“I heard about Toronto Pride many years ago. The best way for me to be part of the Dyke March was to join the Dyke March Team with my photography and communication skills. I am looking forward to helping the dyke community by building a stronger image for all of us.
As a traveler and destinations lover, if I could have any superpower it would be the teleportation. It would be easier for me to go back home to Brazil, and anywhere in the world I haven’t been!
When I’m not organizing the Dyke March I’m exploring Toronto as I’m still new to the city and working on my photography projects.”
“Laura is in her fourth year of helping organize the Dyke March. After jumping ship on the academy and being in Take Back the Dyke in 2010, she leapt aboard the team to bring a radical politics, fierce dyke voices and a community focus back to the March. Laura loves her cats, books about queer witches and/or vampires, badass boots and purple. When not sending copious Dyke March emails, Laura works at Sherbourne Health Centre, plays soccer and rides her bicycle everywhere – even in the winter.”