Amy Anne Lubik holds a PhD in cancer research and works in environmental health. She is passionate about the social and environmental determinants of health, human rights, and environmental justice, volunteering for the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, the Public Health Association of BC and Bridge for Health Coop. She is a long-time volunteer for Force of Nature, Amnesty International, founder of the Queensland University of Technology chapter of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines and an alumna of the Next Up Leadership program through the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, BC. As a lover of animals and nature, she became involved in environmental advocacy when the pipelines began to threaten the Great Bear Rainforest. In her spare time she is a pro-am musician, playing at community events.