Dustin Boam (He/Him)
Dustin Boam is proud to be part of the Why We March team and having a chance at building community with those who identify under the rainbow. Dustin has volunteered with several London organizations over the last 15 years, seeing first hand the importance of community, volunteering and advocacy work.
He is excited to see the organization bloom under his directorship and continue to work to achieve our goals.
Board Chair & Financial Director
Meet Andrew, our dynamic Board Chair and Financial Director, who has embraced London as his home and dedicated over 20 years to charitable works within the community, championing 2SLGBTIA+ rights with unwavering commitment. His visionary leadership and passion for inclusivity drive our 2SLGBTQIA+ non-profit forward, empowering lives and fostering a brighter, more accepting future.
Bio coming soon
Abbey is a passionate educator and researcher. She is currently completing a Master’s degree at U of T/OISE. Abbey joined Why We March as a way to give back to community. Abbey believes the 2SLGBTQIA+ community should have a safe and accessible space filled with program to meet the diverse needs of the community.
Bio coming soon
Fundraising and Grants Director
I am working with Why We March because I believe in advocating for the needs and rights of the LGBTQ+ community in London. I am happy about being a part of the Why We March team, as we focus on using education and research to meet our goals. I want to do my bit to make programs and services that are of interest to the LGBTQ+ community more accessible to everyone.
Taylor is passionate about making connections between government, academia, industry and non-profits. Taylor is currently a Project Manager at TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario, responsible for delivery of entrepreneurship and innovation-supporting programs such as the i.d.e.a. fund, London Innovation Challenge, and the BHER partnership with Western University. Before joining TechAlliance, Taylor spent almost 10 years working on Internet and technology-related policy files at the federal department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED).