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Shafana Mitha

Shafana is an engaging community builder and facilitator with significant public sector and senior executive experience. She is a strategic thinker and executive leader that supports Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in the workplace. She has had a diverse career path with a focus on corporate finance, innovative client-centric services, transformation in programs, public policy, board governance and EDI. Shafana Mitha has her CPA and Master’s in Business Administration with a greater focus on Strategic Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. She is also one of the few individuals in Alberta with a professional designation as a CCIP (Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional). 

Shafana is an engaging community builder and facilitator with significant public sector and senior executive experience. She is a strategic thinker and executive leader that supports Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in the workplace. She has had a diverse career path with a focus on corporate finance, innovative client-centric services, transformation in programs, public policy, board governance and EDI.

 

Shafana Mitha has her CPA and Master’s in Business Administration with a greater focus on Strategic Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. She is also one of the few individuals in Alberta with a professional designation as a CCIP (Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional). 

 

Her consulting company aKollage Consulting Incorporated focuses on developing practical EDI strategies and policies, respectful workplace policies and training, stakeholder engagement, Employment Equity Policy development, and customized learning and development such as cultural competencies, and anti-racism/anti-oppression. She led the development of the first ever diversity and inclusion program, policy, and strategic action plan with the Government of Alberta for over 28,000 employees across the province and later in her career was the Executive Director for Status of Women, Multiculturalism, and Inclusion.

 

Shafana currently resides in Treaty 6 territory – Amiskwacîwâskahikan or known to many as Edmonton, where she passionately volunteers in different capacities within and outside her community.