In the Press

Robyn Doolittle joins Erica to discuss the results of her latest investigative report, The Power Gap, for the Globe and Mail. The series searches for answers to why there is a lack of representation of women in decision-making positions. Read it here:...

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-92-all-in-a-day/clip/15827494-being-black-public-service Erica Ifill, a member of the Federal Black Employee Caucus and a policy analyst at Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED), shares her experiences with...

Racist Patronizing in Professional Spaces

Racist Patronizing in Professional Spaces

(Did you sign up for our bi-monthly newsletter curated with knowledge and tools on how to confront and combat biases) As we’re nearing the end of Black History Month 2021, I want to take the time to continue the discussion on allyship. What 2020 revealed is that...

Black History Month has turned into HR blackface

Black History Month has turned into HR blackface

CALGARY—Instead of organizations creating positive, inclusive environments to celebrate Black History Month with their employees, what has transpired is nothing less than an onslaught of microaggressions that would leave anyone disillusioned and depressed. Many...

Conflict Happens

Conflict Happens

(and if you’re a leader looking to grow your Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity skills, we have a Masterclass just for you) Don’t you wish you knew how to say the right thing at the right time in any situation? Especially, how to be smarter when tumultuous situations...

Erica interviews Celina Caesar-Chavannes on her new book, Can You Hear Me Now? which is a memoir of her life, especially of her time in federal politics as Member of Parliament for Whitby in Justin Trudeau's first Liberal government. Read Erica's review of Can You...