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Nada Johnson Centre for

Development & Consulting

70 Wynford Drive 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
M3C 2R6


Nada Johnson, MSW, CCS

Problem Solver. Result-Oriented Consultant. Eternal Optimist. 

Nada designs workplace Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEI&B), Board Governance, and Strategic Planning Solutions for non-profit organizations and corporations in Canada and globally. 

Some of the problems that her clients -CEO's, Board of Directors, and Managers - are stuck on are the following: 

  • How do we create and implement our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives and programs?

  • How do we integrate DEI and/or anti-Black Racism and Anti-Racism practices and frameworks in our board's processes and strategic plan?

  • How do we develop or update our organizations strategic or  operational plans?

These are some of the many problems and projects on your plate. You need a strategic and skillful consultant who can effectively assist in areas ranging from stakeholder consultations to facilitation and advising on DEI initiatives and or program development. 

You came to the right place.

Nada’s passion and expertise lies in assisting non-profit organizations and corporations in creating inclusive environments where everyone including racialized professionals can thrive and succeed in. 

With years of progressive leadership experience, Nada is a sought-after Consultant, Facilitator, and Speaker specializing in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEI&B), Board Governance,  and Career Development. She is consistently recognized for her impeccable ability to lead organizations and large groups in achieving their goals.

Nada is a born leader and communicator. She is energetic,  passionate, pragmatic, dependable and can assist your non-profit organization and corporation in reaching their strategic goals. 

The work Nada does has positively impacted clients in a broad range of sectors including non-profit organizations,  corporations and institutions. 

Past Clients Include

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