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So proud to share that I’ve partnered with Dalhousie University to offer its first online micro-credential course in Inclusive Communications! 

Why? Because the most common question I get is, ‘what do I say when… or how do I respond to… this offensive comment at work?’ As an educator in the DEI space, I’ve realized that having the language to either shut down a harmful conversation or ignite a much-needed one, is critical to a sense of inclusion and belonging in the workplace.

NBA stars are coming to Toronto this week to meet tech companies at the Athlete Tech Summit during the Toronto Caribana Festival and Drake’s OVO Fest. In a recent Toronto Star article, the effect of Ontario’s growing tech sector is drawing attention from sports athletes, wanting to invest in our local start-ups.

I am a tech outsider. I don’t know how to code, I didn’t go to business school. In fact I didn’t even know what API stood for when I started working in this industry two years ago.

Last week at the Public Sector Social Media Conference in Ottawa, I presented to a group of social media professionals working in agencies across the Canadian government.

I was 4 years old when I landed in Canada with my family, my parents in search of a ‘better life’. I can still remember the cold air biting at my cheeks.