CONSULTING SERVICES

Anti-Oppression, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity, and Organizational Change

May Lui Consulting provides professional and practical training and education about anti-oppression, anti-racism, intersectionality, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Services
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Training & Workshops

Each customized to meet the needs of your organization. Topics include Anti-Oppression, Anti-Racism, Sexism and Misogyny, Intersectionality. Individual coaching and mentorship also offered.

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Public Presentations

Invite May to speak to your organization about Anti-Asian Racism and Anti-Oppression practices.

Non-Profit Governance
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May provides professional orientation for new, inexperienced and returning Board Members to ensure they are aware of their roles and responsibilities to govern effectively.

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Policy Writing

May will write, edit, and update your Policies and Procedures Manual, Board of Directors Orientation Manual, Staff/Employee Manual and more.

 
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May Lui (she/her) facilitates people and organizations to understand power, privilege, oppression and actions for change. May works to show how oppressions function in interlocking and intersectional ways and operate at individual, institutional, and systemic levels.

May graduated from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education / University of Toronto in 1997 with a Master degree in Education, specializing in Adult Education. 

 

Testimonials

"Parkdale Project Read worked with May Lui on a multi-phase strategic planning process. May guided us with warmth, creativity, humour, and just enough firmness to keep us focused on our goals.

May’s steadfast leadership helped us identify four strategic directions and create an in-depth workplan including action items and accountability measures.
 

We highly recommend the work of May Lui, particularly to other community-based organizations wanting to measure their impact and explore strategic directions that will revitalize their work."

The Collective and Board of Parkdale Project Read, 2019