Trustee earns Canadian Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award  

Trecia McLennon has been recognized for her commitment to helping the University foster a culture of inclusion and equity through her work on the Board of Trustees.  

McLennon, Director of EDI Culture and Education and staff trustee on the Board, was named one of seven winners of WXN’s Canadian Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Awards in the Corporate Board Directors category.  

The award recognizes self-identifying women who hold the role of Corporate Board Director. In their positions, nominees demonstrate outstanding commitment to creating a mission, vision and strategy that prioritize equity, diversity and inclusion. They embody inclusive leadership and cultivate the same in others around them, championing practices and policies that foster positive long-term change in key performance metrics, employee experience and public perception. 

“I’m thrilled and honoured to be recognized this way,” says McLennon. “I share Brock’s deep commitment to fostering a culture of inclusivity, accessibility, reconciliation and decolonization, and I’m proud to have played a role in helping advance these ideals through my work on the Board.” 

Fostering a culture of inclusivity, accessibility, reconciliation and decolonization is one of Brock’s four strategic priorities, and highlights the University’s commitment to a diverse and welcoming learning community.  

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