Phyllis MANNING Creighton ’47

A voice for global change and social justice

Phyllis MANNING Creighton ‘47 is a passionate advocate for mental and reproductive health care, social justice, peace and the environment.

Phyllis MANNING Creighton ‘47

I don’t expect I’ll give up questioning until my voice is silenced.
Named to the Order of Ontario in 2012, Phyllis has chaired the Ontario Mental Health Foundation and the Addiction Research Foundation’s clinical institute, and was made a Canon of the Anglican Church, a high honour rarely bestowed upon a lay person. A member of the Raging Grannies and BSS history teacher, Phyllis has dedicated her life to improving the world for us all in the most profound and important ways.