Reverse engineering inclusive recruitment
This EDI workshop on inclusive recruitment will be hosted by Grace Wong-Sneddon and take place on Tuesday, August 1st, 10:45 am to 12:00 pm in the Auditorium.
"We blame the leaky pipeline, the K-12 system, and other factors for the lack of diverse candidates when hiring. What if we reverse engineered the process? In the same way that we respond to many physics problems, we can flip the script on how we hire in order to create a more inclusive, equitable, and diverse recruitment process. In this interactive session, we will start with the assessment phase and work backwards to shape the preceding pieces."
About Grace Wong-Sneddon:
Grace Wong-Sneddon, PhD, RCC, ICD, has championed equity, diversity, and inclusion for more than 20 years in many capacities and contexts. Her scholarship includes an interdisciplinary PhD in Anthropology with Pacific and Asian Studies. In the academic sphere, she has been the Adviser to the Provost on Diversity and Equity at the University of Victoria. Within her community, she has served in roles like President of the Greater Victoria Elder Care Foundation and Vice President of the Victoria Chinatown Museum Society. She consults organizations regionally, nationally, and internationally, including TRIUMF.