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Kasha Slavner

Founder, The Global Sunrise Project

Kasha is a 10th grader who attends a Toronto high school. She has been very involved with Free the Children’s “Me to We” movement for the past 8 years, attends leadership training each summer with various organizations & has actively participated in several youth summits. In March, 2013 Kasha was selected as a youth delegate by the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace to attend the United Nations for the 57th annual session on the Commission of the Status of Women.



She is a passionate photographer, aspiring filmmaker, blogger & social entrepreneur & has been since a very young age, turning her creative interests into a viable entrepreneurial enterprise (Sweet Scrub © & Kasha’s Cards of Kindness ©) which provides funds to fuel her love of photography, while simultaneously contributing to causes she cares about. She will be returning to the United Nations in March, 2014 where she’ll start filming for her documentary.



She has been known to talk to Siri late at night and is still trying to get her to reveal the meaning of the universe.

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