Georgette Zinaty

Georgette ZinatyGeorgette Zinaty, Executive Vice President at Corporate Class Inc.

About the Presentation

Topic: Leadership, Diversity & Inclusion: Reflections on Building Your Team & Culture

  • Forms of bias: explicit, unconscious, implicit
  • Implicit bias in the workspace
  • Women and diversity
  • Intersectionality & psychological safety
  • Culture of inclusion
  • Culturally intelligent strategies
  • Framework for organizational inclusion
  • Equality, equity & justice

About the Presenter

Dr. Georgette Zinaty is currently the Executive Vice-President at Corporate Class Inc. and Practice Lead for their Center for Diversity and Inclusion. Dr. Zinaty holds a Bachelor degree in English and Political Science, a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Liverpool, a Master’s of Science from the Henley School of Business and a certificate on Leading Strategic Change within Organizations from Harvard University. She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration—a joint program with the Rotman School of Business and the Henley School of Business. Dr. Zinaty’s research focuses on business leadership, diversity, inclusion and the future of leadership. Dr. Zinaty is also a Professor at Western University as well at the Rotman School of Business. Dr. Zinaty is a strong advocate for leadership and inclusion within organizations. She is a frequent contributor and thought leader to Forbes on issues of leadership, inclusion and business and has been a frequent global panelist, keynote and a public speaker, including a TEDx talk, and most recently at the World Diversity in Leadership Conference alongside Martin Luther King III, world leaders and Julia Gillard Former PM of Australia. She is the recipient the Canadian University Productivity Award as well as the Stepping Up Award in recognition of innovation in the workplace. In 2018, she was named an “Immigrant Woman of Inspiration” by the publication Canadian Immigrant and has been recognized by the Premier of Ontario and Federal Members of Parliament in Canada for her volunteerism and work in the community.