Leading Change: Advancing Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging
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Join BC Housing CEO Shayne Ramsay for a discussion on how the organization is addressing racism, ableism and other forms of systemic discrimination through its new Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (OEDIB).
BC Housing has crucial work already underway, such as asset management MOUs with First Nations and partnerships with a wide range of Indigenous housing organizations and non-profits that serve marginalized and equity-seeking communities. We also know there is much more that can and will be done.
Join the conversation for a thought-provoking discussion on how leaders can be a part of the change, and advance equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging within their organizations.
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Executive Director, Indigenous Initiatives and Partnerships
About the speaker:
Since May 2000, Shayne Ramsay has been the CEO of BC Housing. He was responsible for setting up the Homeowner Protection Office in 1998 and also served as its first CEO. Prior to being appointed CEO, Shayne was director of development services for BC Housing, and director of housing policy and program development with the former Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in B.C.
In addition to his work as CEO, Shayne serves as chair of the Board of Directors for the Crown Corporation Employer's Association, an agency that represents human resource issues for the provincial crown corporations in British Columbia. He is also chair of Housing Partnership Canada, a peer network and business collaboration of social housing leaders committed to innovation. Shayne has a graduate degree in urban planning from the University of Toronto.