Danté Bazard, (he/him), holds a Master's degree in clinical criminology from the University of Leicester, and a Bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Prince Edward Island. Danté has worked in the sectors of mental health, human rights, governance, and law. He is the first Anti-Racism Policy Advisor in the Executive Council of the Provincial Government and Prince Edward Island's first Black Human Rights Commissioner.
Danté conducts studies to solve systemic issues that affect historically disenfranchised populations. He has contributed to articles on police investigations of sexual and physical violent crimes and climate injustice.
Danté co-founded BIPOC USHR (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color United for Strength, Home, and Relationships), and ASDA, (Atlantic Student Development Alliance), where he works on anti-oppression training, advocacy, and community empowerment.