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Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Edith Dikongué (BA ’14)

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Edith Dikongué (BA ’14)

Christine Edith Dikongué (BA ’14) is a start-up founder, innovation consultant, technocrat, global speaker and board member whose work has created 40 new start-ups in Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana and Kenya. She is also one of the youngest members of the board of directors at the United Nations Association in Canada. And she’s just getting started.

Alumni Spotlight: Miranda Baksh (BES '17, MES '19)

Alumni Spotlight: Miranda Baksh (BES '17, MES '19)

Miranda Baksh (BES '17, MES '19) is an environmental educator, public speaker, and climate action catalyst. She is Chief Executive Officer of The Community Climate Council, which she co-founded. She obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Environmental Studies where she researched the intersections between biodiversity conservation and digital science communication.

Alumni Spotlight: Anabel Maldonado (BA '11)

Alumni Spotlight: Anabel Maldonado (BA '11)

Anabel Maldonado (BA '11) is a London-based fashion journalist and entrepreneur. After a decade in the fashion industry, she founded PSYKHE, a fashion e-commerce recommendation site powered by a combination of AI and psychology. We caught up with Anabel to learn more about how she seeks to revolutionize how we shop and get dressed. Do […]

Alumni Spotlight: Racheal Awe (BA '03, MBA '17)

Alumni Spotlight: Racheal Awe (BA '03, MBA '17)

Racheal Awe (BA ’03, MBA ’17) has two young children and is chief of staff to the CEO at Canadian Tire Corporation, one of Canada’s largest retailers. She’s a high-achieving, high-performing leader, mother and mentor with a “failure is not an option” attitude. Racheal was born in Canada, raised in Nigeria then returned to Canada […]

Exploring the future of Blackness

Exploring the future of Blackness

When Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu (BA ’10) was hired in January 2020 to take the helm of Toronto’s Obsidian Theatre as its new artistic director, she had no idea how much the world would change by the time she started the job in July.

Alumni Spotlight: Stachen Frederick (BSW '13)

Alumni Spotlight: Stachen Frederick (BSW '13)

Named by the Women Executive Network (WXN) as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, Stachen Frederick (BSW ’13) has over 20 years of experience in the field of community and program development both nationally and internationally. She is the founder of BrAIDS for AIDS, and the executive director of Weston Frontlines Centre, a youth charity in Toronto.