About Aman

Aman was born in Mississauga and is now completing his JD (Juris Doctor) at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and MBA (Master of Business Administration) at the Rotman School of Management. Prior to law school, Aman obtained his Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences with a minor in Psychology from McMaster University. He began his political journey at a very young age and has spent many years volunteering in the riding of Mississauga-Malton. During his undergraduate years, he spent a summer in Ottawa as a policy intern in the Office of the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development. After completing his undergraduate degree, he went on to work as a caseworker in the constituency office of the Member of Parliament for Mississauga-Malton. He currently sits on the board of directors of Peel Multicultural Council, an organization focused on empowering communities by educating and providing tools aimed at settlement and integration for Canadian newcomers.

At the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, he is a member of the South Asian Law Students’ Association and a JD student ambassador for the admissions office. At the law school, Aman worked as a research assistant focusing on privacy law and the legal implications of migration technology. Aman also worked part-time as a legal subject matter student at a legal tech start-up for over a year. Inspired by the ability to affect change in the community, he was nominated as one of the “30 under 30” candidates.