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Diverse Identities at Work: Fostering a Culture of Inclusion and Authenticity

Wednesday, April 17, 2024

11:50 AM-12:00 PM Pacific time: Login
12:00 PM-1:00 PM Pacific time: Webinar

Eligible for 1 CE Hour of Ethical Learning

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Event Details




Tasha Booth | Continuing Education Coordinator
Direct: 604.558.6653
Toll Free: 1.888.430.8035 ext.6653
Email: [email protected]

Event Presenter(s)

Shalyma Cambridge (She/Her)

Director of Client Solutions and Partner, Inclusivity

Shalyma Cambridge is a coach, facilitator, and instructor, passionate about leadership, inclusion, and supporting diversity in organizations. She brings a deep understanding of complex organizations and over a decade of experience executing communication and change management strategies; developing and facilitating training; and coaching in a variety of settings. It is Shalyma’s belief that when a culture of authentic, inclusive, and bold leadership is encouraged, organizations and their people are inspired to be their best.

Working with established and emerging leaders across a variety of industries in both local and international organizations, Shalyma helps individuals communicate their values, forge real connections, and inspire others through confidence. She develops training and learning experiences that drive meaningful personal and organizational change.

Shalyma holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Graduate Certificate in Communications Management, certification as an Organizational Coach through the University of British Columbia, and is a certified Personality Dimension facilitator. Currently pursuing her master’s in organizational leadership, Shalyma is also a member of the Vancouver Board of Trade Diversity and Inclusion Committee and co-leads the Vancouver Culture Collective Chapter, which holds space to share learnings on transforming and building great cultures in the workplace.

About the Event

What pressure might your organization impose on people to minimize their identities? What does it mean for an organization when workers spend so much energy managing their identities alongside their job responsibilities? Covering one's identity in the workplace remains a widespread practice and is most prevalent among individuals with multiple marginalized identities. Explore effective steps to disrupt this cover culture and actively promote a workplace environment that not only acknowledges but celebrates the diverse identities among us.

This Webinar Will Explore:

  • The diversity of workplaces today
  • Intersectional identities
  • Cultural conformity and covering identities
  • Taking action towards inclusion