Innisians are a fascinating bunch — they’re leaders, influencers, activists, scientists, researchers, authors, artists, musicians, environmentalists, creators — and every other occupation you can think of, and some you haven’t. See what we mean by exploring the profiles below.
What are your classmates doing now?
Ajay Heble (BA ’84 Innis, PhD ’90) is the founding director of the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI), and an English professor at the University of Guelph. Continue Reading Ajay Heble
Andrea L.K. Johnston
Andrea Johnston (BA ’02 Innis) strengthens communities using an Indigenous lens. I started Johnston Research Inc. in 2001. Neyaashiinigmiing ndojeba, Toronto ndindaa. Mikinaak dodem. I have worked full-time in the… Continue Reading Andrea L.K. Johnston
Acclaimed author Charlotte Gill (HBA ’96 Innis) mines her mixed-race heritage to pen a personal story of belonging and identity I am a teacher and bestselling author of Eating Dirt:… Continue Reading Charlotte Gill
Dawn Wilkinson (BA ’96 Innis) is an in-demand Canadian film and television director, a screenwriter and teacher, an alumna of the Norman Jewison Canadian Film Centre, and a graduate of Innis College at U of T. Continue Reading Dawn Wilkinson
A scientist and social justice activist, Ishita Aggarwal completed an HBSc (‘15 Innis) in cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, and psychology. She combines science and social justice to change women’s health for the better. Continue Reading Ishita Aggarwal
John Ota is an architect, curator, historical preservationist, member of the Culinary Historians of Canada, and the bestselling author of The Kitchen: A journey through history in search of the perfect design. Continue Reading John Ota
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