Norma Tombari

Norma previously worked with the Royal Bank of Canada, where she led the knowledge centre for diversity and inclusion, which incorporates strategic planning, change management, communications and marketing, learning/leadership development, work–life and flexibility initiatives, and the integration of diversity into business and talent management practices and processes as Director of Global Diversity. Norma has been a long-time supporter of the research and dissemination of the Institute’s work, in particular the first issue of Families Count: Profiling Canada’s Families (Families Count). She is on the executive advisory committee of the Conference Board of Canada’s Council on Inclusive Work Environments, a member of the Advisory Board to the University of Guelph’s Centre for Family, Work and Well-Being, a member of the Canadian Women’s Foundation Girl’s Advisory Fund Committee and the DiverseCity Steering Committee, a board member for Equitas and the WXN Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards.

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