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Theme: Beyond Our Borders

This event occurred on
March 23, 2024
Regina, Saskatchewan

Regina is not just a city; it’s a land of stories, dreams, and untapped potential. This theme embodies the belief that every individual plays a crucial role in elevating Regina beyond its present limitations. This is a call to action, a vision for the future, and a powerful catalyst that will unite our community to push the boundaries of our collective imagination.

This is a journey of discovery, a realization that within each of us lies the capacity for growth, innovation, creativity, and change. These ideas will inspire us to shape our future and Regina’s future collectively. This is a call for collaboration to make our city a beacon of innovation, creativity, and progress.

Queensbury Convention Center, Regina
1700 Elphinstone Street
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 2Z6
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Adam Hicks

Director of Finance
Adam Hicks is the Director of Finance and Strategic Operations at the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation. He believes in building community and strives to impact lives positively. Beyond Adam’s primary work, he is an elected School Board Trustee and a Director at Conexus Credit Union.

Anastasios Stamatinos

Anastasios Stamatinos is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Education in Secondary History and English, and he intends to continue his education while teaching with the goal of obtaining a PhD in history. He has been working as a teacher, primarily focusing on helping students understand daily challenges and difficulties in today’s world. Coming from a mixed European background, Anastasios has grown up believing in the importance of multiculturalism in today’s society and that every individual should be treated with dignity and respect.

Kim Korven

Retired Divorce Lawyer
Kim Korven is a retired lawyer and adjudicator of landlord and tenant disputes. She is a mom, divorcee, and judo coach who supports people in conflict. She helps parents across North America remember that they can use divorce as a powerful instrument that leads to improved relationships and thriving humans even in challenging circumstances

Maliha Jabeen Khan

Maliha is a third-year pre-med student at the University of Regina. Her commitment to academic excellence and campus contributions is evident through her achievements, such as the Academic Silver Scholarship, Ambassador Leader Award, Dean's Honour Roll, NSERC Award, and the University of Regina’s Ambassador of the Year award in 2023. Maliha consistently strives to contribute to the community by volunteering for nonprofit organizations in Regina.

Shaun Nanan

Shaun Nanan has a passion for education and technology and is an Academic Chair at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic. He is an applied science technologist and professional engineer with a designation in electrical engineering technology and electronic systems engineering. Shaun is the co-founder of Nanan Academy, a program offering STEM education to youths in Regina, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw.

Sophia Young

Social Activist
Sophia Young is a social activist who consistently advocates for the rights of youths. In 2019, she addressed the Regina City Council on the transportation barriers the youths face. This led to her involvement in the city’s Energy and Sustainability Framework, in which she advocated for fare-free transit for youths, which benefitted 36,000 children.

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Regina, SK, Canada