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Summary

For #InVinoFab podcast episode no. 31, we welcome Kristin Roe to share her story. Kristen is a leader in diversity, equity & inclusion practices within the child welfare sector in Ontario, Canada. It is through the lessons taught to her within grassroots social justice movements that have been the most profound in her knowledge & understanding of inequities in systems & structures. We talk open water swimming, systems, and more.

Show Notes

For #InVinoFab podcast episode no. 31, we welcome Kristin Roe to share her story. Kristen is a leader in diversity, equity and inclusion practices within the child welfare sector in Ontario, Canada. She has earned graduate degrees in Adult Education, Community Development and Social Work. It is through the lessons taught to her within grassroots social justice movements that have been the most profound in her knowledge and understanding of inequities in systems and structures. Kristin navigates the world through much privilege but also through the experiences of living with Bipolar disorder. She is committed to sharing her lens of anti-stigma towards mental illness and also in her role as an ally. In her spare time, Kristin has been known to swim large bodies of water for social justice causes close to her heart and is in love with her rambunctious Portuguese Water dog, Dezzy.

Here are links to a few things we discussed on the pod about open water swimming, community development, social work, and social justice issues: 
“I think one thing that has challenged my own thinking is trusting the universe. That the universe can take care of you at times.” Kristin Roe, Lessons learned from Indigenous leaders in her community  

“We like to stay in our own systems. and we like to stay in our own silos, and do our work, and figure out our problems on our own...[we need to] come together to do work and learn together through an equity and inclusion lens.” Kristin reflects on a recent symposium to address community divisions and equity needs within our public works.

#InVinoFab Recommendations:
To Drink [WINE]: Benjamin Bridge’s Nova 7 Sparkling White Wine 

Must Watch [VIDEO/TALKS]:
To Read [BOOK]: 
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What is The #InVinoFab Podcast?

The #InVinoFab Podcast uncorks to share stories about women+, wine, and work through personal stories. In Vino Fabulum, means: In Wine, Story! Co-hosts @ProfPatrice & @LauraPasquini bring different voices and ideas to the pod to challenge, learn, and engage listeners for issues and ideas impacting women in their communities and at work. These narrative episodes are delightfully paired with interesting projects, workplace experiences, helpful learning anecdotes, and creative discoveries for how women live today. Listen to the podcast and join the conversation at @InVinoFab (Instagram & Twitter).