Casey has a deep well of knowledge and passion around Diversity, Equity and Inclusion that is apparent in the way they run their business. Casey truly is making this world a better place with everything they do.
Casey offers the skills for leaders of now to meet the moment and push forward to a more inclusive and just future. I highly recommend investing in yourself with Casey's coaching.
What I really appreciated about working with Casey is they helped me think through strategies to both manage my inner world while being effective in my presentation and work with others.
Camille is a much-needed voice in catapulting the conversation around increasing awareness and action to build a more actively anti-racist organization - and society more broadly.
Having the kind of sessions and learning experiences that Camille Dundas delivers, really help shed light on how the world really is for the vast majority of people outside of my bubble of experiences and helps to see from another view.
Camille Dundas has supported KPMG in Canada by delivering anti-racism education and training for our senior and HR leadership teams.
Casey Tonnelly is an exceptional coach, facilitator, and leader. They have led pioneering and transformative work around racial & social justice as well as personal development, blending personal touch and executive presence that combines to deliver authentic, meaningful engagement and results that resonate at all organizational levels.
Casey Tonnelly has a unique ability to challenge thought processes and ideas while making their clients feel safe, heard, and seen. They have mastered creating a space that is non-judgmental and truly conducive to personal growth.
Casey offers deep and consequential coaching with an anti-racist lens, while also keeping a light and open heart.
I can attest that Tyler and Michelle Riddell are the best at helping shape online presence! After only a few sessions with Tyler, I posted on LinkedIn and got [78 likes, 18 comments], and over 4,000 [views]. It was insane and gratifying to finally ‘get it’.”