I was interviewed on CBC Information Morning on April 27, 2018 on addressing Unconscious bias. Nova Scotia Conservatives may be about to get some sensitivity training, after the MLA for Cumberland made some head turning comments earlier this month. The party's interim leader has suggested all the party's MLAs may get cultural sensitivity training. Shakira Weatherdon is an equity and inclusion consultant at the NSCC. Ann Divine is the CEO of Ashanti Leadership and Development Services. http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/122054150780
Top 25 Immigrant in the Maritimes
Celebrating 50 years of Human Rights in Nova Scotia
recognizing the achievements of the Nova scotia Human Rights Commission - 50th year Anniversary celebrations
African Canadian Women Doing Business (Ann Divine, Amanda White, Lezlie States, and Crystal John), in partnership with Halifax Public Library during AHM 2018.
nominated 2018 Women of influence Awards
Through timely innovation, strategic thinking and smart execution, the recipient of this award has built and managed one or more successful businesses over a period of 10 years. With a proven track record of growth, profitability, and industry leadership, this entrepreneur’s exploits have generated an uncommon degree of economic growth, and she has shown to possess the drive, managerial acumen and leadership traits that others aspire to have.