Born and raised in South Etobicoke, Amber Morley is a proud and deeply connected member of the Etobicoke-Lakeshore community. Her longstanding community advocacy and the recognition she has received for her efforts are a testament to her dedication to improving the lives of Ward 6 residents through tangible and sustainable action. She is a young woman of colour who is a committed voice for responsive government, collaborative communities, and inclusive decision making.
Since 2013, Amber has worked at Toronto City Hall in various Council support capacities, having spent the last three years as the Constituency Assistant in Ward 4, Etobicoke-Centre. Amber is a vocal champion for the expansion of accessible community spaces across Etobicoke, including the development of local Community Hubs.
Prior to working at City Hall, Amber spent ten years working at LAMP Community Health Centre, where she held various roles including Director of the South Etobicoke Youth Assembly, Youth Volunteer Support Worker, and Community Relations Assistant. Amber has also served on several community boards and advisory committees with organizations such as the Remix Project and the Laidlaw Foundation.
Over the past 15 years, Amber has received many awards for her lifelong dedication to improving the lives of Etobicoke-Lakeshore residents, including: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Rotary Youth Impact Award - Under 25,and the Identify N' Impact Dedication to Youth Advocacy Award.
Amber holds an Advanced Diploma in Public Relations from the Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.