Our Team

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Emma Cox (Education Coordinator)

Emma Cox completed her BA in Psychology from McGill University in 2016. During her undergraduate degree, Emma provided direct support to survivors of sexualized violence through university support centres. As an SFCC member, Emma wants to make a contribution to existing efforts of holding universities accountable for the perpetuation of rape cultures on campuses and to ensure those affected by these violences have access to the supports they deserve.


Allison kilgour (Education Coordinator)

Allison was born and raised in Winnipeg Manitoba and is a recent graduate from the University of Manitoba, with plans to pursue a law degree with a focus on health policy and social justice. She is a passionate advocate for sexual violence prevention, comprehensive sexual health education, and mental health. She has previously served as a workshop facilitator with Justice for Women Manitoba, as the Vice President Advocacy of the University of Manitoba Students’ Union, and currently works in sexual violence prevention work at the University of Manitoba.

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ANNE MOREAU (Education Coordinator)

Anne Moreau recently completed her BA in Political Science and Law in both official languages at the University of Ottawa. In addition to her anti-sexual violence advocacy, Anne is committed to especially empowering women of color and advancing a feminism that is truly attentive to cultural variability. She hopes to one day pursue higher education in Law and Global Affairs and is currently conducting human rights research and supporting fair refugee decision making at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.


Sam Rockbrune

Sam Rockbrune is a graduate student at York University. Her current research focus is on Ontario post-secondary sexual violence policies from a socio-legal lens. She has previously attended Carleton University and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Sam is passionate about higher education and has experience in social media management.

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Caitlin Salvino

Caitlin wrote the OurTurn National Action Plan and was the co-founder and national Chair of OurTurn (2017-2018). She has completed a BA in Human Rights and Law at Carleton University, as well as studied law in Washington D.C. and the Hague. In addition to her work with OurTurn, she worked at the Student's Society of McGill University writing the first Canadian student union Gendered and Sexual Violence Policy and is the youngest person named to the Federal Status of Women Gender-Based Violence Committee.

Currently she is studying law at Oxford University as a Rhodes scholar and is passionate about continuing anti-sexual violence work through SFCC.

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Karan S.

Karan (he/him) is an undergraduate student at the University of Manitoba. He is from Mumbai, India and is currently studying Political Studies and French – in hopes of pursuing a career in political journalism or an activist/academic career in human rights. He is extremely passionate about anti-sexual violence work, combatting racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, and anything that denies people their rights and liberties. He has worked with community and advocacy groups such as UMQueer, Justice for Women Manitoba, and has served the arts student council as the Accessibility Representative at the UofM

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Tia Wong

Tia Wong is a student of Health and Community Services at the University of Victoria, having previously studied Global & International Studies at Carleton University. Although she grew up in Toronto, she now calls Ottawa home (territory of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation and the Kitigan Zibi Anishnbeg). Tia is passionate about community education, advocacy, and communications.

Connor spencer

Connor Spencer (she/her) is a Montreal-based organizer interested in building communities, solidarities and allyships in anti-violence movements across Canada. Having just completed her BA at McGill University, she is intensely interested in holding academic institutions accountable for the violence and power structures that they continue to perpetuate and uphold.