Andray Domise is a Toronto-area columnist, and Director of Communications for the Black Business Professionals Association

Marcus "Roi" Medford is poet, journalist, photographers-assistant and radio-show host from Toronto. Marcus studied journalism at the University of Toronto. Marcus has written for numerous publications including the The Underground, the Toronto Observer and New Canadian Media. He has performed his poetry at multiple venues in Toronto including The Art Bar, TEDxUTSC and has published one collection of poetry, "Book of Mars."

You can check Marcus out on Twitter: @marcus_roi

Natalie Comrie has been providing therapeutic counselling services to children, teens, adults and families for over 15 years. Known for her commitment to relationships, she strives to create safe, nurturing and positive interactions in which individuals can be supported while reaching their full potential.

Born in Dartmouth, NS, Bob Dawson excelled in baseball, basketball and hockey. On the latter, he attended Saint Mary’s University in Halifax in 1967 and became the “first black” to play in the Atlantic Intercollegiate Hockey League.

Nene Kwasi Kafele is the co- founder and current chair of the Health Equity Council, an umbrella group of health focussed representative in the GTA focused on advancing anti-oppression, anti-racism, equity, access, inclusion, institutional accountability, cultural competence in clinical care and public policy advocacy in relation to health and marginalized populations. 

Chantelle has founded and co-founded many small businesses, as well as consulted various small business start-ups and existing small and medium sized businesses. While studying Business Administration and Management at Centennial College in Toronto, she started utilizing her business skills to assist small business owners with bookkeeping and other services.

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