Dr. Ambaro Musse Guled arrived to Canada in 1991 with a degree in Medicine, specializing in gynaecology and obstetrics. She initially worked many odd jobs and volunteered in Brantford and Toronto. Since 1993, Dr. Guled has worked at Toronto’s Regent Park Community Health Centre as a Community Health Worker/Case manager helping immigrants, newcomers and refugees with settlement services, health care, accessibility and advocacy issues related to health, education, immigration, legal, and social services. She helps run programs, such as the African men’s group, advocacy for single mothers, Newcomers Homework Club for children, and adult ESL. Her hard work has been acknowledged by the Wadajir Ramadan Award (2000), Ve’ahavta Tikkun Olam Education Award (2009), Canada’s Citizenship Award (2010), RPCHC 25 Years of Service (2018), and others. She is a proud Canadian citizen, helping and advocating for people who need assistance integrating into Canadian society. Ambaro works to support individuals of all ages, regardless of their faith and culture.