Finding Equity in Quarantine

Originally posted on the Pillar Nonprofit Network website as a Guest Blog Post This past week I participated in a conversation facilitated by Pillar Nonprofit Network that focused on committing to equity and inclusion during COVID-19. Within this microcosm of change agents, the urgency of this conversation was undisputed. The inadequacies of our systems haveContinue reading “Finding Equity in Quarantine”

It’s Love, Actually: Me & the Nonprofit Sector

I suppose my first experience working with the nonprofit sector would have been in high school, desperately trying to get my 40 hours in before graduation day. But the truth is – all I really remember is picking up garbage in some park, for some cause… I may still have a t-shirt somewhere.  Not theContinue reading “It’s Love, Actually: Me & the Nonprofit Sector”

30 Years and 30 G’s Deep

I didn’t really process that I was poor until University. I remember sitting in my first year Sociology class listening to my professor speak about wage gaps, the working poor, and poverty in London. I remember thinking “Wait a second… she’s talking about us like we’re not even here.” I sat quietly, looking at theContinue reading “30 Years and 30 G’s Deep”

Give it Time to Grow…

As some of you may know, I spend most of my time surrounded by brilliant, creative and innovative people who work within the realm of community change. World Changers, I like to call them. *You can find a ton of them at Innovation Works in London, Ontario – go check it out! You won’t regretContinue reading “Give it Time to Grow…”