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Workshop: Ramp Up Reconciliation at Work

DATE: Thursday, April 7, 2022
TIME: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM AST

About this WORKSHOP

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Join us for this free, 1-hour interactive workshop where we will explore four areas for engaging and taking action:

  • Reflecting on the past
  • Creating awareness of our identities and biases
  • Translating intention into action
  • Being an ally for a more inclusive future

You will also have the opportunity to network with others interested in equity and inclusion.

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Meet the Co-Facilitators

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Corrie Melanson (she/they)

Corrie Melanson is a queer advocate and facilitator, able-bodied, white, settler, and a mom of three racialized kids. She is a learning experience designer based in Kjipuktuk (Halifax), NS. Corrie is passionate about creating learning experiences that are safe, inclusive, and connect personal, organizational, and systemic change.

Her decades of experience include systems change work in non-profits, private enterprises, government, and First Nations.

In her community, Corrie co-founded Rainbow Refugee Association of Nova Scotia (RRANS), a non-profit working to support, resettle, and advocate for LGBTQI+ refugees.


Jenene Wooldridge (she/her)

Executive Director, Mi’kmaw author and advocate Jenene Wooldridge is passionate about promoting better understanding of Indigenous people and fostering a true spirit of inclusion and reconciliation. Jenene comes from a long line of hereditary and elected Chiefs.

Her book “Living Full Circle”, a 52-week undated planner inspired by Medicine Wheel teachings, is centered on living life with intention and balance. She was named one of the top 25 most powerful women in business by Atlantic Business Magazine in 2021 and recently obtained ICD.D designation.

Jenene resides in Kuntal Kwesawe’kl (Rocky Point), with her husband and two children in Epekwitk (PEI).


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