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Meet The Hosts

Rayyah Sempala

Rayyah Sempala

Host

Rayyah Sempala is a Ugandan-Canadian studying Sociology at MacEwan University.

Her passions include activism, debate and participating in clubs that benefit her community.

Her dream is to be a good role model for young girls, especially young immigrants, to show them that they too can achieve whatever it is that they set their minds too.

Harriet Tinka

Harriet Tinka

Host

Harriet Tinka is a perfect example of finding a need in the community and filling it. She is known by her students as a “Powerhouse Role Model who makes being genuine the most powerful thing of all”. She struggled with her self-worth and confidence in her teen years, and despite dealing with some unique obstacles along the way, she has broken through those barriers and has found the ultimate success in inspiring teens reach their full potential.

As she faced her adversities, she was one day inspired by a little girl in a wheel chair who said to her, “Move forward and use your pain to inspire others.” Harriet decided it was time to pay it forward. Ever since, she has inspired and touched lives of over 500 teens!

Harriet has over sixteen years of experience in an international and local modeling career. As her life journey thrived, she started teaching extensively in modeling school, helping the models boost their self-esteem and overcome negative self-talk so as to love themselves unconditionally. Her inspiration became contagious and soon parents and teens were looking up to her for inspiration. With all the support and encouragement she received, she decided to start workshops titled “I Believe in Me Because…” to instill this energy to the young people.