Having changed career paths multiple times, Local Economic Development graduate Sanjay Govindaraj has learned to embrace change. From counseling and psychotherapy, to health promotion and policy development, to economic development and food sustainability, to now working in equity, human rights and anti-racism, Sanjay will share insights about what remains consistent – the value of trusted relationships with colleagues and community partners, the importance of cultivating compassion and the refreshing effect of taking on new challenges.
Join us Thursday, November 11, 2021
4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Zoom - link will be provided upon registration
Submit your questions for Sanjay when you register or ask them during the event
MAES '04, Local Economic Development
Director of Indigenous Initiatives, Anti-Racism, Accessibility and Equity, City of Waterloo
Sanjay Govindarag (MAES ’04) is skilled in strategic planning, coaching, conflict management, policy development and training. A thought leader in strategic and collaborative equity and inclusion he leads large scale EDI organizational transformation with a central focus on the voice of vulnerable and marginalized people.
With a Masters in Social Work from TISS, Mumbai and a Masters in Economic Development from School of Environmental Studies from UW, Waterloo, Sanjay integrates multiple bottom lines that address social, economic and environmental return on investment. His work experience includes clinical psychotherapy practice, community engagement, policy development, advocacy, equity and anti-racism work.
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