Meet Our Board Members

– These are the people that make Streetrich successful

Mattias Boon

– President of Streetrich and got his bachelors in teaching and social work. He has developed effective program models centered around youth empowerment and culture.

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Rupert Common

Rupert Common

– aka “Ru-Tang the Veganese Art Warrior” is a Performance Artist and Hip-Hop facilitator from Vancouver, B.C. (Un-ceded Coast Salish Territories).

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Kevin Chen

Kevin started breaking in 2010 at the Dancin’ Stars studio under Yoshi Hisanaga’s instruction until 2012. Since then, he co-founded The Haste Things dance crew with friends from high-school.

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Kevin Chen

Tommy Nguyen

Tommy found his love for the creative arts through dance, filmmaking, photography, and playing the violin. He is now making time to dance, teach, and organize events while being a full-time student at UBC.

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Tommy Nguyen
Noud de Rover

Noud de Rover

Noud aka “Noud or Never” runs his own web design & development company. His focus is to help startups, entrepreneurs, artists and non-profits succeed online. He has helped Streetrich by donating a website and is now an active board member!

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Sevrin Emnacen

Sevrin Emnacen

– aka bboy classique, has been involved in the Vancouver hip hop dance scene for over 14 years. Sevrin is now focused on using his experience to help grow the local hip hop community

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Pat Alec (Nk’yap’xn)

Pat Alec (Nk’yap’xn) is a passionate B-boy and proud Xaxli’p member of the St’at’imc Nation. His passion and focus comes from working with Indigenous communities, youth, start-ups, and non-profit organizations.

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Pat Alec (Nk’yap’xn)

Matt Wong

Matthew Wong has lived in surrey for over 20 years. Dancing since the age of 13, Matt has vigorously trained to become the B-Boy he is today.

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Kia Kadiri

Kia Kadiri

Kia Kadiri is one of Vancouver’s most respected female vocalists in the Western Canadian Hip-Hop community for almost 20 years!

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Kim Sato

Kim has been a teacher for over 30 years and is excited to be instructing a Hip Hop and Funk styles dance course at Simon Fraser University.

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Herve Pelage

Hervé is a multi-talented artist and teacher, born and raised in Paris, France. He is  a well- known Double dutch player,  a street dancer and a DJ.

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Rup Sidhu

Rup Sidhu is an interdisciplinary artist, musician, producer and composer. Specializing in vocal percussion and live looping, his sound blends the rhythms of poetry and spoken word.

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Rup Sidhu

Jessie Mann

Jessie coaches dragon boating to youth in Richmond. She also volunteers in youth events like City of Vancouver youth week and Other events around the city.

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Erick Monzon

Erick Monzon

Erick Monzon is a talented freelance designer, and break-dancer, interested in all aspects of art and is the founder of his own clothing company, Art Goes Everywhere.

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Mulalo Lawrence Sadike

Mulalo grew up in South Africa. He developed youth empowerment programs for international organizations for six years in three continents and ten languages.

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Claire Mortifee

What separates a singer from a soul singer? Undeniable musical prowess, a socially conscious lifestyle, and a message of healing and self-love that emanates through her work.

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Claire Mortifee

Omari Newton

Montreal-born artist Omari Newton is a professional actor, writer, Slam poet and MC whose work can be found on television, film, stage or radio.

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Jeff Cole

Jeff Cole

Since 2005 Jeff has been an active part of the Vancouver Skateboard Coalition. A Vancouver non-profit organization who’s mission is to act as an entity that is accessible to all skateboarders.

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Jackie Agudo

“JK-47” is an active competitor and leader in the break community. She is a performer wih the Project Soul Show Company and the Codirector of the FRA Hip Hop Community Jam.

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AFFORDABLE Drop-In Lessons

Did you know that we provide affordable drop-in lessons to youth who do not have the means to take structured classes (everything from break dancing to creative writing). The end goal is to help them discover their own voice through the hip hop platform. Contact us for more information or check out our events calendar

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