Featured Alumni Featured Alumni Tasha Schumann Tasha Schumann’s successful career as rap artist Tasha the Amazon comes as no surprise to her. After all, she has planned on being a musician since kindergarten. Play Video BreadcrumbHomeNews & Stories Featured Alumni Name Industry - Any -Arts & CultureAthleticsBusinessCity BuildingCivil & Political RightsDiplomacyEducationEntertainmentHumanitarianismJournalismLawLiteratureMedicineMilitaryPoliticsScience & Technology Faculty or College - Any -Campuses-University of Toronto Mississauga-University of Toronto ScarboroughColleges-Innis College-New College-St. Michael’s College-Trinity College-University College-Victoria College-Woodsworth CollegeFaculties-Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering-Faculty of Arts & Science-Dalla Lana School of Public Health-Faculty of Dentistry-Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work-Faculty of Forestry-School of Graduate Studies-Faculty of Information-John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design-Faculty of Law-Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing-Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy-Faculty of Medicine-Faculty of Music-Ontario Institute of Studies in Education-Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education-Rotman School of Management-School of Continuing Studies-Toronto School of Theology Adrienne Clarkson Trinity College | Faculty of Arts & Science | School of Graduate Studies Adrienne Clarkson has written about immigrants who struggled and thrived. An immigrant herself, she’s helped transform Canada. Craig Kielburger Trinity College | Faculty of Arts & Science When Craig Kielburger was 12 years old, he suddenly understood “that a young person can make a difference.” David C. Onley University of Toronto Scarborough | Faculty of Arts & Science In 1984, David Onley commenced a 22-year career with CityTV as Canada’s first on-air reporter with a visible disability. Paul Martin St. Michael’s College | Faculty of Arts & Science | Faculty of Law When Paul Martin addressed the class of 2011 at Convocation, he joked about the time he lost his case at moot court in law school.