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Are you a millennial looking for solutions to feel motivated and committed at work? Looking to find purpose and fun in your daily 9-5? Need strategies to develop self-awareness of your own skills, talents & values? Ready to invest in yourself and develop your confidence level? This is the workshop for you.
Aisha Azba Amijee, BA, MEd is an award-winning community educator, speaker and leader. She is the founder and Executive Director of the Voices of Muslim Women Foundation. She also teaches Women’s Leadership among other courses in Policy Studies and Interdisciplinary Expressive Arts at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. She obtained her first degree from UBC in 2010 and her Masters in Education: Justice, Law & Ethics in Education: Curriculum and Instruction form SFU in 2016.
You can usually find Aisha in a state of excitement, chaos, and bliss surrounded by her three children, husband, and many careers as an activist, community educator, and leader. With a love for books, learning, and good coffee, you can find Aisha meeting new members of the community in every corner of the lower mainland or planning new adventures to travel the globe.