INCLUSION advisors

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We understand that the landscape of Diversity and Inclusion is not clear cut.  The nuances and thoughtfulness required to succeed in this space requires experts from a variety of backgrounds even within the field of D&I. That’s why AndHumanity will continue to grow its team of expert advisors to advise on each project and work alongside an assembled team of community experts catered to your project. 

Adeline HUYnh


Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist

Adeline Huynh (she, her, hers) – is the CEO of The Commons, a diversity + inclusion strategy firm. With almost 15 years of leadership in the field of equity, diversity and inclusion she has worked in large public sector organizations and with private sector businesses to bring about culture shift. 

Majid Khoury


Brand and Advertising Research Strategist

Majid Khoury (he, him, his) has been working in research for over 30 years making him one of the most experienced researchers in the country. Working with brands operating globally and national multi-language campaigns, Majid has seen what works well and what does not when it comes to diversity and inclusion in marketing.

Sonia Thompson


Inclusive Marketing Strategist and Consultant

Sonia Thompson is an inclusive marketing strategist & consultant, and CEO of Thompson Media Group, where she helps companies deliver inclusive and remarkable customer experiences that win customers. She also writes weekly columns for both Forbes and Inc. where she covers how belonging, inclusive marketing, and remarkable customer experiences fuel growth and customer loyalty.

Sabre Pictou Lee


Indigenous Liaison and Researcher

Sabre Pictou Lee (she, her) is Mi’kmaq from Eel River Bar First Nation in New Brunswick and the co-foundee and CEO of Archipel Research & Consulting.  She is a much sought after Indigenous liaison and researcher, having worked in Indigenous-related program development, facilitation, policy development and analysis. With this expertise, Sabre seeks to build bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations. Sabre has her M.A. in Indigenous and Canadian Studies (Carleton University), her B.F.A. in Art History and Indigenous Studies (Concordia University) and is a current Juris Doctor of Law Student (Dalhousie University).

Jefferson Darrell


Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist

Jefferson Darrell is Founder and CEO of boutique JEDI (justice equity decolonization inclusion) consultancy Breakfast Culture™ ( Jefferson is among Canada’s earliest outliers in the IDEA (inclusion diversity equity accessibility) arena; successfully driving positive change management for organizations for the past five years resulting in more diverse and inclusive teams and increased revenue or new business opportunities. Jefferson is an accomplished marketing communications and public relations professional with more than 15 years of brand strategy expertise generating earned and owned media using traditional and digital channels. Learn more about inspiring empathy in business by following Breakfast Culture on social media using #LetsBreakSomeEggs!

Alden Habacon


Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist

Alden E. Habacon (he, him, his) is one of Canada’s leading diversity and inclusion strategists and facilitators. He is well known in this field and highly regarded for his fourteen years of impact, and his innovative work around inclusive leadership, unconscious bias and intercultural training.

Amil ReDDy


Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist

Amil Reddy (they, them, theirs) has worked alongside communities and companies across North America since 2008 to do better by being better. As a consultant and leader in organizational development as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion, their primary goal is to bring people together to create positive and meaningful change. All of the work Amil does does is rooted by their intersectional experience as a trans person of colour and parent/teller of dad jokes.


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Adapted from Dr. Bennett’s Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity, our self-assessment tool can help you learn how inclusive your brand is, as well as next steps and tips to improve.

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