Aisha Addo thrives on working to make the world a better place for women.Although she’s a graduate in Business Admin & Accounting,her true passion and dedication lies in ensuring girls around the world are provided with the guidance and resources that help them identify their true purpose and calling to reach their full potential.
Aisha founded Power To Girls Foundation, a non-profit organization to offer young girls the mentors and role models that were absent during her own youth. She is also the recipient of the Young Black and Gifted Award for Community Service and was also named a Black Diversity Group Role Model and One of 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada and among the 150 Black Women making history in Toronto. She’ll be bringing her fire, passion, and awe to the conference this year.
Isaac Olowolafe Jr
Isaac Olowolafe Jr. is an award-winning real estate broker, entrepreneur, angel investor and philanthropist. In 2016, Isaac launched Dream Maker Ventures—a private equity firm that provides mentorship and capital to small and medium sized businesses. A year later, the venture has taken off into successful heights Isaac received a Bachelor in Economics from the University of Toronto. He has received numerous awards and recognition, including a Harry Jerome Business Award, an Enterprise Business Award by Planet Africa, an Arbor Award from the University of Toronto, and many more worthy recognitions. In 2015, Isaac made a generous $100,000 donation which named the Dream Maker Realty Digital Media Experience Lab in Ryerson’s iconic Student Learning Centre. In the start of 2019, Isaac will be launching a First of a Kind, Black Tech Incubator out of a Canadian University.