Natasha Aruliah is a counsellor, facilitator, educator and consultant with over 20 years’ experience working in diversity, equity, social justice and intercultural studies across the UK, Canada, the USA and internationally. Her work has focused on the areas of education, healthcare, public sector and community services, with individuals and organisations interested in systemic change. It incorporates intercultural competence, emotional intelligence, critical thinking and organisational change, and in particular explores power and privilege. She strives to create spaces for all voices to be brought in and supports dialogue across difference and on topics that are usually avoided, taboo and challenging. Her work included a provincial initiative facilitating community dialogues on race around the province. Natasha also teaches at the Centre for Intercultural Communication at UBC, at the Justice Institute of BC and is a founding member and facilitator for the Inner Activist, a leadership development program aimed specifically at social change agents.