Davy-Anthony Sabourin (he/him), of Jamaican and French-Canadian heritage, is an award-winning federal public servant, human rights advocate, and community builder.

With over six years' experience within the Federal Public Service, Davy has occupied key roles related to privacy law enforcement, stakeholder relations, and policy. He has had investigative, analysis, advisory, and management roles in the areas of privacy rights, anti-racism, equity, diversity, and inclusion. Prior to joining the federal government, Davy served as a mental health and addictions counselor.

In his spare time, through his community involvement, he fulfills his passion of being an educator, convener and bridge builder between individuals, groups and communities, particularly on 2SLGBTQ+ issues, anti-racism and mental health.