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Leading Volunteers with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – Shared perspectives, transforming community


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May 11, 2023 9:30 am
May 11, 2023 11:30 am

Staff and volunteers of Volunteer Ottawa member organizations can access this learning opportunity at no additional cost. If this is your case, please email us at [email protected] to process your registration.


This workshop is in development! Check back soon for updates.


Who should attend?

Staff leading volunteers, volunteers leading other volunteers, and generalist staff working with volunteers.


What to bring?

This workshop will be hosted live online over the Zoom platform; learners should join this session from a Zoom-capable device and be able to participate through oral or written interventions. The link will be circulated in advance. If you haven’t received the link, please contact: [email protected]


Learning outcomes


About your facilitators

This workshop will be led by Dwaine Taylor and Adam Janes.

Dwaine Taylor is a consultant, facilitator, fundraiser and the Managing Director of newpact – a social impact learning platform and consulting agency based in Ottawa, Ontario (the traditional, unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg people). His specialties are helping organizations launch social impact initiatives and implement anti-oppression practices. Dwaine’s professional experience spans the corporate, nonprofit, and education sectors. Outside of newpact, Dwaine is currently leading equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) initiatives for the student affairs division at Carleton University.

Adam Janes is a passionate not-for-profit leader with a heart for advocacy and community building. Adam currently is the Director of Program and Fund Development at Volunteer Ottawa.  He has served as the Vice-Chair of OLV (Ottawa Leaders of Volunteers), January 2021-2023, has written for, for the CCVA, Volunteer Ottawa and is the volunteer management consultant at Beyond the Bake Sale, a platform for not-for-profit innovation. Adam lives in Ottawa with his wife and three amazing and rapidly growing children.

Leaders of Volunteers Learning Path

This workshop is part of a sequence of seven Volunteer Ottawa workshops and communities of practice (Learning Path) aimed at supporting leaders of volunteers and volunteer programs. If you want to know more about this Learning Path click here.

Volunteer Ottawa member organizations can register up to two staff members or volunteers by clicking here.

Learn more about what to expect after registrations and cancellations here.

Leading Volunteers with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – Shared perspectives, transforming community


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