Rizwan Mohammad, Toronto
A graduate of the University of Toronto specializing in Islamic philosophy, Rizwan educates Canadian Muslims and the general public about Islam, and coordinates community building projects with the Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) in collaboration with a diverse array of stakeholders. His work focuses on addressing the challenges of racism, poverty, and militarism through organizing young people to engage in experimental activities to strengthen civil society. Rizwan specializes in civic literacy education, civic engagement training, and community capacity building. Connect with Rizwan via email: email@example.com.
Stephane L. Pressault, Ottawa
Growing up French-Canadian in Ottawa gave Stephane a firsthand opportunity to see the increasing diversity and multiculturalism of a city whose growth and development he is passionate about. For several years, Stephane has been an active community organizer and educator in Ottawa and across Canada. He has consulted for various national and local organizations. In 2014, he completed an MA in Public Ethics at Saint Paul University. Stephane specializes in civic literacy education and curriculum design, civic engagement training, and community resilience and capacity building. Connect with Stephane via Twitter @slpressault or on LinkedIn.