S-Quire has been developing and implementing social justice focused pro- grams and initiatives within community agencies, for-profit businesses and educational institutions since 2012. Sourcing anti-racism/oppression frameworks, popular education techniques and multi- media resources, his work showcases his passion for diversity and inclusion, cultural identity aware- ness, empowering youth voices, and strengthening healthy families. He has conducted numerous anti-oppression and anti-racism presentations for the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, where healso serves as Community Advisory Committee Co-Chair. As a facilitator at Harmony Movement, a diversity education organization, S-Quire has developed and delivered engaging programs for stu- dents, teachers and administrators in the education sector focused on equity, anti-racism and healing through storytelling, and has traveled extensively to deliver workshops and has also trained private and public sector professionals. S-Quire has served as the Program Coordinator at Young and Potential Fathers, a culturally responsive family service agency that operates Ujima House, the first and only father-focused family resource centre in Canada. He has studied Administration and Information Management at Ryerson University, and holds a Certificate of Facilitation.