Big news! Hot off the press! Dana submitted a project proposal to Black Thrive Lambeth, and it was successfully selected for funding. Dana can scarcely believe it herself. There was lots of self-pinching here at HQs. Want to find out more about the project and how you can get involved?
Dana has been a very busy bee! And not just with her client work. She’s been a Keynote and Conference Speaker, appeared on podcasts, hosted webinars and even had the chance to be a University Guest Lecturer . Want to find out more about all the things she’s been up to lately?
What is Someone Else’s Shoes? A chance to walk in another person’s footsteps and see the world through their eyes. This video series is an open look at other people’s lives, from life-altering experiences, to common micro-aggressions with lessons for us all at the very end.
Did you know that Dana has written a children’s book set in her native Trinidad and Tobago and has another in the pipeline? Trini Christmas Alphabet is based on Dana’s twins boys and tells the story of the experience of Christmas through their eyes using the letters of the alphabet.
Dana is a unique voice in the Diversity & Inclusion space. Down – to – earth and relatable she makes a complex and emotive subject easier to digest and simpler to understand. Her passionate storytelling and the sharing of lived experiences, often with a humorous edge bring the subjects to life. She is also a pro at giving clarity on practical actions that can be taken right away to start your inclusion and belonging journey.
Karlene Carlton, Senior Strategic Program Manager at Freddie Mac
Dana ran a session on inclusion and allyship for our think tank. The session was pitched perfectly for the audience and was received with a lot of enthusiasm by those who attended. Dana’s delivery was engaging, funny, and authoritative throughout. I would highly recommend her for this kind of session, no matter what unique circumstances you believe your organization presents!
Katie Thorpe, Learning and Development Manager at Institute for Government
Getting Diversity & Inclusion training pitched right and key messages across is notoriously difficult but Dana smashed it. The sessions helped tackle head-on some cultural change issues and built the confidence of the managers to drive these forward. The sessions were hands-on, practical, and interactive, with lots of discussion, opportunities for the participants to work together, learn from each other and important to listen to and understand different viewpoints and cultures.
Averil Price, Corporate Director at Wealden DC
Dana doesn’t only bring bags of energy and passion to everything she does, she also brings a huge heart, an open and non – judgemental perspective and ‘smarts’ that put her in what I think of as an elite group of exceptional thought leaders and mentors that I keep coming back to for better answers, different and enabling frames of reference and a shining example of the coaching principal ‘continuous positive regard’ for people.
Paul Brown, Change Agent and Coach at Brown Paper Coaching
Here at Diversity Dana we know that your name is more than just a name! It's part of your heritage, identity and pride. But all over the world, names are constantly mispronounced. And regardless of [...]