Our Founder

My personal culture is rich in diversity. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, I am a reflection of its values in multiculturalism, multilingualism, and equality. My mother is from Scotts Head in the Commonwealth of Dominica, in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean Sea. My father was born in Ofena and raised in Chieti, Abruzzo, Italy, on the Adriatic Sea.

I have been privileged to serve as an active participant of the Italian-Canadian community and supporter within the Dominican Diaspora. I was Vice-President of the Italian-Canadian Museum and over my lifetime have continuously volunteered within community development initiatives and with community stakeholders, including the Canadian Ethnocultural Council.

I am thrilled to now work through the vehicle of Making Multiculturalism Work to culminate my professional and personal experiences, relationships, and travels, which have all contributed to my cultural identity. Through speaking engagements, trainings, and consultation I will share the gifts I was born into; the knowledge that cultural diversity is an asset of great value.

My work is to bring people together to benefit from lessons and relationships. I wish to empower people and societies with the path to greater wealth, power, and peace that is diversity.

Thank you for connecting with us and harnessing the wealth, power, and peace, within  your organization’s multiculturalism.

Miigwetch, Thank You, Merci, and Grazie!

Sabrina Di Marco, MBA                                                                                              Founder & President                                                                                                    Making Multiculturalism Work Inc.                                                            info@mmwcanada.com

Click each below for a Resume of Sabrina Di Marco’s Professional Experiences:

Academic Studies

Adjunct Professor and Speaker

Global and Local Consultations and Performance Measurement

Real Estate Broker

Community Service  https://wordpress.com/page/mmwcanada.com/516