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Mentoring a 2012 DiverseCity Fellow

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

DiverseCity Fellows is a one-year action-oriented fellowship program that is inspired by a collective leadership model where leaders from all sectors work together to tackle some of the most complex issues and opportunities in the region. The program is jointly sponsored by DiverseCity (the Greater Toronto Leadership Project), CivicAction (Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance) and the Maytree Foundation.

Twenty-eight Fellows from across the GTA were selected through a competitive application process for the 2012 program. The 2012 DiverseCity Fellows are committed rising leaders with tremendous passion for the city- region and great potential to effect positive change. They are almost halfway through the one-year leadership development program. One of four components of the Fellows program is the mentoring relationship it offers. I am honored to have been invited to mentor one of the program fellows.  The 2012 mentoring program will be launched on Monday June 18 at 5:30 PM on the 40th floor of the RBC tower downtown Toronto.