Workshops

Workshops are offered in person or live online. We design and customize the workshops to directly meet the needs of our clients, incorporate interactive impactful experiential elements and are developed in accordance with adult learning best practices.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Training

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Workplace Assessments

In-person or live online customized Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) training courses customized to your workplace and culture. All trainings include a customized actionable tool

Workplace Assessments

A multitude of online on-demand Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) courses available anytime, anywhere you need them. Expand your professional development and amplify your DEI skills

Workplace Assessments

Our webinars provide you with the latest DEI skills, tools and strategies through virtual trainings and workshops conducted by experts and designed to be applied easily to your workplace.

Workplace Assessments

The Forum on the Future of GBA+ to be held virtually in October 2020 for its inaugural year. Receive a GBA+ training and learn from leading experts how to use this tool to transform your work and catalyze inclusion.

Our Results

250

Students

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800

Raised

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95

Percent

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Sectors

Marcie is very familiar with the energy industry and can train and conduct gender-based analysis plus (GBA+) impact assessments, as part of a socio-economic impact assessment. Marcie has trained the Canadian Energy Regulator and the federal government in GBA+. She also previously worked with the Government of Alberta, where she led government relations and advocacy efforts in the United States for the energy sector. She is a strong advocate for pipeline construction, the economy, diversity and innovation in the industry, and in Alberta’s world-class environmental regulations. In this capacity, she worked closely with U.S. legislators, think tanks and media to translate Alberta’s message across the U.S. She has visited and met with oil sands workers all over Northern Alberta, touring numerous mining and in situ sites and has heard and seen first-hand the experiences of diverse individuals working in this sector and their experiences during the economic downturn. She is committed to help energy companies in Alberta excel and to harness their diversity into a sustainable business advantage.

Marcie understands the challenges that non-profits experience. She previously worked at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland and the international non-profit organization (NGO) Human Rights Watch. In this capacity, she led strategy development, campaigns and advocacy efforts on behalf of a coalition of NGOs at the United Nations.

Marcie has over a decade of experience with the Government of Canada and the Government of Alberta. She has established employee resource groups, conflict management systems, mentorship and leadership development programs. Her career has spanned roles as a director and senior advisor to various Alberta Ministers. She was the architect of several Alberta strategies to gain pipeline approval in the U.S., the creation of the Status of Women ministry and the design and management of a catalytic government grant program. See Key Projects section for additional details.

Marcie also has considerable political experience as a gender equity and diversity policy and strategy advisor to several political candidates, party leadership contestants and party leaders.

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