Our Vision

"Every individual voice and body is equal in all
community decision-making."

Inclusive Voices has a mission to re-establish and revitalize the power that Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, 2SLGBTQQIA and differently-abled peoples inherently bring to any conversation. The power of identity as lived through cultural sovereignty is of the upmost value within any global corporate structures. Our goals are to expand the learning capacity of all citizens toward embracing the role of cultural difference and diversity in society, furthering communities eager to commit to self-determining respectful partnerships with IBPOC 2SLGBTQQIA Peoples.

Our Values

+ Embrace all voices and bodies inclusive of their cultures, cultural identities, and self-defining identities

+ Promote individual abilities, skills and gifts to collaborate with all people

+ Establish collegial environments that are safe and welcoming for Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, 2SLGBTQQIA and differently-abled peoples

+ Encourage consensus-based decision-making within all relationships

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Cultivate opportunities of reciprocity between people, the land and the wealth of natural resources around the globe

Collaborative Partners

Our team is comprised of a group of associated professionals and firms. This consortium of voices works collaboratively to ensure that your organization's needs are met. The team includes individuals with a wide breadth of knowledge and experiences who are committed to ensuring cultural, arts and heritage sectors are inclusive and accessible to all.

Dr. Terri Brennan

Dr. Terri Brennan

kawehnóhkwes tsi kawè:note, Wolfe Island

I am a cultural planning and engagement professional with 30+ years of experience across the South Pacific, the UK, Europe, Egypt, Nepal, and North America. In 2017 I launched my own consulting firm a

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Rhonda Kronyk

Rhonda Kronyk

Edmonton, AB

In May 2018, I attended the Editors' Association of Canada conference. The opening speaker was Cate Friesen. While her entire talk was fascinating, one thing really struck home with me - we need to...

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Shannon Monk

Shannon Monk

Truro, NS

I have specialized in working in education and with First Nations for over 35 years. I created the Indigenous CIRCLE Approach to Cultural Confidence ™ to give organizations and individuals...

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Martha Wood

Martha Wood

Ottawa, ON / Wellington, NZ

I am an experienced museum programmer, I am interested in working with communities to develop meaningful and lasting projects through authentic dialogue...

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Annalee Adair

Annalee Adair

Gananoque, ON

I am a cultural planner and public art consultant with over 30 years’ experience working with and for municipalities and with private sector clients. I am the Director of A. Adair & Associates and the

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Rebecca Rolfe

Rebecca Rolfe

Kingston, ON

Student Success Facilitator at FNTI First Nations Technical Institute

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Danielle Marshall

Danielle Marshall

Brockville, ON

I have over 10 years of experience in the cultural heritage sector in both not-for-profit and private settings. She is experienced in digitization, collections management, exhibit development...

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 Jared Boland

Jared Boland

Toronto, ON

I am a cis queer settler currently living on Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, and Mississaugas of the New Credit territory...

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Ensure every individual in your community has a voice.

Engage us today to ensure your cultural projects are designed by and for the voices and opinions of everyone in your community.

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