Staff and Advisory Committee

Living Wage for Families Campaign is hosted by First Call The Living Wage for Families Campaign is hosted by First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition and guided by an advisory committee, with representatives from community organizations and other partners and supporters in Metro Vancouver.



The Living Wage For Families Campaign is staffed by:

Kaleb Morrison, Campaign Assistant | 604-709-5824

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Kaleb has lived on Coast Salish Territories for most of their life. They are a hiker, biker and coffee drinker who spends a considerable amount of time working with grassroots land defense groups. They have experience as a paramedic with BC Ambulance, as a Training Assistant at the Vancouver Crisis Centre and currently on-call as a Community Mental Health Worker with the Kettle Society. They also work for themselves as a stone mason and are completing a bachelor degree in Social Work through the University of Victoria. Kaleb uses they/them pronouns.




Deanna Ogle, Campaign Organizer | 604-975-3347

Deanna Ogle

When Deanna Ogle’s mother was hired on as support staff at a local hospital, her family went out for supper – a noteworthy event for a low-income family in rural Saskatchewan. This was Deanna’s first experience of the benefits of a living wage and she has been working on issues related to anti-poverty and gender equality ever since.

Deanna brings to the Living Wage for Families Campaign her experience working with West Coast Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF), Oxfam Canada and many direct service organizations ranging from health clinics to drop-in centres.

In her spare time, Deanna enjoys hiking and knitting. She is trying to be better at gardening.




Advisory Committee

Advisory committee members represent the following organizations:


Don’t hesitate to be in touch.