MEET THE BOARD
Adebola Adenuga is a CHRL Business professional with a wide range of experience in IT and Business Transformation, Change Management, Organisation and HR advisory. Bola helps organizations align their strategy to HR strategy. A certified PROSCI Change Management, Bola leads Organization Design and Change Management initiatives that enable high-performing teams. Bola is a Professional Scrum Master with experience in agile implementation. Bola has a Masters Degree in Human Resources Development and International Development from the University of Manchester and various Certifications in HR, Change Management, and Agile Transformation.
was the Human Rights Director at the Ontario Federation of Labour. She has been a social justice and Labour advocate for over fifty years. Janice is a member of the board of the Ontario Federation of Union Retirees and serves on the advisory committee for the Ontario Black Historical Society’s Museum Building. Janice is a 6th generation African Canadian, whose paternal and maternal ancestors escaped slavery through the Underground Railroad and settled in Ontario. She is a mother of 5 a grandmother of 18 and great grandmother of 3. Her dad was on the executive of the Sleeping car porters Toronto chapter and her mother was a member of the Canadian Negro Women’s’ Club.
is a Parliamentary Affairs Advisor who supports federal policy making, political affairs, and policy portfolios such as diversity and inclusion, social justice, gender, youth, and human rights. Jasmine served as a student Clemency Officer at the Parole Board of Canada and is currently a Program Coordinator for the Young Diplomats of Canada. She is Chair of Communication and Government Relations with the
Durham Black History Month Committee, and is a member of the Canadian Council of Young Feminists. Jasmine holds a joint Honours Bachelor of Social Science in Philosophy and Political Science.
has over 25 years of professional experience in education, research, public relations, communications, and marketing. Jacqui has been active in the Canadian Black community for over 20 years. Jacqui is a founding member of the Jamaican Diaspora Canada Foundation and was the inaugural Executive Director of the Alliance of Jamaican Alumni Associations (Toronto). She is a member of the Black Anglicans of Canada, the Anglican Diocese of Ontario’s ABAR Pod and a board member at the Ontario Alliance of Black School Educators. Jacqui has a
Doctor of Philosophy degree at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
has mastered the technical disciplines of economics, management and law. He holds degrees in Management and Economics, and law. He has a wealth of experience in the Government Service, holding offices as Assistant to the Auditor General/Director of Audit, Legal Officer at the Ministry of National Security, and Prosecutor at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in Jamaica. For over two decades Hodine has applied his skills; working in the legal, financial, hospitality, and engineering sectors. Hodine has a Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School and currently works in the area of Family Law. He is involved in several local and international charities.
has over 15 years of management and leadership experience in Finance and Accounting roles from a variety of sectors including investment and finance, insurance, the provincial government and not-for profit. As a child, Connie saw the passion with which her family brought to their service of others, and watched as they started programs that benefited children and youth, as a place that they could be cared for and complete their education. Seeing that at a young age started a fire within her and has sought to bring similar value to her community through her work. Connie has an MBA from Laurentian University and a Certificate Human Resources Certificate for CPAs from the Human Resources Professional Association.