Janine Stowe is the Design Manager for the #MakeItAwkward Summit. She creates visual representations of the team’s’ thoughts.
Jesse Lipscombe is the co-founder and co-executive director of #MakeItAwkward. Since its launch in 2016, Jesse has travelled around the country teaching audiences of all demographics how to safely and positively address discrimination, representing the … Read More
#MakeItAwkward is thrilled to announce its affiliation with Kidz First Canada — our official charitable partner. Kidz First Canada — a Vancouver-based organization chaired by Edmonton native Mark Mahl — is committed to assisting and … Read More
#MakeItAwkward is excited to have Air Canada on board as the Diamond Sponsor for the #MIA Inclusivity Summit in February 2018. Air Canada is committed to being inclusive to all, and #MakeItAwkward is proud to … Read More
The City of Edmonton continues its support of #MakeItAwkward by sponsoring 100 students to attend the #MIA Inclusivity Summit in February 2018. #MakeItAwkward and the City of Edmonton will work together to select students from … Read More
#MakeItAwkward is proud to announce that Jane Elliott will be speaking at the 2018 #MIA Inclusivity Summit in February 2018. Elliott, who has appeared on Oprah, is a former third-grade teacher known for her famous … Read More
#MakeItAwkward is thrilled to announce our official Media Sponsor for the #MIA Inclusivity Summit is Avenue Edmonton. Avenue highlights the best the city has to offer, whether it’s the best new restaurants, creative design, events … Read More
#MakeItAwkward is excited to announce that Scaachi Koul will be the Summit’s Thursday night keynote speaker. Koul is a Culture Writer at BuzzFeed News and the author of the bestselling book One Day We’ll All … Read More