Erin Kang - Founder, Podcast Co-Host

Erin is a passionate storyteller, event producer, social entrepreneur, & city-builder local to Toronto who sometimes dabbles in writing, improv, jewelry-making, & art.

Through her professional work at the Centre for Social Innovation and personal endeavours her goals are always to connect the right people to each other to collaboratively tackle issues, empower Torontonians to increase civic engagement and fight systemic oppression, and use creative arts to drive positive change and strong, resilient communities. Erin is the co-founder of Turnout Toronto, a civic engagement fair designed to showcase the work of dozens of opportunities for civic engagement and participation, and founder of CSI Pop Up Markets that showcase the work of Toronto's artists, entrepreneurs, and social enterprises.  Erin is a firm believer in the power of storytelling to achieve social change, and shaking up who gets to share and consume such stories. Read more on LinkedIn here

 

 

TK MAtunDA - PODCAST Producer & Co-HOST

TK Matunda is a multimedia journalist interested in exploring issues of race, gender, immigration, and arts & culture through podcasting, data and personal narratives. She has been a contributor at CBC News, rabble.ca and Bitch Media. 

 

 

 

 

Daryn Caister (Green Majority Media) - Videographer

Daryn is the owner of Green Majority Media (2013), as well as volunteer host and director of the Green Majority radio program on CIUT 89.5FM (2007). Daryn started his environmental career as a volunteer with a local radio program The Green Majority as a news reader for the weekly educational program in 2007.  Read more here.

 

Sean DeCory (Sean DeCory Photography) - Photographer

Sean DeCory is a Photojournalist/Storyteller/Artist based in Toronto, ON. He has worked for and/or been published in: The Grid, National Post, Toronto Star, Getty Images, The Dominion, Toronto Media Co-op, Blog TO, Belvedere Vodka, Moet Champagne, Hennessy Cognac, Beat Route Magazine, Belleville Intelligencer. Read more here