Aisha (she/her) is a settler of South Asian descent and a Master of Public Health candidate specializing in health promotion. She holds a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience and evolutionary biology and ecology from the University of Toronto. Aisha is a practicum student at the AMP Lab with interests in cultural safety, Indigenous food sovereignty, and criminalization and the justice system. Aisha also supports the Turtle Island Journal of Indigenous Health (TIJIH) through her role as Communications and Peer Review Coordinator. In her free time, she loves camping, birdwatching, cooking, gardening, practicing piano, and playing video games.
Aseel (she/her) is a settler and is currently in her second year of the MPH in Nutrition and Dietetics at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Her research interests include Indigenous Foodways, building equitable food systems, and the commercial determinants of health. Aseel is very excited and grateful to be part of the AMP lab!