Sandra Krahn, Executive Director (ED)

Sandra Krahn

Executive Director

Sandra Krahn has over 25 years of experience working in educational organizations, including schools, universities and non-profit organizations. She started her education career as a high school science teacher. She has been a project leader in a UNESCO Associated School, which included teacher training and the development of educational resources. Sandra has a Bachelor of education, with a Master’s and Ph.D. in Peace and Conflict Studies. Her research specialization is in how educational initiatives can support community peacebuilding. Sandra has experience with teacher training for human rights education in Canada, India and the Czech Republic. Her experience includes grant writing, program development and writing curriculum for community organizations. 





Aatir Rehan, Development Coordinator

Aatir Rehan

Development Coordinator

Aatir Rehan graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Business Administration degree. After 5 years of experience as an entrepreneur, Aatir decided to pursue a career in helping people understand human rights issues and their awareness, which brought him to the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties (MARL). As MARL’s Development Coordinator will be working on implementing a donor strategy and communicating with potential donors.







Dat Bui, MARL Finance Coordinator

Dat Bui

Finance Coordinator

Dat Bui came to Canada as an international student in 2016, after graduating from the University of Finance and Accountancy in Vietnam, where he achieved a Bachelor degree in Accounting and an Associate Degree in Finance. Dat decided to move to Canada for a new journey. He attended Red River College to learn more about the Canadian economy and accounting system. He learned gained an Accounting Certificate. Dat has many years of experience providing administrative supports, working with accounting software and providing customer service from being a part of Unilever Vietnam, Co-op MART Vietnam, and Holiday Inns. He also joined Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) during the pandemic to deliver help and support for the vaccine task force. As MARL’s new Finance Coordinator, Dat will collaborate with the bookkeepers, the treasurer, and accountant to coordinate MARL’s accounts payables and receivables. He is also responsible for keeping pertinent records and handling relevant inquiries. 


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