Meet the 2015 Toronto Emerging Innovators

Meet the 2015 Toronto Emerging Innovators

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What can you learn from an entrepreneur who is turning plastic waste into currency, or an innovator who is tapping the power of the cleaning industry for youth development? A whole lot actually.

 

Follow the stories of these and other young social change agents part of the 2015 Class of Emerging Innovators in our Toronto Boot Camp.

 

Aniqah Zowmi, The ReConnect Movement

Location: St. Catharines, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Ashley Wiles, Sole Girls

Location: Vancouver, BC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Candice Mazzoleni, The Second Line

Location: Montreal, QC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Christina Marchand, Save the Mothers

Location: Ancaster, ON

Place of Impact: Uganda

 

Donn Eric Pasiliao, STEAMLabs

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Eric Termuende, Gen Y Inc.

Location: Calgary, AB

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Erin Millar, Discourse Media

Location: Vancouver, BC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Jessica Ho, SparkGig

Location: North York, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Johnson Fung, The Grammaticus

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Jonah Brotman, Hult Impact Fund

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Lars Boggild, Finance for Good

Location: Toronto, ON/Calgary, AB

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Linda Sarvi, Zenith Cleaning

Location: Toronto, ON/Montreal, QC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Marc Soberano, Building Up

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Marine Bonnell, La Route des Possibles

Location: Montreal, QC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Maxwell Tran, Ink Movement

Location: Mississauga, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Rachel Friesen, EyeCheck

Location: Kitchener, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Rashmi Patel, NWES

Location: Fort Smith, NWT

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Shaharris Beh, HackerNest

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Shaun Frankson, The Plastic Bank

Location: Vancouver, BC

Place of Impact: Canada

 

Terrence Ho, Equal Grounds

Location: Toronto, ON

Place of Impact: Canada

 

 

Editor's Note: Want leadership advice tailored specifically to the needs of early-stage social innovators? Then visit the Emerging Innovators webpage and follow #amexleads on Twitter.

 

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There are so many inspiring stories from which we can learn how to utilize our skills. Utilizing waste to make new things for usage and it also helps to make environment better.

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