Chief Executive Officer
Nafisa Nawal is in her first year at the University of Toronto hoping to major in Public Policy and City Studies. She was an active leader in her high school community through her role as president of the Community Involvement Council, which raised money for local and international charities. As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AOT, her role involves making major business decisions as well as overseeing other executives and their committees. This summer, Nafisa worked as a Youth Program Facilitator at a non-profit called Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services, where she designed and led programs for immigrant and refugee youth. Nafisa is also a Youth Advocate for Plan International Canada. She is working to advance gender equality among developing countries by promoting the Change the Birth Story Campaign.
Vansh Juneja is a grade 11 student in the MaCS enrichment program at William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute. As Chief Operating Officer of AOT, Vansh assists the CEO in overseeing committees, creates contracts as well as develops and institutes outreach strategies. In addition, Vansh is a training officer at his school's DECA chapter. He also writes content for InvestBETA, a non-profit organization focused on investment education. Vansh plans to pursue a degree in Commerce specializing in Finance, followed by a potential career in corporate anti-trust law.
Chief Operations Officer
Kathleena Henricus is a grade 11 student in the Regional Arts Program at Cawthra Park Secondary School. As Chief Financial Officer, Kathleena manages AOT’s finance committee, oversees sponsorships, and maintains the organization’s financial records. At school, Kathleena is the President of the Student Council and Vice President of the DECA Chapter. In addition, she is a National Officer at HOSA Canada and writes content for the Junior Economic Club of Toronto. Kathleena hopes to pursue an undergraduate degree in Political Science and International Development.
Chief Financial Officer
Tiffany Yung is in her first year at Queen’s University studying Political Science and History. She is the former President of Markville Secondary School. Tiffany also served on her high school’s DECA team for two years, competing in several business competitions. As Chief Marketing Officer of AOT, Tiffany oversees the Marketing Committee which focuses on promoting the organization on various platforms. She enjoys giving back to her community through volunteering at her local community centre.
Chief Marketing Officer
Yandy Zuo is a second year Dean’s Scholar student at the University of Toronto majoring in Criminology and Philosophy. As Chief Research Officer of Advocates of Tomorrow, she leads the Research Committee which creates the mock trial case and organizes speakers, judges, and mentors for the conference. Yandy has her own business called Thoughtfully Handmade where she makes and sells handcrafted cards, bookmarks, and gift tags. Yandy currently serves an Executive for the UofT Duke of Edinburgh Club.
Chief Research Officer
Fariha Atqiya is in her first year at the University of Toronto studying Biological and Neurosciences. As General Secretary of AOT, her role involves completing administrative tasks and keeping organization members informed. Fariha was an Executive of the Emerging Leaders of Health Today Club at her high school where she shared her knowledge on various health science-related topics. She founded a camp called FeminSTEM with a mission to engage more females in STEM education.