Grace Lore is a mother of two and is proud to live in Victoria-Beacon Hill. Grace teaches at the University of Victoria and is a community organizer, anti-violence advocate, and researcher.
As part of David Eby’s team, Grace will work hard on the issues that matter to families and workers across Victoria – with an integrated approach to housing, climate action, and socially supportive communities. This includes affordable and accessible housing and child care, as well as relief for your family budget.
Community means everything to Grace - she sits on the Fernwood, North Park, and Quadra Village neighbourhood planning group, is a volunteer at the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre, a member of a national advisory panel for Canadian Women’s Foundation, and an Affordable Fernwood organizer.
At UVic, Grace teaches Canadian politics, gender and politics, and research methods. Her current research includes social media harassment and online violence. Outside the academic world, Grace supports not-for-profit organizations to engage with community and navigate systemic change. Her recent work includes sexual assault response policy with the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre.
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