Bridges of Belonging featuring Charlene Krepiakevich and Ikem Opara
On August 11th at 11am PT #BridgesofBelonging conversation number twelve will feature Charlene Krepiakevich and Ikem Opara.
Charlene is the Chief Executive Officer at viaSport British Columbia, a non-profit society formed as a legacy of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games to foster the growth of amateur sport in British Columbia. She has a distinctive ability for developing and implementing pragmatic and functional, vision-driven strategies that brings organizations, brands, products, and services to life.
Ikem is an equity, diversity, and inclusion professional focused on creating systems and building communities and social structures that work for all and brings his ability to listen, learn and educate in order to build relationships and strengthen connections across all boundaries with great success. He is part of Canada’s largest grant making foundation, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, where he utilizes his expertise to guide the investment of about $120M annually in ways that make Ontario communities more
inclusive and engaged.
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.