I’m Darren Baine.
The inspired work in-progress.
Get To Know Me
Thank you for hoping onto the Darren Baine Blog! This page is my small repository for all the things I have been involved in! But first, here’s my short story for context.
Connect with me
Invited to speak at the Inspiring Black Flourishing in Waterloo and Beyond lecture organized by the University of Waterloo.
Invited to speak at the Black History Month event organized by the Caribbean Canadian Association of Waterloo Region.
Ambition and Action
Co-operative and experiential education blog. Here I talk about all my co-ops whilst at the University of Waterloo and what makes them all unique.
University of Waterloo Global Futures
Waterloo has a wealth of leaders, changemakers, and innovators who are imagining a bold new future. I was featured in the annual University of Waterloo publication, the theme for 2023 – Global Futures.
Thoughts on Diversity and Inclusion
What is your stand in the fight against racism?
How do we fight racism? By looking at it as a social effort and one that should be collectively sought. Here are my thoughts on this as we strive for equity, diversity, and inclusion for all.
on Urban Tv, People and Stories
An interview on Urban TV’s people and stories about my story starting the Young Eye Foundation and being named a Uganda top 40 under 40 in 2022.
Uganda's Top 40 under 40
I was among the Vision Group winner of the Top 40 under 40 award, given to individuals who exhibit ingenuity, community impact, and the X factor. The winners are from across professional fields such as arts, technology, academia, and finance.
on Groove Cafe with Crystal Newman
I had the honour of being interviewed by renowned media personality, Crystal Newman on Groove Cafe on RX Radio Uganda.
Youth in Drive to Support Children
In 2021, the Young Eye Foundation organized a donation of resources to the Naguru Remand Home and organized a 4-month skill building program.
Darren Adopts School in Bombo
My journey started in 2019, through my Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) component of the IBDP program saw me adopt a school in Bombo, Luwero, Uganda.
Darren Harry Baine
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