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In elementary school, I had three coloured gel pens that the girls sitting in my vicinity would fight over to use. In high school and university (shout out to YorkU!), I got a free agenda every year where I could jot down important notes to keep track of homework and extracurricular activities. From a young age, colour coding and keeping a schedule were very important things to me.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve really enjoyed taking on responsibilities and making sure that I’m delivering the best I can deliver. Agendas and different coloured pens were a great way to keep track of everything I wanted to get. Crossing something off my to do list has given me an irreplaceable kind of satisfaction. …


Camille Talag

Community building, social innovation, and human-centred design. Playing in the intersection of narrative, empathy, and empowerment.

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