for tweens, teens, families and friends
Jojo Kofi Afram is a fictious character from The Adventures of Maddie Leon, written by Terresa Davis (Augustine).
Born in Ghana, West Africa, Jojo spent his tween and early teen years in Canada, and for a time, lived in Peru. On his flight from Vancouver to Peru, he meet Maddie Leon.
Jojo’s culturally twisted cuisine shares that we the people, are more the same than we are different. Our differences, reinforced by culture, environment, and perspective are reduced when we learn about each others cultures and enjoy culturally twisted cuisine.
Hungry for tacos, cakes or pizza?
Looking for fun facts to share with family and friends at the table or include in a school assignment?
Want ideas on how to culturally twist your cuisine?
Public Legal Education and Information (PLEI)*
for citizens, schools, communities, and workplaces
*Terresa served as Executive Director of the People’s Law School: Public Legal Education Society of BC from 2010 – 2015 years. Area of responsibility included modernizing social and digital media, curating and modernizing publications (PLEI). Topics included (but not limited to: fundamentals of the law in canada and british columbia, family law, young people and the law, older people and the law, employment law, business law (focus on non-profit business), consumer law,. PLEI was produced in ebook, wikibook, video, animation formats in languages that included French, Chinese, Tagalog, Spanish, other) . Most products remain available at clicklaw.bc.ca and peopleslawschool.ca in original or revised versions.
Career Planning and Development
for students (K-tertiary), employers, employees and sector councils
*Terresa served as Executive Director of BC’s Labour Market and Career Information Association (later known as) BC Career Management Association from 2001 – 2005. Nominated to represent BC’s on Canada’s National Integrated Delivery Strategy (Government of Canada, Sectors Councils, Ministries of Education and Career Development Association) from 2004 – 2006 , chaired provincial stakeholders’ group and annual conferences (2001 – 2005). In these roles, Terresa curated, wrote, published and distributed career information, tools and resources for stakeholders (see above).