Kevin Hua is a 21-year-old university student and the son of Chinese immigrants who has been a lifelong resident of Stittsville where he grew up and lives with his family in Timbermere. He has served as the federal NDP candidate in Stittsville in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections, first running as one of the youngest candidates in 2019 at 18 and going toe to toe against Pierre Poilievre twice.
Kevin is entering his 4th year studying Public Affairs and Policy Management with a specialisation in Public Policy and Administration (Social Policy) and a minor in Law at Carleton University. During his studies at Carleton, he was also a staff writer for the Kroeger Policy Review, writing policy briefs and opinion pieces on public policy issues affecting Canada and the local community.
Kevin is currently working in a co-op position in the public service with Service Canada and has previously completed a co-op placement in the public service again with Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada. He has also volunteered with and worked as an Office Secretary in the OCSB’s International and Indigenous Languages Program as well as having volunteered with Around the Campfire, a local organization that provides fun and supportive socialization experiences for neurodivergent youth.