events & training

Whether it’s events we’re leading for our clients, training we’re wanting to share with you, or exciting opportunities for non-profits to build their capacity, here’s where you can find different events and trainings that we’re working on.


Redefining the Non-Profit Sector: Youth Engagement Panel (JUNE 22ND 2022)

Wednesday, June 22nd 2022
7pm CST (SK Time)
via Zoom

Hosted in partnership between the Non-Profit Youth Leadership Network & Ivy + Dean Consulting

Youth engagement continues to be a hot topic in the non-profit sector, but how can we ensure we engage youth effectively? We’re asking the experts with a panel of three youth leaders discussing their experiences within the sector as well as tips for organizations looking to be purposeful in their youth strategies.

To learn more or to register, click here.


Dreaming of a Queered Workplace (APR 7TH 2022)

Thursday, April 7th 2022
via Zoom

Hosted by University of Regina Queer Initiative

Presented by Jacq Brasseur (Ivy + Dean Consulting)

Workplaces have pretty consistently been unsafe places for queer and trans people, and while EDI professionals have been slowly working to introduce 2SLGBTQ+ equity and inclusion practices into the corporate world, there remains so many opportunities for us to “queer” the workplace and how we manage the people within them. Jacq Brasseur has a decade-long history in leading queer and trans teams, and has spent even longer dreaming of what a truly queer workplace looks like and feels like for the people who work in it.

To learn more or to register, click here.


Keeping Our Non-Profits Safe: Legality of Maintaining COVID19 Restrictions for Saskatchewan Non-Profits (FEB 24TH 2022)

Thursday, February 24th 2022
1pm – 2:30pm
via Zoom

Hosted by Ivy + Dean & Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan

Facilitated by Paige Moreside (Bainbridge Jodouin Cheecham) & Andrea C. Johnson (Gerrand Rath Johnson LLP)

In partnership with Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, this webinar is open to all non-profits in Saskatchewan who are seeking some guidance about if they’ll be able to maintain COVID19 restrictions after the Saskatchewan Government recently withdrew all public health restrictions.

To learn more or to register, click here.