Kyle Vose is an HIV/Poverty Activist who graduated the Leadership Program, and Facilitator Training given through the OAN (Ontario Aids Network) and ABPRO (Aids Bereavement and Resiliance Project of Ontario. He first got to know of the ODSP Action Coalition through his first project that he worked on with The Toronto Daily Food bank, which became the Poverty Reduction Bill. He shortly joined the coalition after attending their conference held in Toronto. After a couple of years in the coalition, he was honored to be chosen Co-Chair bringing the leadership principals with him to the coalition. He currently is a facilitator and speaker for the Toronto People with AIDS foundation and for FiFe House.
Naomi Ives Peak
Naomi Ives Peak, co-chair of the ODSP Action Coalition, is a Community Legal Worker at Parkdale Community Legal Services in Toronto. She brings over 13 years of progressive education, community development and organizing experience to her role with the Coalition, including work in the areas of harm reduction, income security, and poverty eradication. Naomi holds a Masters of Social Work in Community Development and Social Policy from Wilfrid Laurier University. She lives in South Etobicoke with her new husband.