1. Healthy Choices - STEM
Richard Kyereboah is an established Investment Representative for wealth management group. He is a co-founder of Bantu App Inc, a beauty services discovery and booking app that connects clients to hairstylists. He also co-founded 101 Sense Inc.
Kwesi Parry Apponsah is currently a 5th year PhD candidate in computational aerodynamics research at University of Toronto. He’s the founder of KWAP Consulting Limited and co-founder/CTO of 101 Sense Inc, a Canadian startup that developed SKULADMIN which is a low cost and efficient educational software for schools in West Africa.
2. Healthy Living - Exercise for life
Brian Annin has over 10 years of experience in the sports industry as a professional soccer coach. He’s held positions within Toronto FC and several other clubs across Europe, South American, and Africa. As a mentor for at-risk-youth, Brian promotes a healthy lifestyle and sports as tools to live a meaningful and impactful life.
Jodie Glean is a Doctoral student in Education and the Education and Communications Advisor in the Centre for Human Rights at York University. In September 2016, she established REACTCanada (Race Equity Advisory Consulting & Training) in order to bring conversations on race and racism to the forefront.
Thank you to all the facilitators that came out and made this day incredible for all the youth of the Boys & Girls Club! And, as always, thank you WNCC for partnering with us once again! We can't wait for next year!