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Camila Alves: Board and Governance Training

camila alves: Windsor women share stories of abuse in graphic novel Diverse City on Board provides governance training and connects members of under-represented groups with positions at not-for-profit and public agencies, according to CBC. It's almost like a dating site where organizations can post their board openings and people from diverse backgrounds can post their resumes and their interests, explained Camila Alves, a spokesperson for the council. The Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County is teaming up with the United Way to launch what they describe as a dating site that matches people from a range of cultural backgrounds with organizations seeking new board members. Multi Cultural Cl and United WayWE launch Diverse City on Board to connect qualified candidates from under-represented groups to non-profits. Access to Diverse City costs 250 per individual. Aadel Haleem Windsor is the eighth Canadian city to join the network, which will help take advantage of latent talent in the community, she added. ( As reported in the news.