Michele Bilek is an experienced educator and advocate for equity, poverty eradication and sustainability in our community. Now she’s ready to deliver the change we need as the next MP for Mississauga—Erin Mills.
Michelle has worked as a high school teacher and in the field of psychosocial education in hospitals, retirement homes and long-term care facilities. She believes in building strong, inclusive communities where no one is left behind.
She sits on the Regional Diversity Roundtable of Peel and helped create Peel Region’s first diversity and equity charter. She’s also a member of the Homelessness Partnership Strategy’s community advisory board and worked to strengthen food security as a member of a regional taskforce.
Michelle previously served on the board of directors for the UN Association in Canada’s Toronto Chapter, as well as vice chair for the Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Services in Halton.
Michele has lived in Mississauga for over 32 years. After experiencing homelessness in her youth, Michelle worked her way through university, earning degrees from McMaster and York.