When they said time flies, they forgot to mention that it flies on rocket fuel. It seems like just yesterday we met for the first time to map out our vision for 2018. Now we’re already planning out how we can make next year’s programming even bigger and better.
Our amazing ELN community has made many lasting memories throughout this year, as you’ll see in the infographic below. But memories don’t change our region—you do. We hope that we helped you build endless curiosity, steadfast resiliency, useful knowledge, strong connections and leadership skills to help you address the urgent and complex challenges our region faces.
So in typical New Year’s fashion, let’s raise a toast: May we never stop learning, never stop connecting to those around us, and never stop dreaming of a better future. And our promise to you, our ELN network, is that we’re never gonna give you up or let you down.
The ELN Executive Committee
Jesse Darling, ELN Co-Chair
Mrinalini Menon, ELN Co-Chair
Mark Sam, ELN Co-Chair
Marchael Cunanan, ELN Events and Programming Lead
Alyssa Lai, ELN Communications Lead
Gerri Nakirigya Lutaaya, ELN Events and Programming Lead
Sean MackKay, ELN Communications Lead
Dilya Niezova, ELN Events and Programming Lead
Abhishek Sarathy, ELN Events and Programming Lead
Sarah Wardrope, ELN Events and Programming Lead
Oh, the memories. A year with the ELN.
January – ELN Snowcial
February – Black on Bay Street: Real Talk
March – Mind your Mentorship
April – The Passion Process
May – Provincial Youth Town Hall
June – Oh The Places You’ll Go
July – Reconciliation in Action
August – ELN Summer Social
October – 2018 Municipal Election
October – ELN Talks: The Future of Work
November – Taking Action: Impact Report 2018.