Monday, May 23, 2016

Nancy Simms Honoured as One of 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women

This article originally appeared in Humber Communique on May 16, 2016



Congratulations to Nancy Simms, director of Humber's Centrefor Human Rights, Equity & Diversity, who has been included in an educational publication called 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women (100ABCWomen). 

The book documents the accomplishments of Black Canadian women in a wide range of fields, including government, not-for-profit, financial, legal, real estate, health, education, entertainment, and fine arts. 100ABCWomen also highlights the contributions made by trailblazers, pioneers, and unsung and posthumous heroes.


Nancy will be honoured at a gala event on June 16, where the book will launch. For more information, go to 100abcwomen.ca and 100abcwomen.ca/nancy-simms.

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