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Course Curriculum

    1. Course Information

    2. Learning and Resource Guides

    3. Digital Platform Demo Video

    1. Hello From Feminuity! [Video]

    2. Introduction [Video]

    3. Self Assessment Instructions

    4. Self Assessment [Platform]

    5. Lesson 1: Land Acknowledgements and Reconciliation [Video]

    6. Activity: Land Acknowledgements and Reconciliation [Learning Guide]

    7. Lesson 2: Building on Diversity in the Workplace [Video]

    8. Activity: Intention Setting [Learning Guide]

    9. Summary

    1. Introduction [Video]

    2. Lesson 1: Key Definitions [Video]

    3. Quiz: Check Your Understanding [Platform]

    4. Summary

    1. Introduction [Video]

    2. Activity: My Network [Video & Learning Guide]

    3. Lesson 1: Introduction to Bias [Video]

    4. Lesson 2: Common Biases [Video]

    5. Lesson 3: How We Think [External Video]

    6. Lesson 4: Mental Shortcuts and Stereotypes [Video]

    7. Common Stereotypes Activity Instructions [Learning Guide]

    8. Activity: Common Stereotypes Reflection [Learning Guide]

    9. Summary

    1. Introduction [Video]

    2. Lesson 1 & Activity: My Identities [Video & Learning Guide]

    3. Lesson 2: Privilege, Power, and Oppression [Video]

    4. Activity: Privilege and Power Activity and Debrief [Video & Learning Guide]

    5. Lesson 3: Intersectionality [Video]

    6. Activity: Me, Myself, and I [Learning Guide]

    7. Quiz: Check Your Understanding [Platform]

    8. Summary

    1. Introduction [Video]

    2. Lesson 1: Allyship [Video]

    3. Activity: Solidarity [Video & Learning Guide]

    4. Lesson 2: Inclusive Leadership [Video]

    5. Summary

About this course

  • $199.00
  • 58 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content

Meet your Facilitators

Dr. Sarah Saska (She, Her, Elle)

Dr. Sarah Saska (She, Her, Elle) is a seasoned academic, advisor, and entrepreneur who embraces the complexities of the human experience. She led pioneering doctoral research highlighting the need for ethical approaches to technology design. Renowned as a TEDx speaker and celebrated among Canada's Most Powerful Women, she is known for being hard on issues and soft on people. You can find her straightforward and actionable approach to her work featured on CBC’s The National or in Fast Company.

Steph Rebello (She, Her)

Steph Rebello (She, Her) works with organizations to develop resilient DEI strategies, using creative design tools, intentional dialogue, and future-focused research methods. As a daughter of immigrants, Steph believes in connectivity and compassion in the face of conflicting ideologies. Centring on sustainability and social impact, Steph started in the non-profit sphere and gradually moved to the corporate sector. She is focused on building shared accountability and leveraging cross-functional expertise to develop equitable systems and programs.

Maeve Plummer (She, They)

Maeve Plummer (She, They) blends storytelling, interactive exercises, data, and policy analysis to advance workplace equity. Passionate about LGBTQIA+ justice, Maeve's diverse experience includes contributing to the Digital Transgender Archive and working with Out & Equal. As a certified Human Resources professional, queer activist, and scholar, Maeve embraces a global and intersectional perspective in their work. She understands that identities are never insulated from the environments a person inhabits and believes teams are strongest when they creatively infuse differences across operations.

Narmeen Hasan (She, Her)

Narmeen Hasan (She, Her) skillfully orchestrates business operations, propels strategic initiatives, and drives organizational scaling. She grasps the big picture, pinpoints the details that need to be done, and is relentlessly proactive in executing it. Passionate about unlocking human potential, she advocates for collaborative solutions for global social challenges. Informed by personal experiences, she advocates with knowledge and authenticity for an intersectional approach. As an engaged community leader, she contributes to LGBTQIA2+ panels and directs grassroots initiatives against gender-based violence.

KT Venti (They/Them)

Equipped with degrees in Psychology and Research Analysis, KT Venti (They, Them) excels in designing, launching, and analyzing quantitative research for data-informed, people-focused Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies. Passionate about DEI in both professional and personal settings, they understand the importance of being your authentic self in all aspects of life and the strengths of having a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment. They know that teams are at their best when members feel truly involved and recognized.

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What Our Clients Have To Say

Talent Advisor, MaRS

Faith Tull, (She, Her)

“Feminuity’s approach to educating the corporate world is second to none. All of their instructors and subject matter experts are just that, experts. Their level of research is world class and we’re proud to be associated with this organization.”

President & COO, GoodLife FITNESS

Jane Riddell, (She, Her)

“Feminuity's training was a refreshing reminder that we have a larger commitment to our world. I enjoyed every minute of it. From my perspective, it was an invaluable investment of my time.”

CEO Camp Ooch & Camp Trillium

Alex Robertson, (He, Him)

“My experience with Level-UP was engaging, informative, challenging and, honestly, fun! I thoroughly enjoyed it. The team at Feminuity has created an accessible and relevant, of the time, educational experience. Kudos”
Our work began on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat Peoples. It is also home to many First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples. As a fully remote team, we encourage our clients, partners, and each other to reflect on colonialism’s enduring legacy and engage in active reconciliation.