Are you committed to DEI – diversity, equity, and inclusion?

Have you built the foundation?

And now you have more questions than answers?

If you’ve said “Yes!”, then you’re ready to take a deep, thoughtful (and occasionally nerdy!) approach to DEI.

You’re ready for Fictive Kin.

When you change your company’s story, you change your company.

Fictive Kin Equity Lab is an inquiry-based consulting firm on a mission to help transform companies in ways that are more inclusive, humane, and just.

We start by looking at how your company’s story is embedded in your policies, culture, and approaches to diversity leadership.

The goal is to place DEI at the centre of that story, so that your efforts are sustained, your team is energized, and your impact is magnified.

For companies who have gone beyond the basics.

If you’ve been “doing the work” long before June 2020, you’ll get the most out of our services.

Three packages to support you:

Shaping Narratives

Where does your story begin?

Stories are found in a lot of places, including policies, job descriptions, and playbooks. If you want DEI to be central to your company’s work, it needs to be in the centre of these documents.

Best for you if:

You’re ready to build on your company’s previous DEI training, and you know what “subtext” means. (Or will look it up right now if you don’t.)

Analyzing Culture

Sometimes, what’s right is uncomfortable.

Dive into your company’s existing DEI initiatives to find out what’s working, what’s not, what might work, and what will never work. This is how DEI get realistic, evidence-based, and sustainable.

Best for you if:

You’re ready to learn from your previous DEI data, and you’re more interested in asking the right questions than in getting the right answers.

Empowering Leadership

Part storytelling. Part strategy. All you.

Enter a safe space to express your concerns, ideas, frustrations, and hopes. Because although equity work can be exciting and rewarding, it’s sometimes tiring and, occasionally, thankless.

Best for you if:

You are a racialized DEI leader who’s breaking barriers, making change, and looking to keep your momentum going. (In a healthy and humane way, of course.)

Here’s what our clients are saying

“Dominique’s in-depth analysis of our practices gave us insights that have helped us take a thoughtful approach to how we can decolonize them, and take a more intentional approach to the language we use and the story we are telling the public.” – Chris Duff, Executive Interim Lead, Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity

Ready to level-up your DEI?


Our door is open.