Rasha Fahim (she/her)
I am a regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), registered and licensed member of the ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council). I hold a diploma in Canadian Immigration Law from Ashton College in British Columbia. I also have a Master of Arts and Master of Education that have equipped me with the necessary knowledge to work with international students. My extensive experience in teaching international students and working in the settlement sector has provided me with the insight and understanding of how to help newcomers to Canada and to support those who wish to make Canada a part of their future.
I am currently a Board Director at the Maltby Centre and have been actively involved with other committees in the community to share newcomer perspectives through the equity lens.
By email firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone 1-613-668-0059
Sunita Gupta (she/her)
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Consultant
As an EDI consultant, I identify barriers to inclusion in the workplace and help organizations move forward with a planful approach to drive measurable change in employee engagement, performance and retention enhancing the organizational culture.
I have been an active member in the Kingston community for the past twenty-five years. I am involved as a volunteer on several boards and committees, currently as a Board Director for the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Sub-Committee Member for the Mayor’s Kingston Economic Recovery Team and other Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committees. I am the Past President of the India-Canada Association of Kingston and past Board Director for the Tett Centre. I am a Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional (CCIP). I have a certificate in Leadership and Inclusion from Centennial College and a certificate in Ethics and Contemporary Social Issues: Immigration and Integration from St. Paul’s and Ottawa Universities.
By email GuptaS@i2cimmigration.ca
By phone 613-453-4011
Karhinéhtha' Cortney Clark
I am an Academic Advisor for the EDI Office at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University and a Research Assistant, Department of Emergency Medicine at KHSC. My role is to advise on policy development and strategies relating to Indigenous Health Education (!HE), Faculty professional development, University recruitment, University program advising and Indigenous student support programming. I am an Associate Chair at the National Consortium for Indigenous Medical Education, and a Program Manager for the Healthy Homes Model program delivery with fly-in, remote Indigenous community partners. I can help organizations gain a deeper understanding of Indigenous-centred research, cultural safety, intercultural collaborations and the development of meaningful Land Acknowledgements.
I am a Doctor of Science, Rehabilitation and Health Leadership program, with an Indigenous Health specialization.
By email Cortneyclark8@gmail.com