Super Woman dropped out of the sky
This presentation is an honest, candid and humourous talk on time management, leadership, and work life balance. How does the every day working woman balances work, family, and their own mental health? The talk is based on Anthony’s personal life experience as a business woman, over-achiever, and former workaholic!
Diversity training for Dummies! Basic 101 of diversity training
Have you put your foot in your mouth one to many times? You know your company needs some training on cultural diversity but you get lost in all the “politically correct” terminology. You want to do and say the right thing but you just don’t know where to start! This workshop/presentation is for you! Trey will break it down in the most basic and simple terms on how to create a diverse work environment that fully supports an environment that will help your staff and company grow and be able to navigate sensitive and difficult conversation about race, class, gender, and sexuality.
What we have learned from our mothers–our biggest love and our biggest hurt
In this presentation Trey share’s insights on how she used her own personal herstory to empower thousands of women! How she used her personal life story, and turned it into a hit play and television show and now movie. How and why she created the hit theatrical productions, ‘da Kink in my hair and how black mothers say I love you. Trey speaks candidly about the act of forgiveness, healing, and reconciliation in our own family dynamics. She shares her own personal herstory of being a child of an immigrant, teenage mother growing up in Toronto Housing and discusses how she learnt to address the hurt, anger and regret in her own life, in order to thrive in her own personal life and work life. This presentation will promise to have you laughing, crying, and wanting to just call your mother!
Workshop | Creative Writing
Have you had events in your life that have made you exclaim, “I need to write my life story!” Or do you have a family history so rich and wonderful that you want to write it all down! And let’s not forget about all the family drama! Here’s your chance to learn from an award-winning playwright. Here you will learn how to weave your personal stories into your new book, play, essay, blog, or how to just write for fun! This is a very intimate workshop and we dig deep. So come prepared to share, learn, cry and laugh.
Brampton Arts Walk of Fame
Black Business and Professional Association | Harry Jerome Award in the category of Arts, Media & Entertainment
Egale Canada | Queering Black History Award