ALLMe S1:E3 Representation in literature matters with Danielle E. Norris, SCMP
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Welcome to our Amplifying Diverse Voices podcast, hosted by Priya Bates (she/her) and Advita Patel (she/her).

In our S1:E3, we were pleased to welcome Danielle E. Norris, SCMP (she/her) of RETERO, Canada's largest national provider of non-profit group health insurance for education retirees.

Danielle is an award-winning communication professional with 15 years of experience in the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. She is a certified Strategic Communication Management Professional (SCMP) with expertise in strategic planning, government relations, and community outreach. Danielle is a long-time member and volunteer of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). As a lover of books, Danielle started the Love of Literature book club to create a safe space for Black youth to review Black-focused books, participate in discussions, and connect with their peers.

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