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Anna-Liza Badaloo

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Anna-Liza Badaloo (she/her) is a queer, Indo-Caribbean, journalist, facilitator, and organizational consultant working at the intersection of health, environment, and social justice. Committed to amplifying diverse voices, her work uncovers how colonial, capitalist, heteronormative, and ableist systems disproportionately impact underserved communities. The former Manager of Education and Community Development at the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, currently she hosts the Institute for Natural Medicine’s podcast The ND Will See You Now and writes about integrative medicine and health equity. She is an Associate with the Sustainability Network building environmental non-profit capacity using Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) principles, and is a regular contributor to magazines including QBiz, She is Wise, The Monitor, and The Aboriginal Business Report.

Experience Highlights

  • Health Equity Advocacy
  • Media and Communication
  • Non-Profit Capacity Building

Expertise Highlights

  • JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion)
  • Health Equity Advocacy

Education Highlights

  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies – York University
  • Strategic Copywriting Certificate – University of Toronto

“It’s time to co-create a world that centers empathy and intersectional justice so that we can all be our best selves.”

Experience

Founder of Anemochory Consulting, Anna-Liza Badaloo is an organizational consultant, un-learner, and inclusive storyteller working at the intersection of health, environment, and social justice. Anna-Liza is a regular contributor to magazines, including QBiz (serving Canada’s queer business community), She is Wise (Ontario Native Women’s Association), and the Aboriginal Business Report (Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business).

Expertise

Anna-Liza’s lived experience as a queer, Indo-Caribbean, neurodiverse woman brings a valuable intersectional perspective to her work. Viewing organizational justice and belonging through the lens of empathy, Anna-Liza’s decolonized, intersectional approach helps organizations identify how systemic discriminatory structures are embedded into their ways of working, and co-designs strategies to raise awareness and dismantle barriers.

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