Women Transforming Cities
Empowering self-identified women and girls can transform our cities into spaces that work for all people. Learn about the changes cities can make to improve the lives of women and girls through community engagement, inclusive policies, and equitable representation. This interactive workshop is presented by Women Transforming Cities. Participants will also be invited to partake in an intersectionality online card game to further their understanding of how important it is for a city to be equitable for all of its citizens. This program is presented in partnership with the Burnaby Public Library.
Tasha Henderson is a dynamic and sought out facilitator and community developer. She has over a decade of proven success working with communities on diverse, challenging, and pressing social issues and is particularly interested in social policy, planning, and community activities that support reconciliation, decolonization and gender equity. Tasha was a long time board member of Women Transforming Cities and continues on as a passionate volunteer working to create cities and spaces that are better for girls and women.
Trudi Goels is a director at Women Transforming Cities, an advisor for the Poetic Justice Foundation, the co-founder of Women on Wednesdays and The Feminist Campaign School. She is a champion of equitable housing, body liberation, and better allyship. She is sought out for her mentorship, capacity building workshops, and facilitation skills. She is fueled by coffee, music, laughter, and shine theory.