Join Theresa Garcia, Aime Hutton and Ame-Lia Tamburrini as they begin a courageous and overdue conversation in our community. We will discuss:
Are we living up to our diversity and inclusion values?
How do inclusion and diversity impact all of us?
What can we do as a community to ensure everyone feels like they belong?
Each of our panelists bring a unique perspective on how we can bring about the change in ourselves and in our communities, and we hope you join us and bring your ideas and perspectives.
Ame-Lia Tamburrini is a transformational speaker, community change-maker, facilitator and CEO of Hum Consulting - an organization dedicated to increasing connection in our communities one conversation at a time. With over 14 years of engaging with diverse communities across the globe and going through her own personal transformation from isolation and anger to deep connection, Ame-Lia has learned what it takes to change the world. Hint: it starts with you. Her unique blend of compassion, directness, and humour help clients and listeners embrace the courageous journey of turning inward instead of outward to bring about the change they want to see in their workplaces and communities. Be prepared to be inspired!
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 a Youth Diversity Advisor, Aime helps educators facilitate safe spaces for young female students so they can instill connection, inclusion, and courage in themselves. As a 5-time international best-selling author/compiler Aime shares hope, healing, and inspiration through her writing. She was a finalist for the International Femtor Awards 2015 for eWomenNetwork in the category of Business Matchmaker from Dallas, Texas, USA. Being 1 of 6 in North America, and the only Canadian. In 2017 Aime was awarded the Peace & Friendship Award by Diversity Magazine in Alberta for being one who celebrates, accepts, and learns from the Indigenous people of Canada. Currently Aime sits on the Gender and Sexual Diversity Advisory Board with the Calgary Police Service, as well as she represents Alberta on the National Network for Mental Health Alliance Board.
Founder of Rubi’s Positive Empowerment, Theresa Garcia has a passion for helping others to become their best selves personally and professionally. With years of experience in the employment industry, Theresa’s ability to match people’s talents, skills, and passions with a position that pays them is recognized in the state of Colorado.
|Start Date||06/08/2021 06:00 PM|
|End Date||06/08/2021 08:30 PM|
|Informal Networking||5:30 pm|
Online - Zoom