Tiffany Callender

CEO & Co-Founder

Federation of African Canadian Economics (FACE)

Tiffany Callender is a dedicated advocate for the advancement and prosperity of the Black community in Canada. She co-founded the Federation of African Canadian Economics (FACE) in 2021, a non-profit organization primarily focused on accelerating the creation of generational wealth for individuals of African descent in Canada.

One of Ms. Callender’s remarkable initiatives is the co-development and administration of the Black Entrepreneurship Loan Fund, a significant collaboration with the government of Canada. This fund provides financial support and resources to Black entrepreneurs, fostering economic growth and empowerment within the community.

Tiffany Callender’s commitment to community development and social entrepreneurship spans decades. She has actively crafted and implemented programs that uplift and support Canada’s Black community.

Her dedication to driving positive change has not gone unnoticed. In 2022, she was recognized for her accomplishments by receiving the Ones to Watch award at the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards. Additionally, her influence and impact have been acknowledged by Afroglobal television, where she secured a spot among the 100 most influential Black Canadians. In 2020, she was honoured by MIPAD (Most Influential People of African Descent) as one of the 100 most influential individuals of African descent under 40.

Tiffany’s work exemplifies her passion for driving change, creating opportunities, and contributing to the prosperity of the Black community in Canada through initiatives that promote economic growth and empowerment.

Schedule


wednesday – 10:10am Main Stage Equality

Time Icon 20 mins

Location Icon Meridian Hall - Main Stage

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