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10

May

2016

Feature: Africa Blooms Globally Expands The Pride Of African Design

Blooming Soyinka, founder and CEO of Africa Blooms, a MasterCard Foundation Scholar and graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business sits down with RAMP 1885 to talk about the future of apparel in Africa, her favourite African designers and explore her vision for a soaring Africa. – See more at: http://ramp1885.com/africa-blooms-expands-african-design-pride-globally/

02

May

2016

UBC MCF Scholar – Sharon Shamuyaira earns 3rd Place at Chapman Story Awards

The Chapman Story Award is an annual story competition open to current and recent participants of the Trek and Reading Week programs. The award recognizes students who have demonstrated meaningful learning and contribution to our local community.  Read Sharon’s winning  story here…

20

Apr

2016

“Does the weaker sex really have the upper hand?”

UBC MCF Alumna, Maureen Gitata, was one of four panelists on the Kenyan Television Show, Victoria’s Lounge. The topic was representative of International Women’s Day and asked the question “Does the weaker sex really have the upper hand?”  - Check it out here… http://ntv.nation.co.ke/shows/-/2720276/3092996/-/10dc6vi/-/index.html