Red Dot Founder Leaves a Legacy at the Canadian Museum of Immigration
Updated: May 2, 2019
This week, Karima-Catherine (KC) Goundiam, Red Dot Digital’s Founder and Managing Director, was approached by the Canadian Museum of Immigration to tell her story as an entrepreneur after they came across her LinkedIn Pulse post on the topic. She gave a filmed interview, which is now available for museum visitors to watch on site.
“Every time I have the opportunity to make an impact, I’ll do it,” said KC. “I was very honoured to meet the Canadian Museum of Immigration and discuss my journey to Canada and story as a Canadian with them and for future generations. Portraying a different narrative and view of immigration feels important, and feels like a duty for me.”
The Canadian Museum of Immigration is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, at Pier 21, in a facility that operated as an ocean liner terminal and immigration shed from 1928 to 1971. Over one million immigrants came to Canada through Pier 21 and it is the last surviving seaport immigration facility in Canada.