TWU's Aliya Coy speaks on how leaders can help younger people of colour grow and thrive
Calgarian Aliya Coy plays defence on the Trinity Western Spartans women’s soccer team. She also ministers to and encourages her teammates as the team’s spiritual leader. A corporate communications major, Aliya’s ambition is to one day become a humanitarian journalist.
This month, Coy spoke with Broadview Magazine on ways that organizational leaders can help younger people of colour grow and thrive. She offers advice on mentoring best practices, and shares what she appreciates most about influential mentors and leaders in her life.
Read Aliya Coy's interview in Broadview Magazine:
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