A bit about me
I'm a thinker, speaker, writer, consultant and creator of ideas. I have a passion for telling interesting stories that help to illuminate and improve the world we live in. I am trained as a lawyer, and attended the University of Toronto for law school, where I earned a J.D. alongside a M.A. in Criminology. I practiced for several years at a large Bay Street firm, before leaving law to pursue my Ph.D. at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management. As a writer, I am best known for my viral essay, "Black on Bay Street", which appeared as the cover story for the Globe and Mail in November, 2017. I have bylines in The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Maclean's, and The National Post, amongst others. At Rotman, my research focused on the intersection of gender and parenthood in workplace relationships. Thank you for stopping by to learn a little about me and what I am passionate about!