Home is Where Your Voice is Heard

Home is Where Your Voice is Heard

Isabel was interviewed by the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience.  In the article, which appears on the UW website, Isabel says

“I recognized a need to connect artists coming to Waterloo from all over the world with a Canadian audience, and to offer them a chance to perform with dignity in established and professional contexts. I could see that this was a path to integration and understanding between cultures.”

Read the full article on the UW website