About Culture Check
Culture Check was born out of the need to support the millions of Black, Indigenous and People of Color who experience racism in the workplace in all of its forms. Despite all of the initiatives that have be heralded by the business community to create more inclusive cultures, many of the individuals who are most impacted by such indiscretions have seen little to no change in their personal experiences.
Eliminating racism in the workplace is beyond the scope of any one company, it takes the community working together.
Our bottom-up approach not only empowers those who have been victimized to manage and communicate their offense more effectively, but provides companies with an unfiltered view of racialized communities. By creating more transparency and opportunity for safe dialogue, everybody wins.
For all workplaces to work for all people.
Consolidate the collective experiences of BIPOC and the best practices for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging to educate, create transparency, and produce actionable insights to bring reconciliation and improve workplace environments.
Our Guiding Values
Lead with Love
We believe that most people want to do better, but just do not know how. We are here to facilitate reconciliation.
Commit to Learning
There is always more to know. A commitment to anti-racism is a daily commitment to listening, assessing and reflecting.
Comfortable in the Uncomfortable
Racism will not go away on its own, it requires us to have frank and open dialogue. Over and over and over.
Founder & CEO
Nathan Hall is an award-winning business leader and educator.
Powered by stories, Hall utilizes his position to amplify the voices of the marginalized and underserved within organizations. Specializing in anti-racism and inclusive cultures, Hall’s ability to simplify complex issues and put audiences at ease when discussing such uncomfortable topics has been his secret weapon.
Hall is equipped with an Honours degree in Sociology, a Masters in Management and an MBA with a concentration in Business Analytics and Strategy. Paired with his experiences of being “the only one”, or one of a few in all the offices and boardrooms he finds himself in, Hall has a rich wealth of knowledge at the intersection of race and business.
Adamant on making everybody around him better, Hall works hard to be the change he wishes to see. He feels the utmost responsibility to break down as many walls as he can, to help make the road for everyone following him just a little easier.
An Inclusive workforce is everybody's business
Workplaces are still hostile environments for People of Color, and most companies do not know how to navigate this subject effectively. The few marginalized voices that do speak out do not accurately reflect the frequency or volume of indiscretions experienced by marginalized groups. Being an Ally gives you unprecedented insights and empowers organizations with the tools to create more awareness and ultimately, a greater sense of belonging.
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