KAEDEN SEBURN, MSW
Kaeden Seburn (They/He) is a nonbinary, transmasculine, white settler, and a trans community organizer, activist and educator from unceded Algonquin territory. Kaeden holds a Bachelor of Social Work from Carleton University and a Master of Social Work from York University. They have seven years of experience as an independent educator and consultant. Kaeden's past roles have included co-founder of SAEFTY Ottawa, Community Engagement Coordinator at the Ten Oaks Project, and Trans and Gender Diverse Student Support Coordinator for the Ottawa Carelton District School Board. They have extensive experience working with trans and gender diverse children and youth, and the people who support them, including parents, teachers, and health and social service providers.
Thank you so much Kaeden! You are so amazing! When you signed out, my class said that they could have listened to you talk all day! They loved the way you spoke, your intentional language, and the messages you gave. One student said she learned so much in that class, her brain was about to explode! Thank you for all that you are doing, you certainly are making a difference in the students' lives!
- Elementary school teacher