Kemesha Alli is a former Crown Ward, and a mother of two young girls. She is a communications professional, social justice advocate, and entrepreneur – founder of the agency P.A.T.C.H.E.S 360 (Preparing Young Adults Transitioning out of Care Help to Elevate and Soar). She holds an Associate Degree in Public Relations from Cambrian College, in Sudbury, Ontario, A Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Laurentian University, in Sudbury, Ontario. And also a Master of Science - Communication and Media Studies from Lynn University, in Boca Raton, Florida. She is an appointed member on the Board of Director at the Social Planning Council of Cambridge & North Dumfries, and a Member on the Arts and Culture Advisory Committee for the City of Cambridge. Having a love for humanity and a keen understanding of the adversities faced by youth who aged out of care, Kemesha has made it a lifelong goal, and commitment to connect with fellow youth aging out care across the province, and assist them with their transition to adulthood.