Shaquille Morgan is a second year Master of Global Affairs candidate at the University of Toronto, holding a bachelor’s in Law and Society. He possesses professional experience as a research analyst, examining the impact of education and meaningful employment on minority wealth accumulation. In addition, he has examined methods to disrupt poverty traps, targeting NEET and at-risk youth as a means to catalyze intergenerational wealth in low-income communities. He is passionate about solving problems in Canadian black communities and Jamaica. In the near future he hopes to engage in economic development and policy reform to increase minority employment opportunities, and better higher education outcomes and achievements.