How to Show up as an Ally in the Workplace

Tuesday, January 18 2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EST]

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Tuesday, January 18 2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EST]

The global pandemic and the worldwide Black Lives Matter protests have highlighted the importance of supporting colleagues and making sure everyone is included. This virtual session is a combination of educational awareness and action steps for supporting colleagues in allyship.

The one (1) hour diversity training session will include:

  • Introduction with lived experiences and perspectives
  • Facilitated discussion on Anti-Black racism and Inclusion
  • Learning Snippets tool introduction 

The event Speaker: Debbie Opoku-Mulder - Making Change Speaker, and Facilitator

Debbie holds a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. She is a registered psychotherapist, speaker and a mental health advocate. Debbie is passionate about equipping individuals and groups with the tools and resources needed to educate and motive themselves to be innovative and creative. Her work is guided from an anti-oppressive, healing focused, trauma informed and anti-Black racism lens. 

As a therapist for 13 years, Debbie works to erase the stigma associated with mental health and gives people the tools they need to share their story and recognize that they are not alone on this journey. Debbie is proficient in providing trainings and her talks are informed by her direct experience with stigma and the mental health care system. She brings her diverse and unique perspective to every audience.

County of Simcoe

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The Diversity Hub is a community of practice for partners to share, collaborate and initiate meaningful discussions/ideas. The primary goal is to connect invested stakeholders and to provide local access to resources and tools that support inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility for vulnerable population groups in Simcoe County.

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