NEWS FLASH! Must-see Diversity star Hamlin Grange
Exclusive interview with one of Canada’s best!
Hamlin Grange, Founder of DiversiPro and past CBC and TVO journalist and television host!
By Marie Gervais
Exciting news! In just 4 days…
Tuesday November 14th at 1:30 p.m MST, 3:30 p.m. ET
I am going to be interviewing Hamlin Grange LIVE from my Shift headquarters in Edmonton.
You are NOT going to want to miss out on this amazing event with this award winning journalists and TV Host, who has helped many people find and use their voice and take their places in Canadian society through his mentorship.
Grab your spot right away!
Hamlin is a diversity and inclusion strategist with nearly two decades of experience working with individuals, teams and organizations to help them meet the challenges and reap the rewards of a culturally diverse population. He is president and principal consultant of DiversiPro, a diversity consulting firm based in Toronto.
Before establishing DiversiPro in 2000, Hamlin was a CBC and TVO journalist and television host in Toronto and a journalism instructor at Ryerson University. He has mentored dozens of professionals from under-represented communities, while opening doors and removing barriers for hundreds more.
Throughout his professional and community service career, Hamlin has been an active leader on initiatives designed to open minds and opportunities. He has led or co-led initiatives in the media industry that have created dialogue and relationships between powerful media executives and members of under-represented groups such as persons who have disabilities, immigrants, people of colour and youth living in vulnerable communities.
I am SO EXCITED to interview Hamlin and discover some of the links between his personal life journey, cultural background and leadership development.
Will you join me? Register here before we run out of spots on our webinar!
P.S. I almost forgot to mention that Hamlin is a member of the Toronto Police Services Board, Board member of Canadian Women in Communications, a former Trustee of the Royal Ontario Museum, and former member of the Board of Directors of the YMCA of Greater Toronto; co-founder of the Harry Jerome Awards and the Harry Jerome Scholarship Fund; founding board member of the Black Business and Professional Association; co-founder of Innoversity, as well as co-founder and Vice-President of the Canadian Association of Black Journalists. Whew! That was an impressive list!