Equal Press #FeatureFriday is a space to highlight individuals or organizations doing noteworthy work in the areas of media, violence prevention, or gender equality.
This week, we are honoured to feature our very own Ninu Kang, Director of Communications and Development at MOSAIC with a focus on marketing, communication, fundraising, business development and social enterprise. Ninu has 25+ years of experience in the fields of immigrant and refugee settlement and violence prevention. She is actively involved with many community organizations in efforts to end violence against women and their families. Recently, Ninu was presented with a Women in Business Award in the not-for-profit sector by the Surrey Board of Trade for her many years of advocacy work. She is also one of the 2019 YWCA Women of Distinction nominees in the non-profit category.
Ninu also delivers training in the areas of anti-violence and anti-racism across North America and internationally. Locally, she has delivered this training through the Justice Institute of BC, BC Society of Transition Houses, Ending Violence Association (EVA BC) as well as other community and justice organizations.
MOSAIC is one of the largest settlement organizations in Canada dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society.