Our DEI work began with a focus on workplace accessibility and disability inclusion. We’ve advised dozens of employers in the recruitment and retention of talent with disabilities.
Today, our work has expanded to create systemic inclusion for people with disabilities, racialized, Indigenous and other underrepresented groups.
Our team is a diverse, multi-disciplinary group of senior experts in organisational culture, Indigenous collaboration, change management, disability inclusion and communications.
Our combined expertise spans over 120 years in private, public and nonprofit sectors, across a range of industries.
Our Founder Anna-Karina Tabuñar has 25 years of success in corporate communications, strategy, community advocacy and journalism. This work is deeply personal because of her own lived experience, which she shares in speaking engagements. Anna-Karina was host of the award-winning TV series “Canada in Perspective,” the country's first show focusing on disability and inclusion. She sits on the Board of Directors of the Vanier Institute of the Family. She is a proud mom of three plus a canine.
Anna-Karina has taken experienced corporate leaders and made them more effective as leaders and spokespersons. Anna-Karina is a true professional in every sense of the word.
The Honourable David Pratt,
Canada's 36th Minister of National Defence
Anna-Karina and her powerful documentary Talent Untapped
were a great hit at The Conference Board's 20th Corporate D&I Conference in New York City. Her talent for engaging others
makes this an incredibly impactful an important contribution.
Her documentary puts into the hands of D&I practitioners
everywhere a powerful tool to create understanding and compel change.
Anna-Karina's commitment and passion for everything are contagious and has enabled us to shed light on our teams and
our achievements. She knew how to direct and push us towards excellence as leaders and move toward our ambition!