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Ansh Vohra
Ansh Vohra

Ansh Vohra

Toronto, ON
As Content Manager, Ansh’s first obligation is to use every tool at his disposal to help tell the story of our organization and the important work our network does every day. He leads the content half of our communications department and ensures that we're using our platform to amplify the voices of our young leaders through videos, podcasts, graphics & everything in between.

Before Jack.org, Ansh spent 7 years making non-fiction work that explores migration, border conflicts and personal histories. He was one of 10 Canadian filmmakers chosen to participate in the HotDocs Emerging Filmmakers Lab 2020 supported by Netflix, and one of 12 artists from around the world chosen to attend the UnionDocs 2017 Collaborative Studio Fellowship in New York. His work has been screened at festivals like the Oscar-qualifying DOCNYC , along with Nitehawk Shorts, Art of Brooklyn, Colombscope & others.Ansh is a font connoisseur, fried-chicken enthusiast and a big fan of the colour yellow.

My mental health revolution looks like a world where culturally appropriate resources are accessible to those who need it the most and where diverse voices aren’t simply invited to the table, they are allowed to dismantle it & help rebuild a new, stronger, more inclusive one.