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Anthonia Ogundele, planner, resilience professional, and founder of Ethọ́s Lab which empowers youth to transform community and shift culture by providing an inclusive approach to STEM education.
Ogundele has a passion for cities and engaging communities and was a member of the Northeast False Creek Stewardship Committee, igniting the launch of the Hogan’s Alley Land Trust, and later the Hogan’s Alley Society. In 2016, she turned a storefront facing closet on Carrall Street into the Cheeky Proletariat: an accessible and inclusive space that fosters free expression of all People. Inspired by her teenage daughter, Anthonia founded the Ethọ́s Lab, a non-profit social enterprise that leverages culture as a vehicle to access STEM exploration. Youth ages 13-18 have access to emerging technologies and a vibrant community of innovators. Ethos Lab advocates for access to the tools and Skills youth members need to create the future they want through their collaborative online platform and physical space.