These are the projects + investments that brought KoMedia to life.

On set with Marie Forleo for Dream, Girl

On set with Marie Forleo for Dream, Girl

Dream, Girl | A Film about female founders

Komal and KoMedia are producing, leading business development, and distributing Dream, Girl in partnership with director and producer, Erin Bagwell, founder of Feminist Wednesday. To find out more, click here and to see what it was like for Komal at the Cannes Film Festival, click here.


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“This is the first time in my life someone believed I could work and be of value. Girls, we don’t always get opportunities like this, so I will do everything I can to make the best of it, and to show what we (women and girls) can do. That I am capable.”
— At a sewing centre in Goblej village, she is one of twenty women employed in the village.

Coca-Cola's #5by20 Women's economic empowerment initiative

Komal and KoMedia consulted with the Coca-Cola Canada team on their roll-out of #5by20 in Canada. Komal also visited India with Coca-Cola to showcase the economic empowerment of women in the company's value chain through their #5by20 social investment projects in the country. This work was enabled through Komal's involvement in the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers community. Click here for the story and watch below for more.


In The Hydropothecary Corporation's Gatineau facility. Photo courtesy of the Ottawa Citizen.

In The Hydropothecary Corporation's Gatineau facility. Photo courtesy of the Ottawa Citizen.

The hydropothecary corporation

KoMedia is proud to be one of the first investors in Canada's premiere medical marijuana company, The Hydropothecary Corporation.


The Clinton Global Initiative

Three years ago I had decided to participate in CGI in whatever capacity possible. This turned into capturing and attending the gathering for Entrepreneur.com alongside other publications.


Continued work in social innovation 

Komal studied social innovation and systems change in her graduate studies, and KoMedia was built, in the early days, through contracts and projects within the social innovation community. Here is a glimpse at Komal's time as the on-site storyteller for the SIX Summer School 2014.