Meet Our Staff
CoFounder and Executive Director
Precious Myers has obtained an Ontario College Diploma in Social Service Work from George Brown College and is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Social Work at York University. Upon completion she plans on pursuing a master's degree in Social Work. Precious recognizes the importance of the voice of marginalized women who often faces social, economic and other systemic barriers that impact their well-being and prosperity.
Precious has four years experience working in the community where her focus was providing support to mothers and women of colour helping them navigate these systems of oppression to attain adequate housing, employment and education.
Precious currently is a contributor at Macaulay Child Development Centre where she works as a Book Nook Coordinator and volunteers as a Parent Advocacy Leader. She is also a co-facilitator for Nobody’s Perfect parenting program.
In her down time, she enjoys health and fitness activities and nutrition. Precious also has an interest in learning more about the intersection of race, gender and psychology.
Harmony Adzido R.S.S.W.
CoFounder and Manager of Operations and Intake
Harmony Adzido is a Registered Social Service Worker, licensed by the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers since 2016. Harmony has practiced in the Violence Against Women sector for over five years, specializing in its intersections with and impact on children and youth. Harmony deeply believes in curating experiential learning environments for young people, centred in healing and honoring core identity. Korme, meaning community in the Ewe language, is the root of all connections for this young professional.
Harmony currently counsels youth aged 16-24 within the City of Toronto’s emergency shelter system and counsels children and youth aged 6-18, in the care of various foster homes and Children’s Aid Societies across the province on a one to one basis. Harmony creates and facilitates several therapeutic workshops such as Parenting Effectively After Violence (PAVE), Heads Up! Mental Health Essentials For Youth and The Wonderful Me, a violence prevention program for school-age children.
Harmony leads with radical tenderness and compassion and is known for her unwavering dedication to children and youth impacted by violence.