Josie is the chief collaborator, facilitator, and strategist at I-Think. She brings together educators and leaders from diverse backgrounds to engage deeply in conversations around education and systems change. Before finding her passion in this field, Josie moved through various industries, including tech and finance. Outside of work, Josie is a yogi, foodie, and avid cook. Josie is curious about how she can help people come up with more creative ideas, more of the time.
Nogah collaborates with I-Think's partners to design learning experiences for teachers and leaders that enables shifts in their practice learning culture. In addition to facilitating, Nogah mentors educators to meaningfully engage their staff and students in problem-solving. Nogah's background is in social entrepreneurship and education. In her free time, Nogah enjoys crossfit, travelling and watching The West Wing. Nogah is curious about how we engage diverse voices in education to create system change.
As workshop coordinator, Margaryta assists I-Think in workshop coordination and logistics. She is in her third year of UofT's Journalism Program. In her "free" time, Margaryta recharges and takes care of her two hairless rats. She is curious about how post-secondary institutions can reimagine work-integrated learning experiences for students to ensure that they are accessible and valuable.
Hindia provides a helping hand as a workshop coordinator at I-Think. She is currently studying at the University of Toronto in Rotman Commerce. Hindia preoccupies herself with her love of the arts, volunteering at Humber River Hospital, and eating chocolate. Hindia is curious about the relationship between Integrative Thinking and peace - how might we apply Integrative Thinking to such a universal, yet complex and multifaceted concept, while taking into account the current events of today's world?
Mia is the storyteller and communications designer at I-Think. They collaborate with Josie and Nogah to craft narratives that capture hearts and minds. They are currently in their third year at UofT studying History and Women & Gender Studies. Mia is curious about the intersections between empathy, education, and well-being, and the bridge between activist and innovator spaces.