The Skin I’m In: Experiences of Racial Imposter Syndrome
Racial Imposter Syndrome is a thing. I’m here to talk about it.
Using an Adaptive Leadership Framework to Advance Racial Equity in Planning
Executive leaders who incorporate an adaptive leadership style is the most effective in advancing racial equity in local government agencies, such as transit.
The Effect of Black Businesses, Arts and Culture on Toronto’s Economy
IntroductionEconomic drivers in local communities relate to the diversity of talent that exists. Diversity of talent ranges from entrepreneurs to those in arts and culture, particularly from Canada’s immigrant population’s contribution, as a positive influence on city-regions (Gertler, 2009, 120). What makes Canadian cities like Toronto flourish is its “distinctive cultural capital” that is felt […]
Organizational change must include equity and inclusion
Organizational change must include equity and inclusion.
Moving past diversity towards inclusion and racial equity
I wrote a little something about organizations and its leaders who stall on diversity and don’t move towards inclusion and racial equity.