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.
Naomi (pronouns she/her/hers) is a woman of Afro-Caribbean and European descent born and currently residing on unceded Coast Salish territories (Vancouver). She is a facilitator, educator, social justice activist and performing artist who believes in the power of art to heal communities, affect social change and document history.
As the founder of Euphony Works, Naomi brings her cross-sector 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 inequity. Throughout her professional career she has had the honour of developing and leading creative initiatives with organizations such as The National Music Centre, BC Alliance for Arts & Culture, Selkirk College and BC Touring Council. Naomi continues to be an active advocate for community building and empowerment through the arts.