Theodocia Quagraine is a proud Ghanaian-Canadian woman residing in Saskatoon, Treaty 6 land of the Métis. By trade, Theodocia is a User Interface Developer but her passion lies in social activism. In addition to being a co-founder/director of BIPOC Coffee Talk Inc., Theodocia is the Communications Director, Visual Identity Designer, and Web Designer for Daughters of Africa Resources Center SK Inc. which is an organization that recently introduced its employment readiness program that creates workshops for racialized women to succeed in the Canadian job market. She is also a co-author of a collaborative book project by Black Women Leaders Saskatchewan that aims to inspire more women to become leaders. The book, which will launch in February 2023, features memoirs from 13 Black women leaders living in the Canadian Prairies. Her memoir features her experiences with bullying, struggling with low self-worth, and transforming into the leader she is today.
In her spare time, Theodocia enjoys spending time with her family, friends and community, tending to her plant babies, appreciating visual arts, dancing to live music, and going on many road trip adventures.