Myriam Gerber

  • July 2, 2019

Myriam is currently completing her PhD degree at Concordia University, Montreal, in History with a focus on Holocaust education. She completed her BA and MA at the University of Victoria, BC, and also holds a Graduate Professional Certificate (GPC) in Cultural Heritage Studies revia cena. She has been involved as a docent at the Vancouver Holocaust […]

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Rose-Eva Forgues-Jenkins

  • June 7, 2018

Rose-Eva first joined the Centre for Race and Culture in the role of Podcast Production Coordinator. In this role, she hosted and produced the Unheard Youth podcast which highlights the voices of newcomer youth across Canada. After the successful completion of the Unheard Youth podcast, Rose-Eva has now taken on the role of Projects Assistant/Public […]

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Reuben Quinn

  • January 18, 2017

Reuben is the Coordinator for our Nehiyaw Language Instruction program. Reuben has been working with Aboriginal youth and adults within Edmonton for 16 years. He has been a Cultural coordinator and Cree instructor for Edmonton Public Schools, Mother Earth Children’s Charter School, as well as the Edmonton Young Offender Center https://newzpharmacy.com/. Reuben grew up in […]

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Mansoureh Modarres

Mansoureh has been an educator and a researcher for over a decade and has worked in post-secondary sector and adult education as well as in the public sector and community engagement programs. Her academic work is focused on transnational feminisms, intersectionality, community and narrative studies, and storytelling. She has designed, developed and facilitated numerous educational […]

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Eugene Chok

  • January 4, 2017

After completing his Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the Texas Tech University, Eugene immigrated to Canada in search of the good life and an opportunity to develop his skills in the field of accountancy. From 1980 to 2000, he worked as an accountant in both industry and government organizations revia cena. Along the way, […]

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Elli Dehnavi

  • January 4, 2016

Elli is a university teacher, storyteller, and public educator, who has has been actively engaged in the community to raise awareness about interpersonal and systemic discrimination. She has developed adult education resources, coordinated training programs, and managed research and community-based projects. Elli joined CFRAC in 2017 as a Project Consultant and coordinated two main projects: […]

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