Alannah Fricker, Ryerson Social Work Alumni, OISE Masters of Social Justice Education Student, and Administrator to the Jack Layton Chair 2018-2020
Alannah has worked as the Administrator to the Jack Layton Chair for over two years. She supports the Chair in conceptualizing, developing, organizing, and promoting community events, talks, and leadership workshops that aim to advance democracy, equity, human rights, and social justice on campus and beyond.
Alannah Fricker is a passionate community organizer, harm reduction worker, and prisoner justice advocate. She is a founding member and lead organizer with the Toronto Prisoners’ Rights Project and Abolition Coalition, the president and founder of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Ryerson University, and the Administrator of the Toronto Harm Reduction Alliance. Alannah is a visual artist, outdoor enthusiast, and caregiver in her personal life.