INclusion INcorporated Continues Bridges of Belonging Conversations with Sport Leaders
June 5, 2020 – INclusion INcorporated has been leading vulnerable conversations with diverse leaders through the Bridges of Belonging weekly conversations. On June 9th, the conversation will continue with Canadian Paralympic Committee CEO, Karen O’Neill and with Free Footie Edmonton Executive Director Tim Adams. These two leaders are driving inclusion from grassroots to high-performance sport environments and their individual commitments to support inclusive leadership and build more inclusive cultures will lead to a dynamic conversation about Belonging, both through their personal and professional journeys.
On June 16th the Bridges of Belonging conversation with feature Dina Bell-Laroche of Sport Law and Strategy Group and Marco Pasqua who has worked in accessibility with Rick Hansen Foundation and the Presidents Group.
To join the Bridges of Belonging conversations or view previous 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.
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Andrea Carey at 250-216-4223 or firstname.lastname@example.org