Julie Lutete is a strong advocate for both a better education system and a better healthcare system. She understands the importance of both affordable healthcare and better care for seniors. Julie understands the diverse needs of Etobicoke North, and will fight to create a more equitable Ontario for all.
Fleeing the war torn Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997, Julie immigrated to Toronto with her 1 year old daughter. As a black francophone woman, she faced obstacles and saw that change was needed. She became a leader in her community as Chair of the Coalition of Black Francophones in Ontario, opening the first French health services center in Etobicoke.
Vice-President of the Assemblée de la francophonie de l'Ontario
Founder and Executive Director of the Auberge francophone in Toronto
Diploma in administrative management at the Higher Institute of Commerce of Kinshasa
Vice-president of UP-MREF
Arrival in Canada
Born in Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo)
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