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This month’s issue is all about success. How do you define it? Our Speaker Series will help you create your own unique vision. Missed our Tune In To YES fundraising event? Check out the photo gallery and revisit the energy of this important night! Plus meet the winner of the Iris Unger Award, watch our segment on Global Morning News and more!
Cecilia Mejia studied architecture at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico UNAM, located in Mexico City. From a very young age, she was attracted to design and the creation of spaces and objects. At the end of her studies, she dedicated herself to pursue her dream of creating her own line of furniture and objects for home decor. Upon her arrival in Montreal, she came across ceramics, which she has developed to create a line of objects that speak of her roots in a more contemporary way.