Elizabeth Moses was born in a refugee camp in South Sudan and came to Canada at the age of five. Moses discovered her passion for trades in high school when she was accidently placed into a woodworking class. Her woodworking teacher saw potential in her skills and invited her to join the FIRST Robotics Team. Moses learned to build robots and for three years competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition. In 2016, Elizabeth graduated high school and pursued the Precision Metal Cutting Pre-apprenticeship program at St. Clair College.
In 2017, Elizabeth began her apprenticeship journey working in the Tool and Mold industry. In 2019, she completed her apprenticeship and graduated from the General Machinist program. Recently, Elizabeth Moses was recognized as one Canada’s Most Powerful Women by Women Executive Network (WXN) and awarded in the CP Skilled Trades. As well, Moses is the 2021 St. Clair College – Skilled Trades Alumni of Distinction award recipient.
Currently, Elizabeth is working in automation at Harbour Technologies. Her dream is to obtain her RedSeal and become a Journeyman. In the future, Moses hopes to see more students pursuing the Trades and STEM fields.