Our Services


our online distance learning service

For individuals or groups, we provide webinars on subjects such as:

- Intersectionality and Identity

- History of racism

- Creating Anti-Racist Organizational Cultures

- dismantling anti-Blackness in the media


our interpersonal service

For conferences, training and professional development, we offer:

- customized workshops
- keynote speaking

- panel facilitation

- policy development

-  program management and coordination

- anti-racist leadership coaching


our premium executive service

Working closely with leadership teams, we offer cultural competency auditing and consulting services to meet your organization's specific needs. With experience in mediation, policy development, strategic planning and personnel training, we will collaboratively develop a
program and work together to address equity & inclusion objectives.

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beyond diversity

We empower compassionate and progressive leaders with tools to create and nurture equitable and inclusive cultures.

Our solutions-based approach is to "call-in" leaders to realize their full potential to engage partners, members, stakeholders and staff of underrepresented identities, particularly gender diverse and racialized peoples.


Providing an intersectional, anti-oppression perspective and approach to our work, we educate, empower and collaborate with leadership teams to implement policy, create strategic planning, and help to nurture growth and healthy, inclusive practices.

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Naomi Gracechild (she/they) is a woman of Afro-Caribbean and European descent born and currently residing on unceded occupied territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations (colonially referred to as Vancouver, BC, Canada).   She has lived and worked in various communities in BC, Alberta and Ontario and her professional background includes arts nonprofit, education, telecommunications, health care, human resources and hospitality.


Beyond tokenistic ideals of "diversity and inclusion", Naomi is a champion of healing and justice to create new paradigms of healthy, equitable and intersectional organizational cultures.  As the founder of Euphony Works, she offers her inter-sectoral experience in both urban and rural communities to help clients gain a deeper understanding of socio-political dynamics in order to effectively address issues of injustice and collectively heal from wounds of systemic/structural racism and colonialism.

An interdisciplinary artist with an educational background in music, Naomi's visionary visual art practice is centered around narratives of women of the African diaspora. With a focus on visual storytelling through portraiture, she honors the power of art to heal communities, elevate consciousness, affect social change and document history.


Naomi's social venture, Melanin Rising Apparel, creates apparel, acessories and personal care products "for melanated people and the people who LOVE us".  Melanin Rising lies on the intersections of art, fashion and social justice, centering and amplifying the creativity of people of the African Diaspora.

What Our Clients Say

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"Naomi is exactly the kind of person you want consulting on your project. She understands that equitable transformation of any project or organization is a multifaceted process that requires nuance, care, and time, and that dismantling aged oppressive structures isn't something you can do overnight. She committed to helping us at every stage of our project and provided thorough analysis and clear direction, while having some fun along the way. "

Ricky Castanedo Laredo

Music Director


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EUPHONY in the media


Ending workplace racism requires change at the top, experts say


Nick Eagland, Vancouver Sun

Jun 12, 2020


'People can only use the tools they have,' says Black artist after terse CBC interview

Jerome Turner, Ricochet Media

Jun 18, 2020


Vancouver theatre community pulls back the curtain on systemic racism

Gail Johnson, Stir Magazine

Jun 18, 2020

We are currently accepting new clients on a case-by-case basis, prioritizing projects with Black, Indigenous and racialized leadership, and those who have already laid the groundwork for healing and justice within their organizations.

For inquiries, please contact us at hello@euphony.works or fill out the contact form below!

Thank you for your request to EUPHONY!  Someone will get back to you as soon as we can!

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email: hello@euphony.works

tel:  250-509-2030

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EUPHONY operates on the unceded ancestral territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples. We strive to work in ways that are reciprocal and in support of the sovereignty of the nations of these territories as we continue to decolonize our professional practices.