Advocate. Trailblazer. Innovator. Consultant.

Bridging the gap of understanding between 2SLGBTQ+ and heterosexual people of colour.

Hasina Juma
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Hasina Juma

Hasina is also well versed at amplifying the challenges and complexities faced by marginalized and vulnerable groups who have multiple conflicting intersections.  Through her work with prominent organizations, she bridges the gap of understanding between 2SLGBTQ+ and heterosexual people of colour. Her work is monumental as there are no formal affirming statements or resources in the former religion she used to belong to and is recently gaining credibility in her ethnic communities.

Hasina brings a valuable skillset to her clients with 13 years of professional experience (strategic communication, policy development, and business operations) 8 combined years of diversity and inclusion work along with nearly four decades of lived experience at managing conflicting intersections (Canadian born, woman, 2SLGBTQ+, family roots in Tanzania/India and was part of the Ismaili Muslim religion). 

A hallmark feature of her career is being called to lend a steady hand when organizations are going through transitions. Her work has garnered multiple awards with the Government of Alberta. 

Her followers find her work as honest, insightful, inspiring and thought-provoking!



Services catered to your needs

Helping you achieve your business goals by empowering your staff, creating a culture of accountability and collaboration. 

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Business Strategy

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Work

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Empowering Leadership

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Speaking Engagements


Speaking gigs

including at 2019 Global Human Rights Conference in NYC to honor 50 years since the Stonewall Riots and one to audience of over 600 people.


In-depth interviews with prominent leaders

Including one with Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil (India), Lavina and Suresh Kapai (celebrities of Bravo's Family Karma tv show), and the first Special Advisor to Prime Minister of Canada on LGBTQ2 Issues.


Major roles

in advising large institutions on how to be inclusive towards traditionally marginalized groups.


Share. Inspire. Grow.

Our resources are carefully curated to the needs of people of colour who often struggle with a clash of values related to homosexuality.

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Committed to shifting perspectives and attitudes

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Giving readers something to talk about.

Real conversations on a variety of topics such as supporting your 2SLGBTQ+ loved one, complexities faced by 2SLGBTQ+ folks, forms of discrimination (within the people of colour community and outside), and how to be an empowered compassionate human.

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