With an identity shaped by roots in both Canada and Jamaica, Angelica Lambert has always navigated the world from a place of mixed-ness. Through self work, she has fostered a belief that in the points of intersection (or shades of “grey”) we are able to depolarize and connect binaries, not only within ourselves, but with all life forms that make up our environment. This belief led Angelica to spend the last decade living, studying, and working at the community and systems level in social spheres throughout Canada and abroad. In exploring the human condition and community connections in diverse environments, Angelica has learned from teachers in countless forms. The synthesis of these teachings have provided a unique vantage point into various systems and awareness of the power in structures. Now on a journey to learn how natural and synthetic systems are designed, Angelica is discovering the ways in which interdependent macro patterns are reflected in our unique microcosms and internal structures. She believes this is a pathway to reimagine and restructure the systems that form our reality.

Join Angelica, Joshua, Dwight, and syma for the three part session series, Learning Boldly: Transforming Inclusion from the Inside Out:

  • Session 1: Thursday, November 19 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
  • Session 2: Thursday, November 26 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
  • Session 3: Thursday, December 3 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am