An accomplished leader who has been recognizedby the City of Montreal, the Government of Quebec and the Government of Canada for his civic engagement, Moses completed an honours degree in political science at Concordia University before pursuing degrees in law at McGill University. He has a particular passion for post-secondary education, diversity and inclusion through leadership engagement. During his undergraduate career, Moses won 32 academic and extra-curricular awards for his excellence in leadership and for his academic work.
While at McGill Law School, he served as the 2014/2015 President of the National Black Law Students' Association of Canada and represented Canada at the 2014 G20 Summit in Sydney, Australia as a youth Global Citizenship advocate. In Summer 2015, he also completed an international business law clerkship at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Rwanda in the offices of Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice. He then came back to Canada to work for a international business law firm.
During his free time, Moses enjoys jogging, playing/watching basketball and volunteering his time for non-profit organizations operating in areas of education, citizenship, immigration, youth business, mental health, diversity and inclusion in various communities.