“Journalism exists for the vulnerable people who don’t have a voice.”
Sofia Ortega Freelance Video Journalist with Associated Press, Mexico
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“I am trying to change perception through story telling.”
Angel Moore Atlantic Correspondent for Aboriginal People’s Television Network
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“The best way to make change is to be part of it.”
Victoria Foley Director of Marketing, New England Cancer Specialists; City Councilor, Biddeford, Maine
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“Being open minded is something I carry with me from King’s.”
Angus Morgan Family Medicine Resident at University of British Columbia
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“I realized I wanted to work on some of these issues before they turned into more violence and loss of life.”
Laurel Collins Lecturer, University of Victoria; City Councillor, Victoria
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“When you are the writer you are the one birthing the project. You are creating the world.”
Chloé Hung Writer. Director. Actor.
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“I’m a teacher and a writer.”
Michael Da Silva Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Law/Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University
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“It was important for me to push my limits…to expand my comfort zone.”
Johanna Skibsrud Assistant Professor of English at the University of Arizona
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“I have always been drawn to these large, complicated, thorny issues.”
Stefan Leslie Executive Director, Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network
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“Underwater, you feel like part of the food chain.”
Alexander Mifflin Host / Writer / Co-Director / Research Director, The Water Brothers
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“When you are a journalist you write about your passion.”
Sherri Borden Colley Reporter, CBC
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“Don’t hold back on your dreams.”
Dalia Lourenço Communications Consultant, United Nations and Career Strategist
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