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Rachale is a graphic designer and owner of Graphic In Traffic who specializes in large format graphics – car wraps, wall murals, signage & much more. Rachale is recognized for her design work with the 2010 Winter Olympics, including a float plane wrap featured on CTV. She’s also been featured in industry leading magazines in Canada and the USA. Rachale is a recipient of the 40U40 AWARD.  www.graphicintraffic.com

Isabelle Fish is a travel and jewelry insider. She curates and leads women-only trips around the world for intimate groups of art, jewelry and culture lovers who wish to expand their world, their network, their knowledge in a purposeful yet fun way. She writes a weekly jewelry and travel blog https://blog.ruepigalle.ca/ – you can find her travel itineraries on her website https://ruepigalle.ca

Rose Barroso is a Multiple Award Winner Toronto Luxury Home Builder. She has made a career of building and designing homes Rose is a creative mind, who believes in the power of beautiful functional interiors to transform and enhance daily life. Rose’s work is regularly featured in leading design and lifestyle publications. Visit Rose @ www.barrosohomes.com

May Mackness is an emerging Designer + Illustrator. She has illustrated a privately published children’s book and is seeking more opportunities which bring together her combination of skills. May has an ongoing interest in photography, as seen through her #RISEANDSHINE challenge on social media and her website. (www.maymackness.com/riseandshine.) She enjoys exploring and following her intuition.

Indira Roy Choudhury is an art dealer in Oakville and Board Member of the Oakville Art Council and the Oakville Cultural Grant Committee. In 2015, she was awarded the “Arts Entrepreneur of the Year” by the OAC. Recently she participated in the jury for the selection of 2 pieces for the Oakville Public Art Program. Visit Indira @ www.triasgallery.com

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