ABOUT US

To make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who have been impacted by the Criminal Justice System.

Our Mission

To make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who have been impacted by the Criminal Justice System.

Our Vision

To repair every breach within the individual and bring restoration to communities across the GTA.

Meet Our Team

Richard Miller

Founder

Richard Miller is the Founder of Keep6ix and a driven community leader, dedicated to assisting underserved youth. After experiencing and witnessing misrepresentation, racism, corruption, and injustices experienced by black youth and minorities, Richard decided to establish Keep6ix. It is his passion to bring healing to individuals who have been through traumatic experiences, by ensuring resources and programming are available to prevent incarceration. Richard is an experienced and savvy entrepreneur, who believes in training and developing the next generation of young professionals. He believes that with a second chance, and the right opportunities present, our young people can thrive and become successful.

Nikki Clarke

Jamaican born, Nikki Clarke, holds a Diploma in Social Sciences from John Abbott College and at, McGill University, studied Film and Communications. Nikki was an instructor at Sheridan College, in the Faculty of Early Childhood Education, the School of Business, and Community Development from 1999 to 2009. Nikki was elected the President of the Ontario Black History Society November 9, 2015. Nikki’s third book, Transforming Lives, One Story at a Time: Powerful Stories of Success and Inspiration, an anthology of empowering reflections was published September 22, 2017. Nikki is the founder, producer and host of the Nikki Clarke Show. Nikki was the NDP MPP Candidate for Mississauga-Malton. Nikki serves on the The Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking in Peel. Nikki is an ordained lay pastor and the Pastor to Children, Youth and Families at St Cuthbert’s Leaside Anglican Church. Nikki serves as a director for the Ontario Black History Society as well as the United Achievers Community Services.

Jordana H. Goldlist

Jordana H. Goldlist is a criminal defence lawyer, business owner, public speaker, and youth mentor.  A former homeless, high school dropout, Jordana aims to teach youth how to use their struggles to their advantage by recognizing transferable skills.  
She also aims to show the ways in which the justice system is a trap, designed to keep people stuck. Jordana uses her own journey from street kid to criminal lawyer to explain her views on the system in her TEDx talk, “Who Judges The Judge?” (available on YouTube). 

Heather Thomson

Heather Thomson is a passionate and tenacious entrepreneur, real estate investor, restaurant owner, author, and accountant. As founder of both “Two Spirits for Change” and “HCJ Properties”, she helps abuse survivors become financially independent while proudly creating her real estate business for her daughters and three grandchildren. Heather has personally fund-raised over $30,000 in support of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Covenant House and Plan Canada. As a graduate from the ‘school of hard knocks’, her triumph over a life of adversity has shaped her into a truly compassionate and powerful woman. Heather’s belief that you must be the heroine of your own life inspires others to empower themselves through love and acceptance of oneself. She mentors others to become homeowners and real estate investors. In ten years she has learned to overcome her past, transformed her life, and is determined to help you discover yourself in your own journey.

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