Learning from our Alumni: New Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion

April 28, 2021 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

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The School of Human Resource Management presents

Learning from our Alumni: New Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion in time of uncertainty

Wednesday, April 28th at 6:15pm

Our speakers Dean Delpeache and Krystal Abotossaway will join us for an interactive session and Q&A, followed by networking in breakout rooms.

Dean Delpeache is a diversity and inclusion strategist who has spent more than a decade focused on talent management and creating frameworks of equity for organizations. He is a Professor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace at George Brown College, is currently the Director of Talent and Diversity at Fiix Software and also runs a consultancy, Strasity, where he helps organizations design a strategic framework focused on diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity (DIBE). Dean possesses a Master of Human Resources Management degree from York University and a Leadership and Inclusion Certificate from Centennial College.

Dean’s presentation will focus on: Diversity in Recruitment and methodology for Reducing Anti-Black Racism.

Krystal Abotossaway is a well sought after expert, speaker and leader on Indigenous engagement. As Senior Manager at TD Bank, she is responsible for TD's Indigenous Peoples strategy, integrating colleague, customer, and community perspectives while continuing to build TD's brand as the employer, bank, and community partner of choice for Indigenous Peoples. Abotossaway’s passion and leadership for advancing more agile diversity engagement strategies has contributed to TD’s ongoing recognition as Canada’s Leader in embracing diversity -- including being recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers,

Krystal’s presentation will focus on: Indigenous Recruitment & Engagement: Building Indigenous inclusion from within.