Practicing Intentional Inclusion

Brent Chamberlain (he/him), Associate Vice-President, Inclusion and Diversity at CIBC will lead us through an hour of authentic dialogue addressing best practices that promote inclusive leadership, including:

  • Behaviors that drive intentional inclusion and interrupt implicit/unconscious bias
  • Reconciliation and Indigenous inclusion
  • Accessibility, mental wellness and creating solutions that work for a wide range of human diversity
  • Promoting belonging

CE Credit (fees may apply):  CRP, GMS, and SHRM PDC available

The Speakers

Associate Vice-President, Inclusion and Diversity

Brent Chamberlain
CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce)


Brent is an internationally-recognized leader in driving revenue and results through inclusive talent management and innovative client experiences. With a reputation for delivering groundbreaking work in the non-profit, communications and financial services industries in both Canada and the UK, he is a deep expert in strategic human resources management, leadership and evolved client experience strategy.

The Moderators


Doriana Zohil-Morton

Doriana Zohil-Morton, BA Economics, is an entrepreneur. She is President Co-Founder of THE MAC Group, Broker of Record/Owner of MAC REAL ESTATE Services Inc. Brokerage, President of MAC RELOCATION Solutions, MAC Furnished Residences Inc. and MAC CARIBBEAN Villa Rentals. Doriana is a real estate broker and entrepreneur known for her expertise in the areas where the global mobility, hospitality services, executive furnished rentals and the real estate industries connect — her many strengths complement each other, providing a full solution and a holistic approach to clients’ real estate and relocation needs. As a pivotal member of CERC, the National Commercial Council of the Canadian Real Estate Association and the Toronto Real Estate Board, she is an active member of the Real Estate community.

Additionally, she is a diligent and enthusiastic benefactress in bettering the lives of the next generation, with a devotion to children’s welfare, child advocacy, equity and inclusivity for all while supporting the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada in numerous ways. As a founding member and champion of For the Love of Youth and Women Mobilizing Women, she aims to inspire women to achieve greater success at all levels in the Mobility industry. Her efforts to improve the global community we live in are acclaimed for, receiving several professional and philanthropic awards. Doriana was recognized by the Government of Canada when she was awarded the Member of Parliament Canada 150 Award for Citizenship in 2017.