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Christine Balmes, MA Candidate
Member, Kapwa Collective; Settlement Worker, North York Community House; MA Candidate, Ontario Institure for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Constantine Cabarios, BSW, MSW, RSW
Bathhouse Counsellor/Coordinator, TowelTalk Program, AIDS Committee of Toronto
Constantine was born in Paniqui, Tarlac and immigrated to Toronto with his family in 1975. He is registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and currently works as a TowelTalk bathhouse counsellor for the AIDS Committee of Toronto, providing brief counselling to a diverse group of gay and bisexual men. As a Filipino-Canadian, Constantine’s professional and personal narrative has been shaped by his experiences as a newcomer who had to navigate through the dominant discourse in Toronto as a racialized queer man while bearing witness to the effects of HIV/AIDS and mental health issues on friends and family. He has over 8 years of volunteer and work experience within the mental health, immigration and settlement, and HIV/AIDS sectors. He served on the boards of Silayan Filipino Community Centre, Asian Community AIDS Services and Community Resource Connections of Toronto, helping develop organizational policies, community outreach and program development initiatives. He is passionate about the communities he belongs to and always strives to address emerging issues and advance causes through advocacy, policy development, research and direct service provision.