On a cold winter day in December, Jey Balachandran received a call that would unknowingly change his life. Upon graduating from the University of Toronto, he followed a passion and gut instinct that would see him in sunny California working for what was, at the time, a small tech startup. Today, Jey is the Vice President and Architect of Doximity, a popular online network for health care professionals.
I wasn’t always a social butterfly. I wasn’t always this confident in front of large crowds. I don’t know how or where this confidence came from. I have been an MC and have hosted events now for over 10 years! Wow, that is almost a decade of my life! I don’t know how the time flew by […]
Krishna Leela is a charity Bharathanatya dance recital, initiated by Narththany Mahapooranan and Niruja Sivaguganathan, with a goal of raising funds for Bharathi Anbu Illam. As a result of a 26-year civil war in Sri Lanka between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Eelam, a vast majority of the Tamil population were displaced and separated from their […]
“I did not grow up thinking I would be a lawyer.” This is the last thing you might expect to hear from Malliha Wilson, Ontario’s Assistant Deputy Attorney General from 2008-2016, a litigator with an impressive career who has been serving the Ontario Government for 3 decades. But say you didn’t know about her leadership […]
Tamil inventor Vaanan Murugathas is a kid genius. At just 12-years-old, he has invented a do-it-yourself spectrometer which he’ll be taking to the Maker Festival in Toronto, to show how anyone can hack their phone to measure water quality. All you would need is construction paper, a CD, and his mobile app. His invention is […]