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Sandra Anin is an Author (“Child of An Immigrant”, “That’s a Great Idea- Daily Journal “and “A Key to Self Help- 30 Days of Affirmations”., Writer, Speaker, and Entrepreneur (Embody by Sandy Anin). She has been recognized as 1 of the 100 Black Canadian Women inducted as a role model in Toronto, Canada, for her community efforts, contributions, and achievements. As well, an awardee of Canada’s Top 100 Black Women to watch at the Canada, International Black Women of Excellence (CIBWE), and a nominee for the Women Empowerment Awards (2022) presented by Rogers. She is also a Director and Program Manager of Intimate Sessions a non-profit organization, created to uplift, empower, support, and build a community of females through sisterhood.
Sandra’s tireless contributions to her community hasn’t gone unnoticed. From her volunteer work, and involvement within her community. Sandra advocates for women empowerment, body positivity, children, youth, and education.
She also cultivated a second love and passion to learn and study the law. Her life-long commitment to learn the law, has led her to major in Criminal Justice Studies in college, and Paralegal.
She aspires to inspire other little women to dream big, like she did as a young woman. Her goal is to encourage women young and old through action, by letting them know that nothing in life is impossible. Go after your dreams!
Sarah is a poet and science researcher whose environmental journey began in fourth grade when she learned about the detrimental impact's climate change has on the environment. Since then, Sarah founded her school's environmental club, collected over 4500 non-perishable items to tackle food insecurity, volunteered with environmental organizations, and founded You Are the Change, an organization dedicated to raising funds for Green Schools Green Future whose mission is to build a school in Africa with green technology.
Sarah organized an environmental hackathon with workshops that had over 1000 participants to encourage youth to use technology to develop climate tech. In addition, Sarah developed a project that transforms synthetic polymers that are often thrown in landfills into a product that can be used to clean up oil spills. In addition, she conducted research on bioplastics made from food scraps. Her most recent project, a biosorbent plus polysaccharide aerogel, has won second place at the International GENIUS Olympiad.
Sarah has been named an Ontario Junior Citizen, 1 of 3 young women making a mark on climate change by The Weather Network, Nature Inspiration, and Top 20 Under 20 in the world. As a seasoned speaker, she has spoken to over 5000 individuals in over 7 countries at places like the David Suzuki Foundation, University of Toronto, Ontario Tech University, Transforming Education Summit, Ecosource, Big Data and AI Toronto, Sobeys, YOUNGO etc.
He is leader, transformational coach, entrepreneur, and visionary. Throughout his career, he consistently worked to help others succeed as managers, CEO’s, or business owners. His leadership and coaching assisted clients in exploring their hidden potential by becoming focused, people-centric leaders, harness exceptional teams and delivering remarkable performance.
He helps people survive in crisis, set clear direction, and improve behavior by identifying their purpose in life, that becomes the nucleus for growth and progression.
With 30 years in the corporate world and working for several organizations in a variety of roles, he reinvented himself as an entrepreneur. He created a Virtual Reality business that was very successful until the Covid pandemic hit which forced me to pivot to survive. He then created Hooqshot media expanding in the areas of Videography, 3D Animation, CGI (Computer generated images), Content Writing, Film Production, Streaming Services, Music videos, social media services, and Photography.
Currently he is the Project Director at Vital Management Inc. He is constantly coaching, leading, making decisions, solving problems, and love working with people looking to transform their lives. He is a believer that Leadership and Purpose is Life are two essential ingredients for success!
Rohit Mehta is the Founder and President of DoGood Fundraising.
He was appointed to a five-year term with the Grant Review Team of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and served a two-year term with the Grant Review Committee of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services’ Youth Opportunities Fund.
Prior to launching the company, Rohit personally reviewed and assessed over 300 grant applications and helped to distribute over $60 Million in funding to community-based non-profits, charities, and grassroots groups.
To-date, the company has raised $6.65 Million for its clients.
Rohit and his team have an extensive background in consulting, grant writing, and prospect research, and can help you find funding to "do good work".
The Federal Government will present Mythbusting Government Procurement: a session to learn why and how to find government opportunities, presented by Procurement Assistance Canada.
Anna Aidoo is the founder of Endless Possibilities a Charitable Organization whose focus is mainly uplifting women and girls. She is a Certified Life Coach, Talk Show Host (The Inspirational Anna Show on YouTube), A Motivational/Public Speaker and Mentor. As a speaker Anna speaks in Schools, Churches, Community Organizations, Corporate settings and wherever she is needed to bring hope and Inspiration.
Annas works to bring joy, inspiration, and success to humanity. As a Mentor she has mentored many women, young boys and girls who have gone on to become professionals and successful in their own businesses and careers. Through her 6-week program” Living Your Best Life” Anna works with clients to create a positive roadmap for their journeys in life to reach their highest potential.
Daniel is a marketing advisor, brand strategist, founder and mentor making a positive impact.
Daniel is a creative actively supporting innovative projects that have a positive impact, and making things happen for businesses and young changemakers. He is the recipient of the 40 Under 40 Award in 2018.
After earning a degree in Graphic Design at OCAD University, he completed a certificate in Digital Strategy & Communications Management at the University of Toronto. He is also a Certified Brand Strategist, and a member of the Canadian Marketing Association’s Non-Profit Council.
Daniel founded creative agency Now Creative Group in 2013, which was acquired by King Street Media in 2021. As a Partner and Director of Strategy at King Street Media, Daniel works with a team of creatives and marketers to support entrepreneurs, brands and nonprofits. Clients range from startups to TELUS, and the agency has received a Social Good Design Award, a Business Excellence Award and a Canadian Marketing Association Award. The agency has also partnered to launch CreatorClub, a content studio and marketplace for creators.
