How Philanthropy Needs to Transform to Meet the Challenges of the Moment
3 Lessons I Learned as a Woman of Colour in Entrepreneurship
BIPOC women founders face economical and social barriers in addition to racial barriers when they start a business. Often times, we have to go through an added layer of dealing with this complexity as we handle day to day interactions, conversations, and relationships. Photo by Ümit Bulut on Unsplash Why wait till you learn the … Continue reading 3 Lessons I Learned as a Woman of Colour in Entrepreneurship
Changing the Narrative: media, podcasting, storytelling. What’s your story?
When we think about access to media, news, radio, and broadcasting, we often think of white, heteronormative thoughts, ideologies and voices put together to formulate our society's collective voice. This is not representative of marginalized voices; voices who have fought and spoken up about equity, peace, justice, and democracy for centuries. Voices who have fought … Continue reading Changing the Narrative: media, podcasting, storytelling. What’s your story?
Parkdale Centre 2019: a Year in Review
Take a look at Parkdale Centre's 2019, a year in review, with some program, events, and people highlights & gearing up for 2020's new year goals!
Goals Every Entrepreneur Should Reconsider in 2020
What are some of the goals you have for 2020 when it comes to your business?
Why Supporting Women at Early Stage can Increase Women in Entrepreneurship
One of the most pressing challenges of women entrepreneurs is to access the right support system, networks and mentors at early stages of business planning.
New focus. Same mission.
It's been a while since I've written on this blog. I'm excited to be back and share more of my journey here. I have a new focus now, but still on the same mission to empower and elevate people's work, and create equitable opportunities for all. Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash I stayed away from it for … Continue reading New focus. Same mission.
On Solutions-Based Thinking & Why Education Needs It
When I went into the education industry more than 10 years ago, I went into it wholeheartedly with enthusiasm, passion and excitement. The first time I stepped foot in my college as a professor I was so excited and happy to start my new teaching journey. Though sadly, I realized that my colleagues did not … Continue reading On Solutions-Based Thinking & Why Education Needs It