Sally Zhou

Sally Zhou is pursing a degree in Biotechnology at the University of British Columbia. She first got interested in politics while in high school when she went on a trip to Ottawa as part of Forum for Young Canadians. Starting in University, Sally has been involved politically both on campus and in the community. She was the President of the UBC Conservatives club and helped students find campaigns and get involved in multiple campaigns in Vancouver. Sally also worked hard on multiple provincial and federal campaigns, including the nomination race for BC United leader Kevin Falcon, and volunteer coordinator for the 2021 federal election in the riding of Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam. She is also a CJPAC fellow and writes for Campus Reform in the States. Currently she is finishing up her degree while working as an associate at Jenni Byrne+Associates. After graduation, Sally hopes to spend some time and improve on her french speaking skills through programs offered in Quebec.