Amanda Reddick is a highly trained and experienced facilitator and counsellor. She is kept very busy providing services and consultation to community, private, and multi-level government organizations in the form of transformational Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism programming. Amanda's expertise has been shaped by her work as the Regional Program Manager with the Canadian Centre for Diversity, her roles as Facilitator, Program Resource, Black and Aboriginal Leadership Advisory and Program Designer with the Tatamagouche Training Centre, and her educational background in Peace and Conflict Studies and Religious Studies. Amanda's experience as a Counsellor and Community Worker with New Start Counselling has further refined her commitment to creating supportive and non-threatening spaces to engage in the often sensitive and difficult conversations surrounding issues of diversity.
Amanda is an internationally certified Dialogue for Peaceful Change Mediator that specializes in complex global governance, local/community, and individually based issues that require healing, community building, social justice and diversity based perspective and analysis. She is a partner in Emerge International facilitation and conflict mediation services, and she is a member of Culture, Diversity and Equity (CDI).
Facilitator: Cross-Canada Workshop