Aaron Leung

Aaron is a public education advocate, an engaged resident of Champlain Heights and a locally and nationally recognized leader. He currently serves as the Chair of the City of Vancouver Children, Youth and Families Advisory Committee which advises Vancouver City Council on matters related to this constituent community. In the past, Aaron has worked on projects that include the Vancouver School Board Sustainability Conference as one of its Founding Members and Youth4Tap, a proposal to ban bottled water and support new infrastructure in Vancouver schools. In 2014, Aaron received the City of Vancouver Greenest City Leadership Award for his work within the community and other national awards. His interests include inclusive community planning by including youth in the decision-making process, advocating for better public education for present and future generations, and supporting youth-led sustainability projects within the community.

Aaron is currently a fourth-year student at Simon Fraser University studying Global Environmental Systems with a Minor in Political Science.

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