Board Of Directors
The Board of Directors is the governing body of APIRG, made up of both U of A students and external community members. New directors are selected by the current board. Applications are now open! Find more information and the application form here.
Luthfia is a first generation settler in Edmonton, AB. She is entering the Library and Information Studies and Digital Humanities graduate program at the University of Alberta, drawing from a background in Anthropology and Film Studies. Her academic focus has been on creating community and connection through art, literature and film. Luthfia has worked and volunteered at a local non-profit community based movie theatre, as a workshop facilitator for inmates at the Edmonton Remand Centre, a career counsellor for members of the public, and as a youth mentor. Her work will continue to focus on building community and empowering others to do so as well.
Abigail is a first generation Ethiopian-Canadian born in Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton AB). As an Arts representative on the UofA Student’s Council with a background volunteering with various collectives that work to challenge the systemic barriers encountered by the different marginalized communities in our province, she is committed to ensuring a seat at the table for underrepresented identities on campus (particularly QTBIPOC individuals), in traditionally exclusive spaces. Abby is an advocate for intersectional education and activism in celebrating a diversity of experiences, worldviews, and identities, and currently sits as a youth representative on the City of Edmonton Youth Council. Interests of hers include writing, reading anything by James Baldwin, and listening to anything by Lauryn Hill.