The next course starts on October 19, 2020

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About QuakeLab's DIY Inclusion Strategy

QuakeLab's DIY Inclusion Strategy is an online self-guided course that will support you to:

  • Audit the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in your organization;
  • Understand your organizational culture – and who you really are;
  • Understand the needs and experiences of your internal and external stakeholders;
  • Develop tactics, an evaluation method, and a budget for your inclusion work. 


Based on the same framework of design thinking and results-based management as our bespoke consulting work, this is an online self-paced course that provides an affordable option for organizations that want actionable strategy but aren’t able to engage with us for a full scope of work.

By the end of this course, you will have:

  • A completed diversity, equity, and inclusion audit for your organization

  • Empathy maps and journey maps for your stakeholders

  • An action plan for institutionalizing inclusion

  • A monitoring and evaluation strategy

  • Templates for budgeting and managing for inclusion

  • Access to a community of peers and inclusion experts

Course pricing

We're committed to making QuakeLab's DIY Strategy series affordable to organizations that work with BIPOC and equity-seeking groups. If you are a not-for-profit or community-based organization, please contact us for special pricing options.

Your Instructor

Founder & CEO, QuakeLab

Sharon Nyangweso

The Founder and CEO of QuakeLab, a full-stack communications and inclusion agency, Sharon Nyangweso specializes in a radical new approach to diversity and inclusion that is measurable, strategic, and based on a strong foundation of design thinking. A thought leader in moving inclusivity from aspiration to action and empathetic community engagement, Sharon is a regular contributor and panelist on CBC radio and television, Rabble.ca, Live 88.5, and CTV. An immigrant from Kenya who has lived and worked in Canada for nine years, Sharon has worked across sectors with organizations in 11 countries. Follow her on Twitter at @Sharon_Okeno.

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