Halimah Beaulieu (she/ her) is an equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) consultant-collaborator focused on advancing racial equity and justice through organizational shifts. She has worked with various non-profit organizations to ensure their practices are supportive of and equitable towards racialized staff and clients, and those with diverse abilities, gender and sexual orientations, and faiths.
She holds an MA in Equity Studies in Education at SFU where she examined the power of reading Indigenous literature in Canadian settler society. Prior to being an EDI consultant-collaborator, she worked in the communications and health research field.
Halimah is passionate about building sustainable and reciprocal relationships and does not shy away from difficult conversations about decolonization, racism, and political accountability. She is a settler on the unceded, ancestral, and rightful territory of the QayQayt (qiqéyt) peoples who have been its stewards since time immemorial.