Convergence Magazine’s team members for 2021
Managing Editor for Special Issue
Art Director for Print
Art Assistant for Print & Research Chief
Rahmon is a final-year journalism student at Humber College who contributed with his writing for our magazine, which helped him become a better journalist. His previous role allowed him to work alongside colleagues and mould the magazine towards a successful launch. Nicholas enjoys spending his time writing stories and being caught up on television shows.
Marksman is in his third year of journalism at Humber College, and is also working on a novel that involves his life experiences and people he’s met and crossed paths with.
Managing Editor for Digital & Art Production
Valente is a photographer and final year journalism student at Humber and is currently doing an internship at Inwit. She has dedicated her writing to educating herself and others about current climate events/issues happening around the world. Valente hopes to further her education in journalism and travel the word.
Art Assistant for Print
Researcher and Cover Model
Martinito is a final-year journalism student at Humber College. During her study, she wore multiple hats as a reporter for 96.9 Radio Humber and a TV host for Humber News and Humber Today. These roles led to her passion for broadcast TV and radio. She hopes to work as a live correspondent in the future, covering more community-driven stories in Toronto.
Astley is a 2D artist based in Brampton, Ontario with experience in game and character design. Emma designed ‘A changing industry in Journalism.’
As a student in the last year of Humber College’s Journalism program, Wilson has been working hard to prepare as much as she can for graduation. She very much enjoys working in magazines, and her involvement in Convergence is something she’ll never forget.
Digital Art Director
Jeremy is a fourth-year Humber journalism student with a passion in sports, gaming, as well as local community and profile writing. He co-designed the website and produced ‘A changing industry in Journalism.’ Jeremy is now working on an investigation story that looks into the concept of Game-Based Learning and how it could be integrated in Canada’s education systems.
Sabrina is a journalism student at Humber College’s post-graduate certificate program. She is currently a fact-checker for this issue of Convergence magazine. In June 2020, Sabrina also graduated from The University of Toronto with honours — where she double majored in Political Science and History.
Managing Editor for Print
Kozak is a third-year journalism student at Humber College with a passion for social issues and investigative research. She is the editor of print and immensely enjoyed working with her colleagues. After graduating, Jennifer hopes to further her educational career by going on to Humber’s degree program to pursue her dream of becoming a social justice reporter.
Commey is a third-year student in the journalism program filled with talented writers. He’s one of the section editors for Convergence magazine and has been extremely grateful to work beside so many talented writers. After graduating, Francis looks forward to furthering his career educationally by going to university and venturing even more into his media, community and the youth!