Sip & Spill: Digital Communication for Gen Z Changemakers

Are you worried about being misunderstood online? Are you tired of the "always on" culture and often struggle to disconnect or set boundaries? Do you find it difficult to navigate digital communication? You're not alone.❤️

🗣️ With Gen Z at the forefront of digital activism, we're often looked upon as the leaders of tomorrow, expected to solve today's complex problems with ease using the tech at our disposal. However, let's be honest – the struggle is real. That's why we're creating a welcoming and supportive virtual sharing circle where we can discuss the ups and downs of digital comms & activism.

🍵 Join Priscilla and her friends Rabia & Toyin, fellow Gen Z changemakers, for insightful discussions as we explore the good, bad, and ugly of digital communication together. We understand the challenges and uncertainties that come with communicating online to drive social change. Grab your favourite drink & stories, and join us in discussing how Gen Z changemakers can collectively make sense of communication in this digital world. See you there!

The first 30 attendants who sign up before January 29th, 2024, will receive a Doordash voucher via email on the day of the event.

Time: 12 - 1:30 pm MT


Meet the host:

Priscilla is a passionate youth advocate, co-creating initiatives that promote equity and drive sustainable change. She thrives in community projects, using her leadership and digital communication skills to drive social good. At Canada Confesses, Priscilla mobilizes volunteers to promote awareness of social issues and advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Canada. Priscilla is pursuing a degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at the University of Alberta. When she is not studying or volunteering, Priscilla enjoys listening to podcasts, curating her Pinterest boards, reading graphic novels, taking long walks, and spending time with loved ones. Priscilla is a proud tea collector, and her favourite flavours are hibiscus, rooibos, chamomile, ginger and earl grey.


Meet the Friends:

Rabia is a graduate with a degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in Psychology. She currently works as a medical lab assistant (MLA). As the former president of her university’s Women in Science team, Rabia likes to participate in social projects that are passionate about equal rights and scientific/technological advancements. As a member of the Gen-Z community and a self-proclaimed social media expert, Rabia finds technology exciting and is always ready to indulge in computers and their use in communication. In her free time, she likes playing video games, listening to music, reading, going to the theatres, and visiting new cafes/restaurants with friends. Her go-to drink is always water, but she might opt for a coffee with vanilla or hazelnut shots once in a while!

Oluwatoyin is an undergraduate student pursuing an accounting degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. She is a curious person & often spends her time looking for the next best course to take. Because of her curiosity, she recently completed a Tech Stewardship micro-credential. The course dived into the impact we have on technology and vice versa. It heightened Oluwatoyin's interest in how society navigates the digital world. Outside of her educational pursuits, she volunteers within in-person & online communities, broadening her horizons. In her idle time, she enjoys reading novels, watching video essays, listening to podcasts, and drawing. Oluwatoyin enjoys both coffee & tea; however, to her, coffee is an everyday essential, while tea is for those cozy and relaxing moments.



February 01, 2024 at 12:00pm - 1:30pm



Will you come?