INDIGO GIRLS

TORONTO

Indigo Girls Toronto is a branch of Indigo Girls that opened in 2017.

 

We offer free girls club programs and workshops for girls across Toronto at community organizations and schools. Our programs are all dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive place for girls to learn and empower themselves.

 

Contact us to become a volunteer, book a program, or donate!

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MEMBERS

Catia Dovigo

Branch Leader

toronto@indigogirlsgroup.com

Hi, I'm Catia! When I'm not volunteering with Indigo Girls, I work full time as an MRT. I first became involved with Indigo Girls as a girl’s club leader while I was a student at the University of Guelph. When I moved to Toronto, I missed being part of such an amazing team, and was lucky to help launch the Toronto branch. I am inspired by both Indigo Girls volunteers and members time and again, and I hope to be able to empower young women in return by giving them a safe place to grow and learn.

Lauren DaSilva

Fundraising Leader

Hello, my name is Lauren! My hobbies include: volunteering, reading and keeping up with the latest fashion trends! I'm currently completing my post-grad in Fundraising Management at Humber College. I previously attended the University of Guelph, studying both Sociology and Child and Youth Studies, and this is where I was first introduced to Indigo Girls Group. I've always been passionate about empowering and supporting young women within my community, and am so humbled to be apart of an organization that shares this passion. 

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Michelle Deherian

Finance Leader

Hello, my name is Michelle and I am a Masters Student at the University of Toronto specializing in the Mental Health and Health stream of Social Work. My previous education is in the field of psychology and neuropsychology, and I truly believe our mental health is integral part of who we are as individuals and is especially important in terms of our overall health and wellbeing. Aside from advocating daily for our fundamental human rights, I enjoy camping, travelling, and playing sports. Inclusivity is my number one priority in life, and I aim to make every young woman feel accepted, loved, and more importantly comfortable in their own skin. In the words of the Michelle Obama, “there is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish”.

Lauren Schoenberg

Girls Club Leader

I graduated from the University of Guelph and have been living downtown Toronto for the past year! I am passionate about mental health and improving quality of life. I am grateful for all the wonderful women and men in my life who have taught me about strength and courage. My friends and family are my support system who continue to inspire me to grow. I am excited to join the Indigo Girls team to have a positive influence and empower young girls.

Montana Hunter

Girls Club Leader

Hi, I’m Montana! I completed my undergraduate degree at McMaster University, where I majored in Sociology and also took an interest in Women’s Studies. Recently, I completed the Fundraising Management Post-Graduate Program at Humber College. I am now working in the non-profit sector as the Community Fundraising Coordinator for Good Shepherd Hamilton. In my spare time I like to read, thrift shop, and check out Pinterest for new DIY projects. I am grateful to be a part of Indigo Girls and work with amazing women who seek to empower the next generation of women!
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