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Communicating Diversity and Inclusion with Your Business: A Panel Discussion


Are you accidentally non-inclusive with your copywriting, social media, general marketing and client communications? 

Has a fear of saying the wrong thing kept you from being vulnerable and sharing your voice?

Are you curious about how to incorporate diversity and inclusion into your business communications?

Join Aime Hutton, Mary Chan, Theresa Garcia, and Ame-Lia Tamburrini in a compassionate, inquisitive space to discuss how to communicate diversity and inclusion in our businesses.



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Aime Hutton:

Aime Hutton is a true miracle survivor. Being born 3 months early was just the start of the challenges Aime has overcome in her lifetime. Hailing from Calgary, Alberta Canada, as an LGBTQ2S+ Youth Coach, Aime facilitates training, programs, live experiences, and workshops that educate and promote/create safe spaces at school and in the community. Aime also mentors young teen youth aged 11 - 14 privately 1:1 with their own coming out journey, to themselves first, and then to others when they feel safe to do so. As a 5-time international best-selling author/compiler Aime shares hope, healing, and inspiration through her writing. Aime sits on the Gender and Sexual Diversity Advisory Board with the Calgary Police Service, and she represents Alberta on the National Network for Mental Health Alliance Board

Mary Chan:

Mary Chan is a Podcast Strategist, Voice Coach, and Voice-Over Artist who believes in empowering women to find their voice. Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Canada to immigrant parents, Mary was told to stay quiet. Today, Mary gives women self-confidence with their voice because she felt that she didn’t have one growing up. After working in radio for 20 years, she struck out on her own and founded Organized Sound Productions, a podcast production and consulting company.

Theresa Garcia:

Theresa Garcia, founder of Rubi’s Positive Empowerment, really knows how to bring the positivity! Incorporating self-care and stress reduction skills, she uses her years of experience in the employment industry to help people become their best selves, personally and professionally. Her ability to match people’s talents, skills, and passions with the employers best situated to appreciate them is unequaled!

Ame-lia Tamburrini:

A childhood full of divisiveness + 15 years of engaging with divided communities gave her the desire for a harmonious world. A journey with stage 3 cancer gave her the urgency to make it happen. Meet Ame-Lia Tamburrini, the host of the Circle of Change podcast and CEO of Hum Consulting - an organization dedicated to hosting brave conversations. Through transformational programs rooted in ancient wisdom, she turns ordinary people into change-makers skilled in self-awareness, trauma-informed approaches, conscious communication and creating brave spaces to gather. Her inspiring, funny and experiential approach leaves you with a strong desire and the skills to be the change.

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Calgary
Date & Time
Thursday

June 16, 2022

6:30 PM 8:30 PM Canada/Mountain
Facilitated By

Lindsay Sullivan

lindsaysullivan@ewomennetwork.com
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