Media

Toronto Star: Still pushing for personhood (Person’s Day – 90 years later) – Oct 2019

Financial Post:  Happy accident created women’s empowerment network How She Hustles – Oct 2019

kultur.d on Global News 640 AM: Interview with Emily Mills June 2019

Global News Toronto: Michelle Obama recognized in tribute video – May 2019

Ryerson Today: Everyday She’s Hustling – February 2019

Toronto Caribbean Newspaper: Emily Mills – How She Hustled – December 2018

Globe and Mail: Women on the fast track – the really, really, fast track – November 2018

Toronto Star: Viola Desmond’s legacy a light that shines on other trailblazers – November 2018

CBC Radio’s Metro Morning: Emily Mills & Mayaan Ziv receive WXN Top 100 Awards November 2018

United Way’s Local Love: Emily Mills is building bridges for diverse women in Toronto – November 2018

CBC Radio’s Fresh Air: Startup & Slay – October 2018

MakeLemonade: Q&A with Emily Mills – October 2018

Toronto Life: A look inside Spaces, co-working office – October 2018

ByBlacks.com: Startup & Slay – October 2018

Liisbeth.com: Lessons from Women who Startup & Slay – June 2018

Liisbeth.com: Emily does the hustle – December 2017

CBC Radio’s Metro Morning: Startup & Slay – May 2017

CBC Radio’s Metro Morning: HERstory in Black – February 2017

CBC.ca/Toronto: Massive photo project HERstory in Black shows a ‘different face of leadership – February 2017

CBC/Radio-Canada Corporate Blog: Emily Mills: A Source of Inspiration – February 2017

Share Newspaper: New cohort of Diversecity fellow eager to affect change – February 2017.

SheDoesTheCity.com: She Changed the Game: Meet Emily Mills, Founder of How She Hustles – October 2016

FreshGigs.com: Five Things Friday: Emily Mills – 2015

WordswithMichelle.com: Creating Opportunities for Women through How She Hustles – July 2016

Parents Canada: Editor’s Letter – Words of Wisdom – December 2014

Quoted in: The MomShift: Women Share Their Stories of Career Success After Having Children, Indigo bestseller by Reva Seth.

Profiled in: 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women by Dr. Jean Augustine, Dr. Denise O’Neil Green and Dauna Jones-Simmonds