The Halifax Chamber of Commerce presents-561 Jobs: Increasing African Nova Scotian Employment Opportunities. A deep conversation about the current state of the African Nova Scotian Employment in Nova Scotia. It will also include a discussion on the opportunities that lays within for employers.
One of the panelists of this event is Bradley Daye, the Co-founder and CEO of Placemaking 4G. Daye was born and raised in Halifax and he is a community leader, coach and member of the African Nova Scotian community with deeply rooted history in NS. He has 12 years of combined professional coaching and business management experience that being said, everything is guided by the values he lives by, and Bradley lives by Compassion, Community and Love.
Another is Ashley Hill who is the founder and executive director of The Prep Academy. The creation of programs and services that will help students access and navigate resources and experiential learning opportunities is her goal. Ashley currently serves on the Advisory Council at the MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning and on the board for The Futures Program. She dedicates her time to helping students discover their full potential and gain opportunities to explore their leadership abilities.
The co-owner and creative director of Fumes Rolling Papers Incorporated, Treno Morton, is also one of the panelists. He is also a research analyst at Inspiring Communities which holds a vision of building relationships, skills and experimentation to change systems rooted in inequity. His goal is to use his education to help counteract the gentrification he has seen plaguing not only his own community, but countless other black communities across Canada.
David Upton is also a panelist in this event. He is the CEO of Common Good Solutions. He is a committed social entrepreneur who is passionate about social change and using business as a tool to strengthen communities by helping to build capacity within the social innovation and community-based enterprise ecosystem on a regional, national and international basis.
For more details visit https://business.halifaxchamber.com/events/details/561-jobs-increasing-african-nova-scotian-employment-opportunities-3637?calendarMonth=2021-12-01
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