Dorothy Attakora is a Masters of Education student at the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in the Sociology and Equity Studies in Education program. Her passion for anti- oppression and equity work has been the catalyst for her HIV prevention and education work over the last 6 years in International settings as well as locally. As a dedicated social entrepreneur she offers the Global CIRCLE team, three years experience of running a business as the CEO and creator of mina danielle designs, an African inspired clothing line offering exclusive afrocentric creations. Nadia Kenisha Bynoe is a Toronto District School Board elementary teacher. She is a recent graduate of University of Toronto completing a Masters of Education through the department of Sociology and Equity in Education. Through her teaching practice she aims to engage learning communities in the act of social justice issues from around the world. She uses her travel experiences as learning tools to activate the global consciousness of her students and community. Suzanne Narain has completed her Bachelor of Education at York University and a Masters in Social Justice and Equity Studies at Brock University. She is currently a teacher and an activist in her local community, working with anti-poverty coalitions. Her aim is to build bridges between local and global activism, struggles and success. She has taught internationally and worked with various organizations that promote social justice. She is passionate about equity and advocates through her writing, in the classroom and in glo(cal)communities.