Karen is a leading go-to expert for organizations that are serious about ‘getting equality work RIGHT.'
A proud Kenyan-Canadian, Karen Craggs-Milne is a recognized global expert with over 20 years of international experience promoting anti-racism, equity, diversity, gender equality, and inclusion.
A true global influencer, Karen is an Obama White House recognized gender equality changemaker (2016), Global Goodwill ambassador for sustainable development goals (2018), LinkedinGlobalSuperHero (2020), Women of Inspiration Award nominee (2020) and is featured in the Top 100 Canadian Professionals magazine (2020).
As founder and CEO of Conscious Equality Incorporated, Karen works globally with NGOs, corporations, and governments to deliver on their equality mandates intentionally and with real impact. Karen’s passion for social justice began at a young age. She was raised in a bi-racial family with a white father, Indian mother, and black brother in Kenya. Although multiple languages, religions, and values were accepted within her own home, Karen learned that the world did not embrace diversity in the same way and quickly learned how recognize, navigate and address discrimination.
Karen is committed to educating and equipping organizations to truly "walk the talk." She is a gifted trainer, speaker, and a strategic advisor on issues such as anti-racism and allyship in business, walking the talk on diversity and inclusion, addressing institutional and systemic discrimination, healing toxic work environments, addressing sexual harassment and bullying, and creating inclusive respectful workplaces, among others. With an impressive roster of clients from all over the world, Karen’s work speaks for itself. Whether it is under a tree in a rural village in Ghana or in a boardroom with C-Suite executives, Karen’s authentic and engaging approach promises to educate, transform and inspire you into meaningful action.
Founder and CEO
Conscious Equality Incorporated
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Download the Top 100 Canadian Professionals magazine and check out Karen's feature on page 115.