Caitlin Downie holds a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology & Social Anthropology and is a PhD candidate in Education and Social Justice. Her research focus is on human rights, inclusion education, belonging, and equity. She is active in issues of ant-racism, feminism and queer advocacy. She has 8 years experience in research, facilitation, and program development and evaluation. Caitlin currently sits as Chair of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO's Coalition of Inclusive Municipalities and has received numerous awards for her work including from the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee, Alberta "Friend of Diversity"Award, 50 under 50 YMM, and Girls Inc. Woman of Inspiration.
We work with you to develop a comprehensive evaluation of your organization's workplace diversity & inclusion needs, gaps, and opportunities. We use a human centered approach that acknowledges the social and human perspective of any system. We understand the complexity of systems including workplaces and use an equity lens to develop solutions that move the needle on inclusion.