My hero is Nelson Mandela. He found a peaceful way to change racist hearts and minds, bringing hope and freedom to the racially segregated and oppressed people of South Africa.
I grew up on a farm and a lesson from mom was to, “Grow what you eat and eat what you grow.”
The one thing I want to accomplish before I die is, ‘to have a song I’ve written recorded by a famous musician’.
The first concert event I ever went to was Foreigner at the The CNE and I went with my girlfriend (now my wife)!
The greatest risk I ever took was when I quit my executive job with the intention of using my skills and passion to help people.
My favorite meal involves barbecued meat and my favorite snack food is popcorn.
The one thing that I would like to accomplish at The Journey is bring joy to every person in the community.
I work at The Journey because I love the people.
The Journey Neighbourhood Centre has had to all but close our doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been a difficult time for all of us in our community. The Journey has undertaken a few initiatives to try and make a difference:
We continue to check our email and periodically phone messages. So, do not hesitate to contact us. Our door may be locked, but we are still here!