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Inclusive Leaders Spotlight! – Katie & Gillian

Every week we shine a spotlight on one of our Inclusive Leaders and ask: “What is Inclusive Leadership to you?”

“Calmly stay grounded while connecting hearts.” (Katie Sayer, President of Leadership Vancouver Island. Gillian Berry, Teacher and Counsellor)

“Calmly stay grounded while connecting hearts.” (Katie Sayer, President of Leadership Vancouver Island. Gillian Berry, Teacher and Counsellor)

“Calmly stay grounded while connecting hearts.” (Katie Sayer, President of Leadership Vancouver Island. Gillian Berry, Teacher and Counsellor)

Inclusive Leaders Spotlight! – Janice & Felix

Every week we shine a spotlight on one of our Inclusive Leaders and ask: “What is Inclusive Leadership to you?”

“Empathy and non-judgement starts with ourselves.” (Janice and Felix M, A mother and son who are strong and gentle compassionate communicators)

“Empathy and non-judgement starts with ourselves.” (Janice and Felix M, A mother and son who are strong and gentle compassionate communicators)

“Empathy and non-judgement starts with ourselves.” (Janice and Felix M, A mother and son who are strong and gentle compassionate communicators)

Inclusive Leaders Spotlight! – Joey

Every week we shine the spotlight on one of our Inclusive Leaders and ask: “What is Inclusive Leadership to you?”

“By becoming involved in Inclusive Leadership, I have found that I am in my element and that element is water. I am flowing water, finding myself through dance. By discovering myself, I can begin leading the ones who are lost.” (Joey Seward. Student and Dancer)

“By becoming involved in Inclusive Leadership, I have found that I am in my element and that element is water. I am flowing water, finding myself through dance. By discovering myself, I can begin leading the ones who are lost.” (Joey Seward. Student and Dancer)

“By becoming involved in Inclusive Leadership, I have found that I am in my element and that element is water. I am flowing water, finding myself through dance. By discovering myself, I can begin leading the ones who are lost.” (Joey Seward. Student and Dancer)

Inclusive Leaders Spotlight! – Faith

Every week we shine the spotlight on one of our Inclusive Leaders and ask: “What is Inclusive Leadership to you?”

“Failure is a first attempt at learning. Being told “No” is your next opportunity. When things break you down remember that two negatives equal a positive. Differences are gifts.” (Faith Lindley, Student and Philosopher)

“Failure is a first attempt at learning. Being told “No” is your next opportunity. When things break you down remember that two negatives equal a positive. Differences are gifts.” (Faith Lindley, Student and Philosopher)

“Failure is a first attempt at learning. Being told “No” is your next opportunity. When things break you down remember that two negatives equal a positive. Differences are gifts.” (Faith Lindley, Student and Philosopher)

Inclusive Leaders Spotlight! – Amy & Malanya

Every week we shine the spotlight on one of our Inclusive Leaders and ask, “What is Inclusive Leadership to you?”

“Inclusive Leaders help everyone have a voice that is heard by creating circles of empowerment, not triangles of power-over. ” (Amy and Malanya Hanson, Two Generations of Community Leaders)

“Inclusive Leaders help everyone have a voice that is heard by creating circles of empowerment, not triangles of power-over. ” (Amy and Malanya Hanson, Two Generations of Community Leaders)

“Inclusive Leaders help everyone have a voice that is heard by creating circles of empowerment, not triangles of power-over. ” (Amy and Malanya Hanson, Two Generations of Community Leaders)