Audrey Wubbenhorst is a Canadian Governance, Policy, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion expert. With over 20 years of experience and a passion for effective communication, Audrey has had the privilege of working with various clients and organizations, taking on projects that span different areas, such as governance and diversity. She has worked with organizations to assess board effectiveness, developed governance structures, and embedded equity, diversity, and inclusion into those practices.
As a consultant for the Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) initiative, Audrey and another Canadian expert, Colin Decker, work collaboratively with Colombia’s National Planning Department (DNP) and the Colombian Observatory for Venezuelan Migration (OMV) to provide technical assistance to design and implement a digital and automated system for the collection, management, monitoring, dissemination, and analysis of migration data from different sources at the national and territorial levels.
Audrey’s work focuses on migration data analysis. She is driven by the desire to identify any gaps or barriers that impede the successful integration of migrants into society and determine which policy changes may be necessary. Ultimately, she hopes to develop a model to implement in future scenarios, providing a valuable framework for similar situations worldwide.
Based in Toronto, Audrey is a professor teaching communication at Humber College. She has a Master of Arts in Communications and a Master of Business Administration. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from McGill University and has a certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility from St. Michael’s College (University of Toronto). Audrey has also completed her ICD.D. designation with the Rotman School of Management. She has authored a textbook on human resources strategy and a book on critical data literacy.