Canada’s Black Community Coming Together

Hello Beautiful People!

My husband and I had the pleasure of being Presenters at the first Black ‘Fruits’ Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Business Affair 365, in conjunction with the Educational Foundation for Children’s Care Canada, under the leadership of the President, Pauline Christian. This extraordinary event was held on Sunday, March 18, 2018, where an intellectual explosion of ideas amongst the Black Business Entrepreneurs who gathered at the expo.  The primary focus of this event was (1) Black History as it relates to S.T.E.M and (2) Restoration of the Black economy (Pauline Christian).

The afternoon was energetic, insightful, empowering and inspirational as the Black Business Community  set the manifesto on how to “develop strategic, sustainable and  viable measures and priorities that will create economic pathway for Blacks, especially our youth to thrive and prosper,”  (Pauline Christian).

 

 

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Vanessa Ferguson Kellman, Black Entrepreneur & Presenter with Pauline Christian, President of Educational Foundation for Children’s Care Canada

 

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Vanessa Ferguson Kellman, Black Entrepreneur & Presenter with Keynote Speaker, Almas Jiwani, President, United Nations Women Canada National Committee and CEO of Frontier

 

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Vanessa Ferguson Kellman with Kelvin Kellman, Black Entrepreneurs, and  Presenters at the first Black ‘Fruits’ Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Affair 365

 

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Kelvin Kellman, Owner & CEO of Kelvin Kellman Developments, Presenting at the Black ‘Fruits’ Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Business Affair 365

 

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Dr. Daviceto Swaby, SDA, Apple Creek – Cutting the ceremonial ribbon for the first Black “Fruits’ Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Business Affair 365

There you have it Beautiful People! The Black ‘Fruits’ Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Business Affair 365 in conjunction with the Educational Foundation for Children’s Care Canada.

Thank you ever so much for stopping by the blog! I appreciate you dearly.  Now, go on and be empowered, and make a change.

Vanessa Ferguson Kellman, MBA, BSc. is President and Founder of Studio 67 Makeup Artistry and The Etiquette Institute

Vanessa is a MAC Cosmetics Pro Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Canada’s Black Community Coming Together

  1. V am so proud of you and the wonderful work that you continue to do keep it up. Your name will soon be on billboards around the world 🌍

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  2. Hello Vanessa I’m just getting too view this article my email was down for a while amazing story keep up the good work

    On Mon, Mar 19, 2018, 9:35 PM white SAND & YELLOW diamond wrote:

    > The Bahamas’ Beauty! posted: “Hello Beautiful People! My husband and I had > the distinct pleasure of being Presenters at the first Black ‘Fruits’ > Embrace S.T.E.M for Change – A Black History Business Affair 365, in > conjunction with the Educational Foundation for Children’s Care Canada” >

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