Theresa Quagraine was born in Ghana, Africa to two tenacious Ghanaian parents. While in her preschool years her family, including 3 siblings, moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She has spent her childhood, teenage years, and now adulthood in Saskatoon navigating the world as a Ghanaian-Canadian. She started as a regular attender at BIPOC Coffee Talk events, wanting to gain different perspectives on race and learn from others experiences. She transitioned to a co-director in 2021.
When she’s not occupied with BIPOC Coffee Talk she has a career in website design and works with another non-profit called The Black Canadians, Africans and Caribbean Professionals Association Inc. (BCACPA). For fun she enjoys volunteering, watching movies, and going on road trips.