Bloom Consulting Facilitators

Bloom is a team of facilitators, coaches, trainers and artists, passionate about supporting the evolutionary change of organizations and our world. We believe that together we are stronger and more resilient than we are alone, and that changing the way we do change work to be more equitable, healthy and inclusive is critical work of our times.
For more information, you can find us at www.bloomworld.org.

Rehana Tejpar, M.ED. (she/her) is a facilitator and somatic practitioner who accompanies organizations in their change processes towards greater health, equity, aliveness and transformative leadership, in a way that is creative and embodied. She believes in the power of transformative learning and collective wisdom towards building living systems that invite us all to thrive in our wholeness. She is the founding co-director at bloom consulting, and an associate with The Outside and the Centre for Community Organizations. She has a Masters in Education from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, in Sociology and Equity Studies in Education and is a practitioner of Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter, Dialogue for Peaceful Change, Theatre of the Oppressed and InterPlay. She has been facilitating transformative change for the past 15 years with not-for-profit organizations, government departments, companies and grassroots communities.

Moyo Rainos Mutamba, Ph.D., is a community facilitator and lecturer of social work (diversity, equity, and inclusion) at the University of Waterloo and Social justice and Indigenous studies at Centennial College. His research and scholarship are in Indigenous Epistemology (Ubuntu) and its intersections with research, learning facilitation and community social work; decolonization and community-engaged learning. Moyo has facilitated and led anti-oppression workshops in diverse contexts locally and internationally. Moyo holds a Masters of Social Work ( specialization in diversity and social justice) and a Doctorate in Social Justice Education from the University of Toronto. You can also find Moyo playing mbira music and telling stories in the communities he is a part of.

 

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