Aaron is Future Majority's director and a founding member. Prior to starting Future Majority, Aaron spent the last ~10 years working in political and electoral organizing and in technology in the United States. He was the deputy chief technology officer at a large national political action organization, directed field campaigns on the 2010, 2012 and 2014 elections and ran recruitment and training with Green Corps, one of the top advocacy organizing training programs in the United States.
Aaron grew up in Toronto, studied biology Queen's University and worked at the Sierra Youth Coalition of Canada while in undergrad.
Steph is a founding member and Assistant Organizing Director with Future Majority. She grew up in the suburbs of Toronto and is a Forestry graduate from the University of British Columbia. While living in Vancouver, Steph was an active leader in the fossil fuel divestment and climate justice movement. She has held organizing positions with Leadnow, Dogwood, and 350.org, all which empowered everyday Canadians to take action towards a livable future in an equitable society.
In 2017 Steph co-founded and coordinated a non-partisan voting initiative called Young Climate Voters BC. Young Climate Voters BC was comprised of a coalition of post-secondary students across the Lower Mainland who worked to mobilize their peers to vote with climate change in mind for British Columbia’s 41st provincial election. Steph is passionate about emboldening young voices and values in politics in order to shape a just society that works for everyone.
Tyler is a founding member and deputy field director with Future Majority. Tyler has worked at every level of politics. In 2014, he co-founded Vote Savvy, a nonprofit that advocates for and engage youth in Canadian politics. He organized over 20 universities and colleges across Canada into a network of “Vote Campuses.” Additionally, he spearheaded viral video campaigns that were viewed millions of times, challenging youth to take voting into their own hands.
In 2018, Tyler was the Research Coordinator for Vote Compass/Vox Pop Labs and helped launch Vote Compass in Brazil. He led a research team of top academics from across Brazil in creating a survey tool that was used over 1,000,000 times to educate and assess political preferences.
Tyler has extensive experience in research, focusing on Brazil, LGBTQ+ rights, public policy, and online violence. He spent time teaching and researching in Brazil and helped form the think tank, Escola de App researching online violence toward LGBTQ+ youth.
Thevishka manages Future Majority's digital communications, working to engage, entertain, and grow an audience of thousands of young people across Canada.
She is passionate about Canadian politics and the democratic process, and brings diverse experiences working in communications at other civics-minded organizations to the table. Her top three issues this election are climate change, immigration and refugees, and electoral reform.
She holds an BScH in Environmental Biology from Queen's University, and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto.
Erin is a founding member and Assistant Organizing Director with Future Majority. Born and raised on the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, Erin studied environmental science & natural resource management. Erin has a passion for environmental justice and has led conservation-based research projects internationally.
In 2017, Erin worked with Dogwood on a successful get-out-the-vote campaign in British Columbia. Erin has municipal, provincial, and federal political campaign experience.
As the Field Manager with Future Majority, Tanvir coordinates dozens of volunteer teams across the country working to turn out thousands of voters this election.
Tanvir was raised in Kenya and is a First Generation Canadian who is passionate about politics and the power that citizens have through their votes. She completed her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Human Rights and her masters degree in Political Management, both at Carleton University.
Whether it was raising funds for children’s education while she was in elementary school or organizing Model Parliament conferences for students to engage in politics while she was at University, Tanvir has been a political enthusiast and activist all her life.