Humber has identified as its Strategic Priority #7 under Pillar #3, Healthy and Inclusive Community, to continue to build a diverse and inclusive community of exceptional students, faculty and staff. The specific supporting action is to establish and implement an institutional framework and strategy for equity, diversity and inclusion that addresses the needs of both students and employees.
What is an Employee Resource Group:
Employee Resource Groups are voluntary, employee-led groups that foster a diverse and inclusive workplace aligned with organizational mission, values, goals, business practices, and objectives. Additional benefits include the development of future leaders, increased employee engagement, and expanded marketplace reach. - https://www.catalyst.org/topics/ergs
The Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Taskforce launched Humber's LGBT2SQ Employee Resource Group (ERG) on Thursday, November 5, 2020. Adam Benn is the co-lead of the LGBT2SQ ERG.
Humber employees who identify as LGBT2SQ and are interested in joining the LGBT2SQ ERG are invited to send an email to Adam Benn, Co-Lead, LGBT2SQ ERG and Manager, Human Rights, Equity & Diversity at Adam.Benn@humber.ca.
The EDI Taskforce launched Humber's Black/African Employee Resource Group (ERG) on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. Professors Audrene Kerr-Brown and Morris Beckford are co-leading Humber’s Black/African ERG. This Group meets on the last Monday of every month.
Humber employees who identify as Black/African and are interested in joining this ERG are invited to send an email to the Black/African ERG at BlackERG@humber.ca.
The EDI Taskforce is exploring the launch of a South Asian ERG in 2021.
Humber employees who identify as South Asian and are interested in joining the South Asian ERG are invited to send an email to Bharat Saini, Advisor, Human Rights, Equity & Diversity at Bharat.Saini@humber.ca.