Ms. Carla Beauvais is a social entrepreneur, a commentator, and a consultant.
Convinced that an equitable and inclusive society starts with awareness, respectful dialogue, the creation of an inclusive climate and the willingness to act, Ms. Carla Beauvais is very involved in several like-minded organizations and projects.
For over ten years and up until very recently, she orchestrated and coordinated the development and organization of Black History Month, which runs programs focusing on Quebecois from Black communities who contribute to the development of society.
In addition, Ms. Carla Beauvais co-founded Fondation Dynastie, which fights to promote diversity and inclusion in the sector of arts, culture and media. She then co-founded Orijin Village, in order to provide businesses in Black communities with technological solutions that would allow them to reach new market sectors and bridge the digital divide.
She also lived in Haiti for a while, where she co-organized several events, creating social and economic momentum in the country. While there, she also founded Konsome Lokal, an organization that raises the public’s awareness of the role that buying local plays in the country’s future and in consumer health.
Last but not least, as a commentator and by being involved on various media platforms, Ms. Beauvais raises awareness of diversity and inclusion issues, and denounces social injustices.
Thanks to her strong interpersonal skills and her social engagement, she constantly seeks to create more inclusive environments by building bridges between institutions, creators from Black communities, and the public.