Future North: Redefining Success | Sudbury, Ontario
Kamilah is a first-generation university graduate who showed her five siblings that post-secondary education was not out of reach despite the barriers they faced. Her BSc (Hons) in Behavioural Neuroscience initially propelled her into working in the field of brain injury where she focused on advocacy, identifying and breaking down systemic barriers, resource navigation, and education. Kamilah is a change agent and visionary with a proven track record of designing and implementing highly effective initiatives. She is passionate about allying with marginalised populations and amplifying their voices. She interacts with all individuals through a lens of empathy and equity.
About the Project
Future North is Redefining Success for youth 15-30 years old. Youth and young adults are under immense pressure to pursue education and achieve successful careers. But what is considered successful? Is there a "right" path to achieving success? Through engaging speaking and networking events targeting various populations (BIPOC youth, youth with disabilities, youth in school, and youth going right into the workforce), Future North will demonstrate to youth that the journey to success is instead a journey in success, where the path is not defined, nor linear, but success is achieved at various points along the journey.