Rema identifies as a Black-mixed womanist artist/educator and her work has shown in several exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Rema is the Founder of Mixed in Canada, a national cultural resource center for racialized mixed-race identified Canadians. Mixed in Canada is the first and only Canadian organization that is dedicated to mixed-race identity. She is a co-founder of the MIXED Art Conference, an annual multidisciplinary conference about racialized mixed identities through an intersectional lens. Last year’s conference was keynoted by Kim Milan, closed by Dr. Minelle Mahtani, and held at the YMCA Central Toronto with over 100 attendees. She has also been sought after by American researcher and CNN producer of “Who is Black in America?”, Dr. Yaba Blay, to edit the “Mixed-Race” chapter of her book “(1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race”. Rema has been invited to speak at the University of Toronto annually, the York University Centre for Human Rights Conference, Humber College, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Ontario Public Services, CBC Radio, CTV Canada AM, and Rogers TV; as well as delivering workshops to children, youth and adults for various schools and organizations to discuss art, race, and intersectionality.