Black History Month 2015 Virtual Classroom
The Power of Mentoring, Diversity and Dreaming Big
This Virtual Classroom discussion on excelling in your dream career and igniting the next generation’s spark featured highly accomplished mentors from Canada’s Black community: Rosey Edeh, three-time Olympian and TV anchor; Dr. Catherine Chandler-Crichlow, Executive Director of the Centre of Excellence in Financial Services Education; Layth Gafoor, sports and entertainment lawyer and Dr. Teela Johnson, resident in family medicine. Dr. George Elliott Clarke, poet, playwright, professor and Officer of the Order of Canada moderated this Virtual Classroom, which took place on February 19, 2015. The event included a special performance by Thompson Egbo-Egbo, jazz pianist; Shawn Byfield, renowned choreographer and dancer; and Sean Mauricette, a.k.a. Subliminal, beatboxer.