, petition deliveries, tabling at music events and conferences and recruiting and training new ONE members. Sarah works as a Nurse in maternal/infant care as a local hospital and also holds a BA in Religious Education. Sarah is passionate about advocacy and engaging new ONE members to become active and use their voice in the fight against global extreme poverty and preventable diseases. She has a particular interest in HIV/AIDS and global maternal health. Sarah lives in Waterloo, Ontario with her husband who is a pastor of a local church and their three daughters.



keynote speaker

Lori Campbell

waterloo aboriginal education centre

Information coming soon.


keynote speaker

Dave Paisley

hope for the sold

Information coming soon.


Amélie Doyon

Canadian Red cross

Amélie Doyon is an advisor in protection and community engagement & accountability at the Canadian Red Cross. In this role, she supports both domestic and international psychosocial support and violence prevention activities.

Amélie holds a Master's degree in International Relations from Laval University in Canada, and has a special interest in child protection, gender-based violence prevention and community engagement. She has worked on violence prevention and psychosocial initiatives of the Red Cross in Canada during the Syrian Refugee Response and the Fort McMurray Forest Fires Response in 2016, as well as in Sierra Leone, in the Philippines, in Haiti and as an advisor for the international operation since 2015. She has also worked with the Red Cross Respect Education program at preventing violence and promoting healthy relationships in Canada since 2011.


Maureen Pagan

Canadian training Institute

Information coming soon.


Caitlin Bancroft

Canadian training institute


Emily Joyce

Canadian Training Institute

Information coming soon.