No surprise to those who knows her, she lives with a mission to follow her true path and shares knowledge to build wisdom in others


  • Our Place Peel: Developing a winning resume and preparing for an interview and other employability skills
  • Reel Youth Mentor Program: Reaching your potential through mentorship
  • Radio Program, Hart House, University of Toronto: Mental Illness
  • Huron Heights Middle School: Being Black and Proud
  • Pio Middle School: Striving in a Multi Cultural Society
  • She has a “Voice Project Awareness” forum: Learning from the past, moving into the future
  • Judith Nyman Secondary School: “Chat and Learn”
  • Jamaica Canadian Association of Nurses: Opening Opportunities to Ignite your Purpose
  • Malton Seventh Day Adventist Church: Understanding your teens
  • Olive Seventh Day Adventist Church: Mental Illness focus on depression and suicide
  • Hope Christian Banquet Centre: Safety for the Elderly
  • Free For All Foundation Summer Camp: You have what it takes to reach your life goals
  • Free For All Foundation: Understanding and Preventing Elder Abuse
  • Free For All Foundation Summer Camp: Building leadership skills
  • Black Congress of Women of Canada, Mississauga Branch: Mental Illness
  • Youth in Policing Students: You have a choice to make the best of opportunities
  • Nursing students and new graduates: Access the job market successfully
  • Studio 89: Youth Homelessness in Region of Peel
  • York University: Child Welfare
  • Region of Peel nursing students: Inspiring the next generation, creating change
  • Black Women Bridging Borders: Mental Illness
  • MicroSkills: Recognizing Violence against women and support systems


“People do not care how much you know until they know how much you care”



 Norma Nicholson RN BA MA