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Toronto Nominees

WOF 2018 - Toronto Nominees

Brenda Montgomery - Nominee for Author Award

Brenda Montgomery - Nominee for Author Award
Brenda Montgomery is a Canadian author, and teacher for others who share her passion for helping people; both living and those who have crossed over. Brenda is regarded as a seer by some native cultures, and as a psychic by those who meet her.

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Brenetha Rose - Nominee for Business Woman of the Year

Brenetha Rose - Nominee for Business Woman of the Year
Miss Brenetha G. Rose is a very creative and artistic woman with a passion to help people. Her main desire is to empower women with her spoken words, poems, songs & book(s). She is a co-author of Designers Original: A Woman’s Guide to Understanding her Self-Worth and Identity in God. (Book release date February 2018).

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Cheraldean McDonald Duhaney - Nominee for Business Woman of the Year

Cheraldean McDonald Duhaney - Nominee for Business Woman of the Year
My name is Cheraldean Mcdonald Duhaney, I am a wife and a mother of four beautiful children. I am often described as the life of the party and admired for my unique taste in fashion.

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Chervica ‘Louena’ Frederick - Nominee for Young Entrepreneur

Chervica ‘Louena’ Frederick - Nominee for Young Entrepreneur
The Brand Macano Designs and performer Louena is designed and created by Chervica Frederick, commonly known as Louena Harmon33y. Based in Toronto, Louena started designing costumes and fashion at the age of 14 which took her to places such as Calgary, Toronto, Brampton, Vancouver and various places in the Unites States.

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Denise McLaughlin-Mitchell - Nominee for Butterfly Award

Denise McLaughlin-Mitchell - Nominee for Butterfly Award
Denise McLaughlin-Mitchell founder of McLaughlin Mitchell Coaching, serves individuals committed to reaching beyond potential into abundance. As a Resilience Coach, Denise helps individuals to live out their dreams. Also an Author, award winning Toastmaster and Professional Speaker, delivering to corporate and faith-based clients.

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Divya LV Jegasundaram - Business Woman of the Year

Divya LV Jegasundaram - Business Woman of the Year
Divya LV Jegasundaram is an Internationally Certified Fulfillment Coach & Master Spirit Life Coach, Best-Selling Author (co-Authored “20 Beautiful Women: Volume 2”), Mentor, Speaker and Huffington Post contributor based in Toronto, Canada. Born and raised in Oxford, England, Divya moved to Toronto as a Bank Manager for one of the world’s largest banks where she was the youngest Bank Manager for the UK and North America.

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Kimberlee Shelley-Ajibolade - Nominee for Community Award

Kimberlee Shelley-Ajibolade - Nominee for Community Award
Kimberlee Shelley-Ajibolade is a Jamaica native, wife, minister, author, public speaker, media personality, HR professional, national delegate for Jamaica through the Diversity Advancement Network (2017–2018) and the Black Canadian Queen - Brampton (2017).

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Nakeisha Geddes - Nominee for Author Award

Nakeisha Geddes - Nominee for Author Award
Nakeisha Geddes is a Developmental Social Worker in Toronto, Canada and she is a writer and author of a memoir titled “My Crossroads” released November 18, 2017. She is vibrant inside and very engaging in her community. She organizes empowering conferences, mentorship workshops targeted at reaching the youth and women in her community.

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Nini Amerise - Nominee for Butterfly Award

Nini Amerise - Nominee for Butterfly Award
Nini Amerlise is a hardworking and self-motivated professional, who is extremely passionate about her craft as a model. She is a confident model with class, and her humility is an inspiration to many. Her characteristics are a testament that we are all created fearfully and wonderfully made.

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Palmonia Gordon - Nominee for Author Award

Palmonia Gordon - Nominee for Author Award
My name is Palmonia Gordon and my story is summarized in five words: determination, persistence, hard work, resourcefulness and positivity. I was stolen from my mom and suffered abuse at the hands of family members. Despite all that, I pressed on. I am a single mother raising 5 children, spent over 23 years at Canada Post as a letter carrier before picking up my bag to go to work one morning and realise the thought of 'going postal', really made sense.

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