#FeatureFriday – Misha Dhillon

Introducing Equal Press #FeatureFriday – a space to highlight individuals or organizations doing noteworthy work in the areas of media, violence prevention, or gender equality… and what better place to start than with our phenomenal advisory committee! We are incredibly fortunate to be able to draw upon the expertise and knowledge of a diverse group of folks who have generously volunteered their time to participate in our project, and are excited to spotlight their contributions to Equal Press.

Our first #FeatureFriday, Misha Dhillon of EVA BC, has been a huge asset to our work. Read more about her below!

Misha Dhillon (MA) is the Research & Projects Coordinator at EVA BC. She earned a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of British Columbia, where her research explored sexuality and sexual violence in the lives of young South Asian women in Canada. In her role at EVA BC, she contributes her expertise to numerous projects and initiatives aimed at preventing and improving responses to gender-based violence, including community-based research and the development of training and resources for the anti-violence, health, justice, education, corporate, and settlement sectors.

The Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) is a provincial non-profit organization that has existed in BC for 26 years and serves as a resource for over 300 community-based services and initiatives supporting survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, child abuse and criminal harassment.