It's personal.

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It's not just business. 

Did you know that an incorporated organization is legally a person?

The question is - what kind of  person  are they?

At Changing Lenses, we help leaders grow more inclusive, and organizations grow more human.

"Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."

- Albert Einstein

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It's time to change both

what we do, and how we think.

Discrimination and racism aren't the only obstacles to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion

Discrimination and racism aren't the only obstacles to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion

Colonialism, elitism, and capitalism colour the lenses through which we see the world

Colonialism, elitism, and capitalism colour the lenses through which we see the world

If we don't see the framework we operate in, we are captive to it

If we don't see the framework we operate in, we are captive to it

When we do, we are freed

When we do, we are freed

We can change our lenses

We can change our lenses

There is good news

There is
good news

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to See differently

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Think differently

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Work differently

Live

Live

Differently

Differently

Do you also dream of a better way to work and live?

Do you also dream of a better way to work and live?

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About Rosie Yeung, CPA,CA, CHRL

Principal of Changing Lenses

Rosie is a Speaker, Coach, Strategist and Podcaster for Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI), specializing in intersectional diversity and Asian-Canadian identity. Her life goal is to reduce social inequity and discrimination, especially in wealth, race, and gender. Rosie loves mentoring Asian and racialized women to succeed in business as their true selves.

As a Chinese-Canadian, immigrant, cis-straight female with invisible disabilities, Rosie’s intersectional identities help her empathize with diverse communities, and bring compassion and kindness to her work. She is the creator and host of the Changing Lenses Podcast, seeing through the eyes of people on the front lines of discrimination, racism, and exclusion.

Rosie brings a holistic approach to JEDI that integrates finance, HR, UX design, and corporate social responsibility. With over 20 years of professional and lived experiences, she holds certificates in inclusion, consulting, Indigenous history, human rights, and more.

Based in Toronto, Canada, Rosie enjoys travel (except during global pandemics) and has served communities in Guatemala, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Uganda. To de-stress, she watches movies and eats popcorn and ice cream – sometimes simultaneously!

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