This week, Frances, Linda and Nancy from the Ottawa Humane Society Auxiliary joined us to share the work of the Humane Society, to discuss their fundraising efforts via craft and bake sales, and to tell us a little of the history of the auxiliary.
David Narbaitz is the founder and owner of Monopolatte, the first board game cafe in Ottawa. We talked about his transition from the patent office to owning his own business, some of the obstacles to starting your own business, and how Settlers of Catan is really just a gateway game.
Neuroscience student and talented artist Becca Hay was our guest this week. We talked about studying neuroscience, raising mental health awareness, bridging the gap between arts and sciences, and keeping track of directions without the Rocky Mountains on the horizon.
You'll also find out how quickly Keegan can think of a palindrome when put on the spot.
Brotherly love was in the air this week as we interviewed Keegan's brother, Dylan On. Dylan is an emerging artist and is currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Theatre and Performance Studies. He chatted about some of his experience in performing arts, including touring Shakespeare plays around elementary schools and even volunteering at a theatre program in a prison!