Black Professionals Career Panel

Wednesday February 17, 2021 from 12:30-1:30

St. Ignatius of Loyola is hosting a virtual career panel with Black professionals from various pathways. Our student facilitators, Ebun and Ope Coker, will ask questions about their educational and career backgrounds to gain insight into their pathways. We encourage all students to attend and participate.

Our panelists inculde:

ProfessionalCareer PathwayBiography
Yvette Miller-Monthrope, MD, MScFRCPC (Dermatology) FRCPC (Pathology)Dermatologist, Pathologist, Professor at U of T and McMasterDr. Miller-Monthrope is a mother of three,Dermatologist and Pathologist She is an assistant professor and educator at the University of Toronto and McMaster medical schools.
Neil JohnsonRisk Management, CIBCMr. Johnson has worked at CIBC for 25 years in various roles in Risk Management, Treasury and Technology.  He holds a B.B.A. in Finance from Hofstra University (New York) and a M.B.A from York University-Schulich School of Business. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM). 
Oliver-Pascal McMayoniHamilton Police & Real Estate IndustryOliver is a member of the Hamilton Police Service and serves as Special Constable in the Court Security division. He received his B.A (Honors) from Brock University after completing a dual degree in Sociology and Criminology. Additionally, Oliver works in the real estate industry as a mortgage professional for one of Toronto’s most prestigious mortgage brokerages. 
Richard H. PinnockSenior Manager, Diversity & Inclusion for Walmart CanadaMr. Pinnock’s professional experience spans Public, Private, Not-for-Profit, Education, and Professional Services sectors.He received an M.B.A. (International Marketing), at York University in Toronto after completing a Bachelor of Commerce (Entrepreneurship) at McGill University in Montréal.
Liz BekorBanking,  Legal, CommunicationsLiving and working in both Canada, the UK and Ghana, Ms. Bekor graduated from York University with a degree in Mass Communications and International Politics.  She has worked in the corporate banking sector and law in the UK and Ghana.  Now, a busy full-time Mom who is looking at dedicating her experience to supporting youth in her community.
Mark CambridgeElectrician

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