Sharnelle Morgan is the Co-Founder of the Toronto Black Policy Conference and Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Canadian Black Policy Network. Sharnelle currently works at the Privy Council Office (PCO), as a Policy Analyst advancing public service renewal priorities such as anti-racism, equity and inclusion.
Prior to joining PCO, she has held various policy positions in the Federal Public Service in the departments of Employment and Social Development Canada, Infrastructure Canada and Elections Canada. Passionate about creating equitable spaces and engaging in public policy, she is recognized as an emerging leader and was selected as a 2021-22 Action Canada Fellow.
Sharnelle holds a Masters of Public Policy from the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, in addition to a Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management with a specialization in Development studies and a minor in Economics from Carleton University’s Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs.
Eunice Kays Yeboah is the Co-Founder of the Toronto Black Policy Conference and Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Canadian Black Policy Network. She is also the Anti-Racism Policy Consultant at the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
She is very passionate about confronting anti-Black racism and all forms of racism and discrimination; government and public policy, and has spent over 5 years working in varied roles with municipalities and the Province of Ontario. Recognized for outstanding early career success and impactful volunteerism, Eunice was recently selected as part of York University’s Inaugural Top 30 Changemakers Under 30 list and received the inaugural IPAC Toronto Region New Professional Award.
Eunice is an alumna of Seneca College, York University’s Liberal Arts and Professional Studies and University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and has featured in various campaigns, articles and initiatives at all three schools.