Jonathan Clodman (BEd ‘19, MEd ‘20) is an educator and one of the four innovators behind Vaccine Hunters Canada. He holds three degrees from York, a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Honours Psychology, a Bachelor of Education, and a Master of Education (MEd). Since stepping back from his role at Vaccine Hunters Canada, Jonathan has been concentrating on his position as a full-time elementary school teacher.
Manfred Von Vulte (BEd ‘12) is a grade 8 teacher at St. Leo Catholic School in Brooklin and the Director of the Comic Book Project Canada. He holds three degrees from York -- a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours History, a Bachelor of Education (BEd), and a Master of Arts (MA). Von Vulte recently received $5,000 to create an animation studio as one of six schools in Ontario to win a $5,000 prize from the Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan (OTIP).
Mikhaela Gray-Beerman (BA '14, MEd '18), one of York’s Top 30 Changemakers Under 30, is an anti-trafficking advocate, researcher, and educator, as well as a non-profit consultant. The work she does is informed by the many inspiring women and girls who have entrusted their stories with her.
York University alumna Darcie Sutherland has been appointed to the role of Principal of Inclusive Schools and Community Services: Dismantling Anti-Black Racism Strategy at the York Region District School Board (YRDSB).
In the media: 'I do little finger stretches sometimes': Toronto man juggles Vaccine Hunters and full-time teaching
Thousands of Canadians are receiving crucial vaccine information thanks to an online group of volunteers.
Jonathan Clodman, 26, is one of four official members behind a grassroots Twitter page called Vaccine Hunters Canada.
For York University alumni Ryan Fuentes (BSW ’17) and Jonatan Fuentes (BA ’14, BED’15, MEd ’20), growing up in Rexdale meant that a post-secondary education wasn’t the obvious path either would take.
Farhad Mordechai Sabeti (BSc ‘08, BEd ‘08, MEd ‘12) always knew he wanted to pursue a career in education. The York University alum is currently the Executive Director at The […]
Amira El Masri, a recent PhD graduate at the Faculty of Education has recently been awarded two national awards: the Michel Laferrière Research Award for the best doctoral thesis by the Comparative and International Education Society of Canada (CIESC) and the George Geiss Award by the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE).
Kimberley Tavares (BA ’98, BEd ’99, MEd ’10, PhD ’14) lives by the philosophy of education for the purpose of liberation. Tavares is currently an Education Officer at the Ontario Ministry of Education assigned to the role of the Equity and Inclusion Lead for the Innovation, Design and Implementation Team.
Economist Inbal Marcovitch is not your typical education graduate. An innovative economist and strategic foresight professional, Marcovitch uses mixed research methodologies and stakeholder engagement to develop organizational systems that contribute […]