On this episode of Just One Q, Dr. Melissa Horne chats with guest Camille Dundas co-founder of byblacks.com and principal educator at The IDEA Practice. Camille shares with listeners why personal accountability is a cornerstone in the practice of allyship and practical ways that aspiring allies and advocates can start to take ownership of their role in creating more inclusive workplaces.
Camille is the co-founder of byblacks.com, a keynote speaker, racial equity consultant, and principal educator at The IDEA Practice. Camille’s public speaking and corporate DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion) consulting is anchored in intersectionality, with specific emphasis on the idea that effective diversity work must go beyond gender. Camille’s approach is heavily rooted in explaining what allyship looks like and giving tangible steps to help transform organizations. Most recently, she’s launched Canada’s first DEI micro-credential, The Foundations of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace with Dalhousie University.