Evio Community — Work

Sara Moncrieff: A Journey Through Self Love

If you walked into a room filled with strangers, chances are you would gravitate towards Sara Moncrieff. She has a very special type of energy that if you walked into a room filled with strangers, chances are you would gravitate towards Sara. In this interview, she talks about her powerful journey through self love.

Diana Olsen, Founder + President of Balzac’s Coffee Roasters

An interview by Be The Next Her with Diana Olsen, the founder, and president of Balzac's Coffee Roasters. Read more on her challenges in the industry as a woman, her inspirations, and more!

Storytelling and The Future of Work: 5 Skills You Need To Explore

There’s no question that today’s job market – and the skills we need to remain competitive – have changed dramatically and continues to change every single day. Many of us work in jobs that far different from those of our parents and grandparents – and perhaps, we’re currently in a field that we didn’t even know existed when we were growing up. 

Devery Jacobs: Standing Up For What She Believes In

This young actress (seen starring in the current season of CTV's Cardinal, the new season of America Gods and the new Netflix Original The Order) is the queen of doing the right thing, handling lemons with grace, and standing up for what she believes in.

Digital Diversity: Together We Can Improve Tech for Everyone

It’s a no-brainer that technology should be informed by the audiences that use it, and that includes women, girls, and non-binary folks of all races, ages, sexual preferences, and abilities.  Coding and digital skills have become an important part of many industries, it’s not just for developers.

Courtney-Anne Craft & Amber Stafford: Founders of Garden Party

C.A & Amber Stafford are the founders of Garden Party which provides horticultural services from full residential garden design, to maintenance, to indoor and storefront greenery, with a focus on pollinator-friendly and native plants.

Farah Nasser: Co-anchor of Global Toronto

Ten years ago Farah Nasser was offered the opportunity of a lifetime, one that would have her moving to the US and anchoring a high profile job. Through an extensive career that has had her reporting globally, Farah believes it’s through “traditional media to be a voice for the voiceless.”

No, Moms, The Gender Pay Gap Is Not On Us

That’s one of the enduring myths about the disparity between male and female earnings — that it primarily results from women’s choices to structure their careers around having children. Or because they choose careers in less lucrative fields than men.

Artist Jessica Gorlicky on Creativity, Confidence and Cannabis

For Jessica Gorlicky, a typical day might include turning cartwheels across a New York City crosswalk, painting in an impromptu studio outside Miami’s Fontainebleau hotel, or spending two hours getting body painted for a performance in Montreal.

Ameera Ladak: Forecast Analyst & Founder of Surviving By Living

Four years ago I launched a personal blog about mental health, which has reached over 25,000 people in over 85 countries, and since then I’ve worked on two mental health conferences, piloted a university fundraiser, started two awareness and advocacy initiatives, and made countless speeches and presentations

Josie Dye: Canadian Radio and Television Personality

Maybe you know she’s a Canadian radio and television personality. Perhaps you know her as the one who forgot the words to our national anthem at a lacrosse game. Or both. Either way, here’s the one thing you need to know for sure: she’s an incredibly fearless woman.

Josie Dye: Canadian Radio and Television Personality

Maybe you know she’s a Canadian radio and television personality. Perhaps you know her as the one who forgot the words to our national anthem at a lacrosse game. Or both. Either way, here’s the one thing you need to know for sure: she’s an incredibly fearless woman.