Loizza Aquino

Loizza Aquino

Loizza Aquino

Loizza Aquino is a mental health activist and motivational speaker, primarily speaking on and leading advocacy efforts surrounding topics that encompass mental health, cyberbullying, equality, and female empowerment. She is the founder of Peace of Mind Canada and co-founder of Student Mental Health Canada, and she has spoken at educational institutions and community events from Toronto (Canada) to Boston (United States) to London (United Kingdom) to Manilla (Philippines).

Loizza strives to empower other youth across the globe, through her thought-provoking and inspirational story of personal achievement and loss and has embodied the sentiment young people are the leaders of today since her activism journey began at the age of nine.

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2018
YMCA of Greater Toronto
Peace Medal
2018
Royal Bank of Canada
Top 25 Canadian Immigrant
2017
TD Canada Trust
Community Scholar
2017
Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning
International Filipino Youth Award

Loizza Aquino

Loizza Aquino is a mental health activist and motivational speaker, primarily speaking on and leading advocacy efforts surrounding topics that encompass mental health, cyberbullying, equality, and female empowerment. She is the founder of Peace of Mind Canada and co-founder of Student Mental Health Canada, and she has spoken at educational institutions and community events from Toronto (CA) to Boston (US) to London (UK) to Manilla (Philippines).

Loizza strives to empower other youth across the globe, through her thought-provoking and inspirational story of personal achievement and loss and has embodied the sentiment young people are the leaders of today since her activism journey began at the age of nine.

Select Accolades

2018
YMCA Greater Toronto
Peace Medal
2018
Royal Bank of Canada
Top 25 Canadian Immigrant
2017
TD Canada Trust
Community Scholar
2017
Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning
Global Filipino Youth Award

My goal is to have the world be at a point where we do not need motivational speakers or activists to tell young people to be a leader because we are all already leaders.

Loizza AquinoAs a response to a student who had asked, "What is your goal?" at an Asian Heritage Month event hosted by the Peel District School Board.