Keisha Ann Gafoor, M.A: Child Studies (Concordia University)
Congratulations and best wishes are extended to Keisha Ann Gafoor, who on Monday, June 8, 2015, at Concordia University 2015 Convocation, proudly walked across the stage at Place des-Arts, Salle Wilfrid Pelletier, to receive her Master of Arts Degree in Child Studies.
This was the culmination of a journey filled with hard work, dedication and sacrifice. Keisha graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology/Sociology, and continued on to Concordia University where she was a Member of the Golden Key International Honor Society as well as a Dean’s List Honoree.
Her Master’s Thesis entitled, “Siblings of Children with Autism: Sibling Support Intervention Program,” underscores the love, patience and passion she has for children with autism with whom she has worked for several years as an Applied Behavior Analysis Therapist.
Keisha credits her success to the love and support of her parents and siblings who instilled in her the need to persevere, despite the obstacles.
Tesfa-Aki Peterson: Masters, Sociology graduated (Concordia University)_
An active community worker and member of the Grenada Association of Montreal.
Aki moves to Queens University in Kingston, Ontario to begin work on her PhD.