Ms. Foreman is a business leader, lecturer, publisher, award-winning community activist and educator, with a notable trajectory expanding over 20 years in St. Kitts and Nevis and the Toronto Greater Area. Throughout her career, she has worked extensively with multinational private and public companies, leading strategic programs in corporate identity, positioning and representation. As CEO of her Toronto-based consulting firm over the last decade, Ms. Foreman has left her mark on the social and cultural spheres of Toronto’s Caribbean and African diasporic communities as well as on the artistic and creative curriculum development of the Toronto District School Board. Her dynamic and charitable approach to community service has landed her on multiple executive boards and advisory committees dedicated to the advocacy of political rights, the advancement of economic and social welfare, and the promotion of Afrocentric art and black creators.
In the Federation, Ms. Foreman managed independent projects that supported efforts for women and youth empowerment and worked collaboratively with the Ministry of Culture to create programs that benefited the workers employed in the cultural industry. Having attended the Cayon High School, she has been an active member of her graduate group fundraising to support the local schools of her parish. Her experience will serve well the St. Kitts and Nevis community in Canada.