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Pollinator Social Innovation
As Founder and Principal Consultant at Pollinator Social Innovation (PSI), a boutique EDI&B, Innovation, Leadership & Organisational Development and Service design Consultancy, I am 100% committed to the diversity agenda. Personally, I consider myself a Decolonial Activist and therefore diversity champion. This stance informs all of the work I do within and beyond PSI. So, regarding the Diversity Charter, I pledge to utilise and deploy as many of the pro forma recommendations provided by the Charter in PSIs direct work and to recommend to ALL our clients that they too, proactively engage with the Charter, adopt it and champion it through their professional and social networks. Change is possible. Hope is power. Action is where change lands. A luta continua!...
Encouraging psychological safety, inclusion, and demonstrating from my own transgender journey that anything is possible and helping all I encounter to build self and to realise their value. I am also on the board / panel for diversity and inclusion at Infosys Consulting.
Toby V. Rao
Tora Solutions LLC
Diversity and Inclusion should not be a question of choice. It should be a given. But it is seldom that way. As a community organizer, speaker, trainer, and coach I will do everything in my capacity to withhold the values of Diversity and Inclusion!
Nurturing diversity, nurtures progress. Denying diversity leads to progress atrophy, and society is forever poorer for the denial.
Respect everyone for their goodness and uniqueness, and challenge everyone to be their best selves - for others.
From Scratch Communications
As a speaker, I will approach each event with a mindset of humble enquiry about the speaker community and the topics presented: who's present, who's absent? Knowing that some forms of diversity may be invisible, I will raise the topic and invite others to think about potential barriers for underprivileged speakers.