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Alex Sangha

Alex Sangha is many things to many people including being called an activist, author, writer, student, social worker, and public speaker.  This basically means he is in need of a real job so if you require some real manpower just hollar!  Alex is big on academia and loves learning.  He has an MSc in Public Administration and Public Policy from the London School of Economics, and a BSW from UBC.  


He has worked as a social worker and youth counsellor but his strengths are in the area of advocacy and human rights. He is the founder of  MINDSET (Mental Health Education, Awareness, and Support) and SHER VANCOUVER (LGBT South Asians and Friends). Recently, he started Q-KARMA which is a networking group for queer non-profits and their supporters.  You can connect with all three groups on Facebook.

Alex was profiled in the Georgia Straight Best of Vancouver issue in 2008 as a “bright light” and was voted by the public as one of the winners of the Royal Bank Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards of 2011.

He is currently working as an online and in-person therapist in North Delta.  For futher information check out or email


Nov 28th, 2012
Vancity and the BC Ideas competition come through with funding for Dignity House
Aug 13th, 2012
Sikh philosophy can help you find answers to many of the questions of our existence and purpose in life.
Jul 8th, 2012
Sher Vancouver is bringing their popular Bang Bang Bollywood fundraiser to Status Nightclub in New Westminster on Thursday, August 2, 2012 at 8:00 pm.  Status is located at 27 Church Street,...
Apr 15th, 2012
Why making Punjab a state within a state would mean great things for India's future.
Mar 20th, 2012
Stephen Harper and Christy Clark, take note: here are 14 simple ideas for job creation that will get the province moving again.
Mar 13th, 2012
Two simple ideas unions can bring to the table
Jan 7th, 2012
Finally some real financial support for the victims of crime
Dec 30th, 2011
Partial cover image of The Modern Thinker: Timeless Ideas, Inspiration, and Hope for the 21 st Century
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