Annual Black History Month. Celebrating Black Culture, Heritage and Excellence: Elevate Greatness

Annual Black History Month. Celebrating Black Culture, Heritage and Excellence: Elevate Greatness

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Hosts Evangeline Chima (Founder/Executive Director Black Mentorship Inc) and Master of ceremony Taiwo Julius (MC TJ) will be joined by Oakville Mayor - Mayor Rob Burton, and C-Suites speakers Natasha Bowman, Writer, President Performance ReNEW, Dr. Qanita Lilla Associate Curator, Arts of Africa, Queens University, Dennis Scott; Chair, Halton Black History Awareness Society (HBHAS), and our special guest of honour: Personality, diplomat, businesswoman, mother, Jennifer Hosten, the first black woman to win the title "Miss World" for our annual Black History Month event.

 

 

Our Speakers:

 

Evangeline Chima (Host)

Founder/ Executive Director at Black Mentorship Inc.

2021 Women of Inspiration Black Leader Award Winner

 

Rob Burton

Mayor of Oakville

 

 Dennis Scott

Chair, Halton Black History Awareness Society (HBHAS)

 

Taiwo Julius (MC TJ) 

Master of Ceremony

Senior Change Management Consultant

 

Dr. Qanita Lilla 

Associate Curator, Arts of Africa at Agnes Etherington Art Center,

Queens University

 

Natasha Bowman, (Keynote Speaker)

Arthur, President Performance ReNEW,

Social media influencer

 

Jennifer Hosten (Special Guest of honour)

Personality, Diplomat, Businesswoman,

Miss World 1970

 

Musical performance by Canadian Singer Gloria Gift Nankunda, a Ugandan- Canadian afro-folk-soul musician based in Toronto, Canada.

 

 

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