When Dillon was in high school, he consistently followed the status quo. Once he was able to step outside of his box and just be himself, his life changed rapidly. At the young age of 17, he co-founded the social enterprise PickWaste. The venture had a huge impact on the environment and was featured all over national news. He was featured on one of the Top 100 podcasts in the world – Humans 2.0 and has worked with brands such as A&W. He is now an Analyst at Deloitte Canada, an alumni of the Top 35 Under 35 Global Changemakers, as well as a TEDx and youth speaker. Dillon has shared his message with thousands of students across Canada and has recently signed with Canada’s largest youth speakers bureau – CYSB in an attempt to spread his message even further.
If you have not noticed already, COVID-19 has induced a world-wide pandemic over the past 5 months, and it doesn’t seem to be wavering. A way that we have been combating this health issue is through protecting ourselves and others is by (hopefully) wearing face masks, measuring our temperatures, and social distancing as best as […]
It’s been a tough little while for all of us. Personally, I haven’t been out of my house in a couple of weeks, but to look at this situation through a different lens, there has been some good through all the panic. With fewer people roaming the outdoors, fewer people driving their cars, and fewer […]
Over the past couple of days, I have seen nothing but the utmost respect for the Black community; it humbles me to know that I am surrounded by such a great group of individuals. Some others may have a different perspective, but nonetheless, there is an immense amount of support out there. This is a […]
Photo by Parkes Ousley for Inven Global The professional League of Legends team FlyQuest will be making their debut at the world championships, and launching their third charity campaign of the year, WorldQuest. The professional League of Legends team FlyQuest will are making their debut at the world championships, and saving the world one tree […]