Bridges of Belonging Conversation Features Paralympic Champions Michelle Stilwell and Joey Johnson
Michelle Stilwell and Joey Johnson will be featured as the guests on Bridges of Belonging on July 8th. The Bridges of Belonging conversations have been surfacing important conversation about how we take person-centered approaches in our organizations, and feature leaders with diverse backgrounds who are champions of diversity, inclusion and systems change. Michelle is six time Paralympic Gold Medalist in both Athletics and Wheelchair Basketball, and is serving her second term as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Parksville-Qualicum. Joey is considered one of the best Wheelchair Basketball power players in the world, winning three gold medals and one silver medal as well as a world championship title. This conversation will focus on their experiences as athletes, leaders in their sports and communities, and what they feel the changes to Wheelchair Basketball classification will mean for the sport, and belonging through the sport.
To view previous Bridges of Belonging conversations or register for upcoming ones, visit www.inclusionincorporated.com/events.
INclusion INcorporated is a boutique consulting firm that supports leaders and their organizations on their inclusion journeys towards cultures of belonging. INclusion INcorporated works with organizations to identify the organizational gaps; co-creation of strategy and action plans; delivery of education and training; and support during implementation. Led by
Andrea Carey, who has worked extensively on inclusion and improved access in sport and physical activity for participants on the margins. Andrea is a Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional, sits on the Canadian Paralympic Committee Board of Directors where she Chairs the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is a KidSport Victoria Board Director.