Jamil Jivani is the Managing Director of Road Home Research & Analysis. Jamil previously taught at Osgoode Hall Law School, graduated from Yale Law School, and served as Vice Chair of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto. Jamil was awarded the 2018 “One to Watch” alumni award by York University and 2017 youth leadership award by the International Development and Relief Foundation. His first book, Why Young Men, was published in Canada by HarperCollins in 2018 and in the United States by All Points Books in 2019.
Jarel Cockburn sits on the board of directors of Road Home Research & Analysis.
Bryan Ekeh is a Research Coordinator at Road Home Research & Analysis. Bryan previously interned at the United Nations Association of Canada, where he investigated environmentally efficient alternatives to current modes of transportation throughout the City of Toronto. He graduated from the Munk School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto with a Master of Public Policy and Governance. He currently works for the University of Toronto, where he manages qualitative and quantitative research projects and contributes to the implementation of privacy policies for impending software programs.
Chinweizu Okeke is a Research Assitant at Road Home Research&Analysis. Chinweizu is a graduate of UCL's School of Public Policy, where he got a degree in International Public Policy. Prior to UCL he was a Compliance Analyst at the BRICS Research Group at the University of Toronto, focusing on BRICS committments to African development. His research and academic interests include African geopolitics, foreign policy and urban policy.