Developing Workplace Stability Through Living Wage and Socio-Economic Inclusivity

Join Anne Coleman, Manager at Ontario Living Wage and Kim Godin, National Circles Coordinator with the County of Lambton, to learn the importance of developing workplace stability through living wage and socio-economic inclusivity.

Anne Coleman

Anne Coleman
Ontario Living Wage

Anne Coleman first became involved in the living wage conversation in 2014 when she began working with Living Wage Waterloo Region. When the Ontario Living Wage Network (OLWN) launched its provincial employer certification program Anne was pleased to expand the work she’d been doing to support employers right across Ontario.

In her role as Program Manager she works with local communities to update living wage calculations and support employers through the living wage certification process.

Anne believes in reducing poverty through paid work and is dedicated to raising wages in Ontario.

Kim Godin

Kim Godin
National Circles Coordinator
County of Lambton

Kim Godin is the National Coordinator of Circles Canada and local Coordinator for Lambton Circles with the County of Lambton. Kim brings 30 years of experience in Social Services, Community Development and Engagement – having worked to serve the most vulnerable families, children, and youth.

Over her career, Kim has served as Manager of Employment Strategies for the Social and Employment Services Department within the City of London, including the launch of London Circles; Director of Programs and Community Development for Youth Opportunities Unlimited; and Director of a young offender residential facility for the Salvation Army. Currently, Kim serves as President of the Sarnia-Lambton Children’s Aid Society Board of Directors.

Kim is a graduate of Western University in Public Administration, Project Management and Fanshawe College Child and Youth Care. She has engaged in ongoing learning via the Ivey Business School within Western.

Kim is a certified lifetime Aha Process Inc. trainer in Bridges out of Poverty and Workplace Stability. Her facilitation skills have been requested across the country from Ontario, British Colombia, Prince Edward Island and various locations in northern Canada. Kim is thrilled to be a part of the dynamic Circles team.

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