Kesh is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School. While attending Osgoode, she acted as the Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) Program Coordinator co-managing over 135 students across approximately 70 projects. Kesh also participated in a clinical education program with ARCH Disability Law Clinic, working on several test case litigation files and law reform initiatives aimed at enhancing disability rights across Canada. Most recently she joined the Osgoode Real Estate and Infrastructure Student Association as a Director and Mentor.
Prior to starting law school, Kesh graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science (BSc). Throughout her studies, she worked with one of Ontario’s largest municipalities in their Health Services and Long Term Care Home sector to support operational efficiency, and develop effective solutions to organizational challenges. Kesh is passionate about promoting responsible innovation and has worked on several projects aimed at enhancing policy related to tobacco control, flavoured e-cigarettes, and online food delivery services.
In her free time, Kesh enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and family, travelling, and volunteering with local women’s organizations like Bharosa Support Group.
- Member, Bharosa Support Group
- Summer and School Year Program Coordinator, Pro Bono Students Canada, Osgoode Hall
- Mentor, Legally Bright
- J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2023
- Bachelor of Science with Distinction, University of Waterloo, 2019