Manvir Bhangu is an accomplished interdisciplinary professional with a passion for youth development, non-profit management and community-based research and consulting. She is a graduate of McMaster University with a Master's degree in Globalization and the Human Condition and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Human Rights & Human Diversity and Criminology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Her expertise includes strong project management skills, community building, and stakeholder engagement.
Manvir Bhangu is currently the Manager of Operations, Quality & Systems at Punjabi Community Health Services. She is also the former Founder & Executive Director at Laadliyan, Celebrating & Empowering Daughters, where she honed her skills in program design and facilitation, fundraising, teamwork and leadership.
In addition to her work at Punjabi Community Health Services and Laadliyan, Manvir has worked in a variety of roles, including Facilitator at Region of Peel, Research Assistant at Wellesley Institute, Lead Notetaker & Assistant Facilitator at St. Michael's Hospital, Newcomer Youth Settlement Worker at Malton Neighbourhood Services, Special Project Research Intern at United Way of Peel Region, and Teacher Assistant at McMaster University. Her experience and expertise have made her an asset to any team who values community-based initiatives and youth empowerment.