Athletic adaptability paying off for young CEO.
Edgar's athlete's mindset of agility and adaptability came in handy for tech fitness CEO during Covid.
Black dietitians demanding diversity.
Rosie is being heard loud and clear in the nutrition space.
Toronto Black Policy Conference creates new conversations
Since our conversation in the summer of 2020, The Canadian Black Policy Network successfully launched on August 1, 2021. The new non-profit organization also launched its inaugural Executive Committee and a summary report of the 2019 conference in December 2020.
From Hamilton to Howard; making history along the way.
Ryerson's first Black woman to become Student Union President achieves her Masters from Howard University
Tiffany strategizes self-sustainability
We spoke with Tiffany back in July. Since our conversation she has transitioned into new roles both as a Executive Lead, Public Engagement & Communications for the Peel District School Board, and as Mother, currently pregnant with baby.
Eglinton West gains some progress.
Youth led organizing, years of advocacy, and right timing leads to the official recognition of Eglinton West as a Heritage Hub.
Black Business Owner Aims for Unity.
Jodi-Ann has always had big goals of unification; 2020 only strengthened them. We spoke with her in September to learn more about how she was moving through the pandemics.
Director aims to see Philanthropy informed by data.
Philanthropy, like many other Canadian industries, lacks representation and misses out on the chance to truly provide supports to people in need. Orville Wallace encourages leaders to look at the data.
Dr. Natasha Williams imagines a world that’s more well.
We spoke with Dr. Williams back in July to learn more about her planned response to the shifts in public discourse and consciousness. She was occupied then, and she remains equally occupied. Learn more about her journey.
The Great Humbling.
The Great Humbling is a series about victory and growth amidst one of the most intense moments in our history. We spoke with Black Ontarians during the year about the ways they are navigating this time professionally and in some