Amira Dhalla works for the Mozilla Foundation in New York City.
Arujan is my first co-worker to have his own IMDB page. He’s a media professional, rapper, actor, producer, director and entrepreneur.
Amrita is a former Art Gallery owner, a world traveler and the Head of Marketing for CrowdRiff.
Karim Sayad is at TIFF 2017 to show his film, Of Sheep And Men.
Jackie Perez is Canada’s fastest rising television host and sports personality currently acting as the digital and in-game host for the Toronto Argonauts Football Club.
A celebrated storyteller, Mike Downie is a writer, director, and producer of numerous television shows and documentaries, as well as the co-founder of the The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund.
Marc Weisblott is the curator of Toronto’s 1236 newsletter.
On this episode, Marc and I discuss identity politics, why some people are tired of brown men falling in love with white women, cultural appropriation, white supremacy and so much more!
Simu Liu is an actor, writer, producer and stuntman. But you know him best as Jung in CBC’s hit comedy series, Kim’s Convenience.
Find Simu on Twitter at @SimuLiu
W. Ryan Dodge spends his days as the Royal Ontario Museum’s Digital Engagement Coordinator focused on digital content creation, campaign and community management, as well as building digital capacity within the institution. Experienced in building content and digital strategies that have value for communities, Ryan is particularly interested in how best to connect the physical and digital and provide visitors onsite and online with the best possible experience.
Stacey May Fowles is a Toronto-based award-winning writer. Her recent book, Baseball Life Advice, is a collection of essays that looks at everything from bat flips to the politics of booing and everything in between. Fowles currently writes about books for The Globe and Mail, baseball for Jays Nation and The Athletic, and is author of the popular weekly Baseball Life Advice e-newsletter.