Jessica Hamilton lives in Toronto with her husband and two children. Jessica spent her early life as a fierce and driven competitor. She attended University on a full athletic soccer scholarship, achieving a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. After returning home to Scarborough from school, she continued her education with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) which has led her to her current role as a public servant with the Ontario Autism Program. Jessica ran most recently as the candidate for the Green Party in her home riding of Scarborough Rouge-Park. Jessica is passionate about creating a Canada that is equitable for all.
Hannah is a Toronto based environmentalist, cook, and food security advocate. Her passions are organic food and urban farming. She has been volunteering with the green party for over two years and ran as the Davenport green party candidate in the 2019 federal election. Hannah is currently the young greens co-chair for Ontario and a member of the Davenport EDA executives.
Politics has been an interest for many years for Cynthia. After AOC (USA congress woman) won a seat, Cynthia's friend encouraged her to run herself. Cynthia started out as a volunteer for the campaign of Mike Morris of Kitchener-Centre and her passion led her to become the Green Party of Canada's 2019 candidate for Mississauga-Lakeshore. She was able to increase her votes to 10% in the subdivisions of her riding in which she canvassed and increased the overall results for the GPC on election day. Being francophone, Cynthia was also able to connect with French speaking individuals in her riding who are often forgotten. She hopes to one day be able to show they were not wrong to place their faith in her, by continuing to put her energy into making Canada the country it ought to be.
Christina ran as a candidate for the Green Party of Canada in the 2019 election in the Mississauga-Malton riding. She is an IT professional with a degree from the School of Management at Ryerson University. Christina has a passion for environmental action, and is a member of several activist groups, and encourages climate action wherever possible.
Adam is a graphic designer who has worked in media and artistic organizations in Canada and Europe, including The Globe and Mail, Design Exchange and the Paris Conservatory. A graduate of Concordia University, Adam is passionate about the arts and design. He approaches politics as a creative and collaborative process that must engage citizens at the local level. A resident of the Gay Village in Toronto where he has lived with his partner since 2016, Adam proudly wore the colors of the Green Party in the 2018 provincial elections in his riding. He is currently the Green Party of Ontario spokesperson for Francophone affairs. A member of the Green Party since 2000, Adam has already run for office in federal and provincial elections. He has also served on the Young Green Council and has campaigned in several campaigns. He believes in a collaborative and civic approach to politics.