Kiki has been working and volunteering on issues of social and environmental justice since 2007. She has worked locally, nationally and internationally in the youth climate justice movement to build capacity for climate and environmental justice. She believes in the ability of people and communities to create and shape transformational change, and build a just, equitable, and prosperous future for all. She joined the Ecojustice team as a grantwriter in 2018 to support the fight for environmental rights for Canadians, wildlife, and the earth.
Kiki moved to Nova Scotia from Toronto in 2007 and fell in love with the east coast. She splits her time between Halifax and her off-grid homestead in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia where she practices sustainable living and frolicks in the woods.