We’d like to introduce you to our dedicated and passionate team of public educators.
Public Education Manager
TK joined the Male Allies team in 2017 and in July of 2018 became the Public Education Manager for the Sexual Assault Support Centre. He enjoys guiding meaningful conversations with people of all ages about masculinity, healthy relationships, consent and more, using engaging activities and evidence based practices. He is passionate about queer and trans issues, intersectional feminism, body positivity, and ending gender based violence.
Previously, TK has worked as a Sexual Health Educator for SHORE Centre (Planned Parenthood) and a Chapter Coordinator for a national mental health charity. Currently, he volunteers on the board for the Waterloo Region Rainbow Coalition. TK holds a Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University.
Workplace Equity Educator
Chris is a former social support worker with a special interest in gender-based violence prevention and promoting healthy workplaces. He is a community advocate and volunteer who joined Male Allies in 2019 as their Workplace Equity Educator in their #RaiseTheBar program.
This position is designed to meet the needs of Waterloo Region organizations and businesses that are working to address workplace equity, sexual harassment, and bystander intervention. The #RaiseTheBar program is generously funded by the Department of Justice.
Paul started volunteering with the Male Allies program in 2010 and started as a staff in May, 2018. Paul enjoys working with people of all ages but has a special interest in working with youth to help end gender based violence.
Paul loves being outside and has worked as a canoe trip leader, outdoor educator, and English teacher. Paul has a Bachelor of Arts from Wilfrid Laurier University in Global Studies with a minor in Women’s Studies.