PRUDE's Anti-Racism Education program heightens participants' awareness of workplace bias by highlighting the different types of bias and offering real-world solutions to help correct the issue.
To eradicate workplace bias for the groups of people who experience it the most. And more importantly, to give people who are discriminated against the information they need to bypass the gatekeepers who hold them back and get the jobs, money and lifestyles they deserve.
Our program helps improve the bottom line by encouraging employers to examine their hiring, retention and promotion criteria to pick candidates who are truly the best "fit" for both the job and company.
Who Do We Speak To?
Corporate and Public Sector Executives
Our Six-Year Impact
PRUDE INC.’s Anti-Racism education presentations offer us all the opportunity to do better!
About Program Coordinator
Jackson’s multicultural exposure enables him to understand the significance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in driving sustainable development within organizations and society, at large. He is passionate about creating safe environments for high-performance teams to communicate effectively, nurture collaboration, and embrace change. He has been involved with several studies that examined how Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) policies and practices impact individual-, organizational-, and societal behavior.
In his previous role as Manager, Consulting – Partner Services, with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI), he partnered with decision-makers and interest groups to promote the design and implementation of HRM initiatives geared toward addressing barriers to inclusion in the workplace. In his current role as Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI), Program Manager with PRUDE Inc., he integrates his panoramic insight into creating Anti-Racism Education programs to address systemic barriers impeding the progress and advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the province of New Brunswick.
Jackson holds a Master of Science degree in Management (Human Resources Management & Labour Relations) from the Dhillon School of Business, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (in International Business) from Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Vaasa, Finland.
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The NBCC-SJ Human Service students had the privilege of attending PRUDE Saint John’s Workplace Bias Recognition Program. Damon Levine provided an engaging, informative, and profound learning experience that left the students with a deeper understanding of bias around them and some effective ways to establish a bias-free workplace in a fun interactive environment. I would highly recommend this program for anyone who wishes to gain a deeper understanding of how to prevent bias in our workplace as well as our communities. I look forward to offering future students this learning opportunity yearly.
Amy Pattman, NBCC Human Services Instructor
Attending the Anti-racism education training definitely made me recognize some of my biases and how I need to be consciously aware of the decisions I make every day–from how I lead, coach my staff and deal with clients.
Karen Hachey, RBC Branch Manager