Daniel is passionate about helping others to create social change. After travelling to developing countries as a student, he founded a nonprofit organization to help children in the developing world receive an education and to empower local youth to become leaders. Today, ACCESS supports youth who are creating their own projects and organizations for positive social change, and offers mentorship and grants as The ACCESS Fund, hosting Bright Ideas Pitches. Daniel is also part of DoGood Fundraising, a social enterprise that provides grant writing services and consulting to help nonprofits and charities increase their impact.
Daniel has spoken at a variety of events, conferences and workshops within the Toronto startup scene and non-profit sector. He has also mentored students from high school to postsecondary on starting their own initiatives, businesses and careers.
Rev. Eddie Jjumba is a servant leader. An African Canadian born in a small village called Kigasa, Masaka, Uganda. He is the husband of one wife and father of three. He is a Christian man with a heart given to serving God's people. An ordained Minister who enjoys playing volleyball and Taekwondo.
Rev. Jjumba holds a Master of Divinity-Clinical Counseling from Tyndale University, Canada. A Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) from Makerere university, Uganda. A Post Graduate Diploma-Autism & Behavior Science, from Seneca College, Canada. Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE-Level 1), Knox College, University of Toronto. He is an Authorized Child Protection Worker (Ontario).
He is completing certification as a registered Psychotherapist in Ontario. He has solid experience/expertise of diagnostic and treatment modalities in a culturally diverse community, clinical experience in integration of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques, Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Family Systems Theory and inter-generational trauma.
He is the Senior Pastor (volunteer) of Dominion Church International-Toronto, an affiliate of Pentecostal Assembly of Canada. A community Church dedicated to cultivating active Christians who will continue making a positive difference in lives of all God's people from all walks of life.
Away from the pulpit, Rev. Jjumba is also actively employed in the social work field for over 16 years now, working with marginalized individuals/families in Canada and Uganda. He is passionate about finding the best in every human person.
He is committed to promoting interfaith dialogue to maximize the potential for development that comes from working together. He believes unity doesn't require uniformity.
He has more than 10 years of Commercial Banking & Credit Granting Experience. 20 years’ experience as a Business & Financial Management Consultant; have assisted small and medium sized businesses in resolving operational challenges. Forte in analyzing complex Financial Statements, Budgets, Business Plans, etc.
Appeared innumerable times on popular TV & Radio Programs as a Subject Matter Expert. Presented several seminars on Audit Compliance, Record keeping, Client Account Rules.
Subsequent to formal Professional Mediation training at York University in 2011, have participated in a variety of mediations – both solo and as a co-mediator.
During 20 years’ practice as a Business & Financial Management Consultant,
have had innumerable opportunities of mediating complex Commercial Disputes.
During 20 years’ practice as an Immigration Consultant, have provided client settlement services which invariably involved diverse mediation opportunities.
Operated as a Licensed Canadian Immigration Consultant for more than 20 years and have provided trust-worthy immigration & citizenship services to local and overseas clients. Former National Treasurer of Canadian Assn. of Professional Immigration Consultants.
Richard Lwasa is the Executive Director of RichtCan Immigration Consulting Inc.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) majoring in accounting, and a Master of Arts (Educational Management) from Makerere University. Also, Richard studied Behavioral Science and graduated from Loyalist College, Belleville Ontario, Canada.
He completed and obtained a Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law and Policies from CDI Collage, he met stringent educational standards and attained the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), and he is a member of good standing of College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC).
Malik has a Ph.D. degree in Human Resource Management, and completed his post-doctoral fellowship from TELUQ University Canada, in which he worked on three research projects i.e., performance and well-being measures for Canadian nurses, role of innovation towards accountants’ performance enhancement and examining the impact of the use of big data analytics on Canadian auditors’ behavior.
His experience spans over 18 years consisting of college and university teaching, training and consultancy. He has been teaching the courses of human resource management, organizational behavior, employee relations, leadership, recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management, human resource development, and human capital management research methods at under-graduate, graduate and post-graduate levels.
Currently he is teaching human resource management and other business courses at Toronto School of Management, Niagara College of Technology, and Fleming College Toronto. Prior to this, he has been teaching the course of Human Resource Planning (OBHR 4P94)at The Goodman School of Business, Brock University and HR and business courses at Can-Aims Career College.
Moreover, He is involved in curriculum design and development, evaluation of student performance, students’ counseling, and developing & launching of multiple Business and HR professional courses. In the past, He also served at Bearing Point Inc., as ‘Management Consultant’ on its mega projects across different industries.
He has been involved in specialized training of leadership, human resource management, entrepreneurship, and teaching pedagogies from various hierarchical levels of different organizations.
As researcher, he has 19 research publications as author and co-author in different highly reputed journals and his 6 publications are in review process with high quality international research journals.
Paul Stevers is a serial cleantech and social entrepreneur, a Canadian engineer and inventor. After graduating from the University of Waterloo engineering program in Ontario, Canada, Paul launched his entrepreneurial career by co-founding an environmental business in 1984 called Impax Incorporated.
In 1992, he joined a US-based company called Bio-Oxidation Inc. to
lead the development of a new medical waste processing technology, which
became the next generation of a system he had created with Impax Incorporated.
In 2010, he founded Think Renewables, Inc. (ThinkRenewables.com) in the US to develop a series of computer-related products that are designed to operate in challenging environments such as Afghanistan and parts of Africa.
In 2018, he co-founded Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN.org), which facilitates investment in climate solutions and supports initiatives to encourage action on climate change.
In 2022, he founded Integrated ClimateTech (iClimateTech.com), which integrates complementary technologies to maximize climate impact in a profitable way. In addition, it is working with a network of organizations to combine solar-powered irrigation with free educational resources to increase food security and education in Africa, especially for girls.
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