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Hamilton Anti-Racism Resource Centre welcomes executive director

HAMILTON, ON – The Hamilton Anti-Racism Resource Centre (HARRC) is pleased to announce that Lyndon George will be its new executive director. 

An award-winning community builder, health equity advocate, anti-racism leader and government relations expert, Lyndon will report to HARRC’s board of directors and be responsible for leading HARRC’s reopening and fulfilling its strategic plan.

Lyndon brings more than 15 years of experience in government relations at both the provincial and federal levels to the role. He is also an active member of the Hamilton Health Sciences President’s Advisory Task Force on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

Lyndon will join HARRC on September 7, 2021 and looks forward to renewing the organization’s focus to include data collection and counselling, after its two-year pause to allow for broader community engagement and consultation.

“As a new board, we wanted to ensure we listened to the community recommendations, took our time and found the right person who understands from a Hamilton perspective how important confronting racism is, without a doubt that person is Lyndon George.” - Sandi Bell, Board Chair

“As a community health equity advocate, with lived experience encountering racism, Lyndon reflects the leadership we are looking to lead HARRC with the passion and conviction it needs. As a board we are excited to get started.” - Farhanna Khan, Vice-Chair

For more information about HARRC, visit www.hamilton.ca/Anti-Racism.