Volunteer Executive Director
The National Collaboration for Youth Mental Health NCYMH has grown and increased its vital mental health services and programming for students, parents, educators and communities under the committed, experienced and compassionate leadership of its Volunteer Executive Director, Maxine Awedalla. Maxine is an educator with a Master’s degree in Psychology and an MBA, who travels regularly across Canada to stay connected with youth while developing mental health BIPOC programming which is client-specific and region-specific. Maxine leads a national team across Canada of over 200 staff members and thousands of volunteers.
“Let’s imagine and work together towards a world where every human being is given an equal opportunity to Be Physically and Mentally Healthy, given equal opportunities to Learn, Thrive, and Succeed in Education, Work, and Life.”
Co-Chair National BIPOC Youth Mental Health Conference
Kyrstin is a 20 year old Algonquin Anishinabe woman who resides in Algonquin territory. Kyrstin has spoken with organizations, school boards, churches and with government officials to help create a better understanding of indigenous issues. She is an activist , advocate and has been awarded twice for her work within the indigenous community.
Registered Canadian Charitable Organization Number: 799576335 RR0001