Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan
2019 – 2020 Staff
Rhonda has been working with the multicultural community in Saskatchewan for 20 years in a variety of roles. Prior to joining MCoS, she was the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Association for Multicultural Education, Youth Leadership Coordinator at the United Way of Regina and a teacher/counsellor at Cornwall Alternative School. Before moving to Regina, Rhonda taught at Reindeer Lake School in Southend, Saskatchewan.
She brings to MCoS expertise and experience in multiculturalism, anti-racism, education, youth leadership, experiential education, cross-cultural education, non-profit management, and policy governance. Rhonda has worked intensively using transformative drama with youth and adults to explore racism and discrimination and find opportunities for positive change.
She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Humanistic Studies with a concentration in International Development from McGill University; she graduated with Great Distinction. Rhonda furthered her education with a Bachelor of Education and a Certificate in Outdoor and Experiential Education from Queen’s University.
Originally from Toronto, Rhonda lives with her 12-year old daughter and their dog in Regina. Together they enjoy swimming, skiing, camping, dancing, traveling, yoga, hiking, cooking and eating foods from many cultures, as well as some of their own invention.
Rhonda can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at 306-721-6267.
Titilayo relocated to Canada mainly to reunite with her family and make it home as well. Since 2009, Titilayo has had the great pleasure of working together with many organizations in developing and facilitating multicultural events in Saskatchewan. She is currently an Executive Assistant with Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, which is responsible for promoting multiculturalism across the province.
Titilayo holds a Diploma in Marketing Management and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration, both from Olabisi Onabanjo University in Nigeria. She also obtained a Master’s Certificate in Business from the University of Regina and has attended several seminars and training sessions focusing on Administration, Leadership, Organizational Behaviour, and Strategic Management.
During her undergraduate studies, Titilayo contributed to further developing the Business Administration and Management department by executing successful Academic Planning events during her studentship for which she received a recognition award. She also received a meritorious award as the best academic female student. Upon her completion of her degree, the school awarded her as the best student in her set.
She volunteers with a number of organizations and currently volunteers as the Executive Lead on Corporate Integrity & Excellence for The AfricaNext Project Inc.
Outside of work and volunteering, Titilayo cherishes every moment spent with her family while living in Regina.
Titilayo can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 306-721-6267.
Yordanos has made Saskatchewan her home. Since her immigration to Canada in 1998 from Eritrea. She has immersed herself in education, work and volunteerism locally and internationally. Yordanos brings to MCoS a wealth of knowledge in working with youth, women and families with immigrant and multicultural organizations.
Prior to joining the team at MCoS, Yordanos gain valuable experience working at the Regina Open Door Society (RODS), in her role as Settlement Worker in Schools (SSWIS) program. As Research Assistant at the University of Regina, she was engaged in research of water governance in the Canadian Prairies and has co-authored the report: “Governing Water, Deliberative Institutions and Adaptation” (2015). As a Project Coordinator and Community Outreach Worker at the Daughter of Africa International Inc., she organized workshops for workplace literacy. At the Regina Immigrant Women Centre she was a project Assistant where she co-developed and co-authored the “Drug Education for Immigrants” manual and facilitator guide.
Yordanos holds a Master’s degree in Justice Studies and a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Business Administration Diploma from the University of Regina. Her thesis is titled “Climate Change: Vulnerability and Adaptation, A Case Study of Men and Women Farmers in Eritrea” (2014). For her field research in 2011, Yordanos spent 7 months collecting data in Eritrea. She received a scholarship from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Ottawa for this purpose. Also in 2015, she was funded by IDRC to present her findings at the International Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. Her research has been published in books.
Her community activism and leadership has earned her the rare opportunities: In 2008, as a UNICEF campus leader, she was among six Canadian university students sponsored for a UNICEF study trip to Guyana. In 2007, her involvement with Daughters of Africa International Inc., earned her the right to participate in a Women’s Empowerment and HIV/AIDS workshop in Uganda. At the same time, she followed her passion supporting the Nazareth Children’s Home in Uganda. Since 2008 Yordanos is serving as the Committee Member for the Oversea Project Review at the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC).
Yordanos can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at 306-721-6269.
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