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Mandira Arnab Aich

Program Manager
Mandira (she/her) is one of our Program Managers.
Project Affiliation:
Cross-Sectoral Solutions: Strengthening Community Capacity to Address the “Parallel Pandemic” of Gender-Based Violence-Related Traumatic Brain Injury through a Survivor-Led Support Intervention; Embedding Resilience & Grounding Resistance: Anti-Human Trafficking Project; "Rooting Resilience: Peer Support for Women with Disabilities

Mandira’s Biography

Mandira is a cisgender woman who identifies herself through a multiplicity of selves. To name a few, she is a middle-class, multilingual, South Asian immigrant to Canada; a daughter, sister, wife, and mother; a reflexive psychotherapist; a feminist advocate for social justice; a mentor and a life-long learner.

Mandira’s identities and lived experiences are rich with privileges and marginalization, assimilation and alienation. Mandira has earned post-graduate degrees in Law and Counselling Psychology. She considers “unlearning” as her most extensive learning, and growth a “process” instead of a goal.


“When day comes, we step out of the shade,
aflame and unafraid.
The new dawn blooms as we free it.
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it.
If only we’re brave enough to be it.”

– “The Hill We Climb”,  Amanda Gorman

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