Malaika Hill is a Junior Policy Researcher at the Wellesley Institute. During her time at the Wellesley, she has been involved with health equity research related to accident compensation, access to health care for the trans community, the Black Experience Project and Supports for Success. She holds a Masters of Public Policy and Administration from Ryerson University and a BA in Legal and Women’s Studies from the University of Waterloo. Prior to joining the Wellesley Institute, Malaika worked in a number of non-profit organizations from Dying with Dignity to Street Haven’s Women’s Shelter, where she was involved in initiatives that helped improve the quality of life for vulnerable populations. This work has allowed her to develop a strong knowledge of issues facing a variety of communities across the GTA. Malaika is passionate about improving health equity and building healthier and stronger communities across the GTA.