Equity Centred. Inclusivity Focused. Results Driven.

We collaborate with organizations to ensure you are well-positioned to anchor equity, inclusion, and diversity as a foundation at the core of your work.

About us

KAMA is an equity, inclusion, and anti-racist firm, combining expertise in anti-Black racism and anti-oppression, strategic communications, and non-profit leadership and structure.

We collaborate with organizations to ensure you are well-positioned to anchor equity, inclusion, and diversity as a foundation at the core of your work.

Our areas of focus utilizes an equity lens using the frameworks of anti-oppression and anti-Black racism.


Areas of service include

Change Management

Organizational Equity Framework Development

Equitable recruitment and hiring

Change Management

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Workshops, Training, and coaching

Equity/Affinity Group- staff engagement

Marketing & Strategic Communications management & content creation

    • Crisis Management
    • Risk and Issues Management
    • Social Media Strategy
    • Inclusive communications coaching for individuals and teams
    • Content creation
    • Internal Communications
    • External Communications

Non-Profit leadership

    • Grant writing for non-profits
    • Strategic Planning
    • Organizational coaching

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Our Approach

We anchor all our work in three key pillars.


At its core, equity work and inclusive communications approaches are change management initiative. As such, it is critical to ensure that all teams, staff, leaders, and stakeholders are engaged in any process of equitable change. Our inclusive approach means that we recognize that not all consultative formats work well for all people. We therefore will offer a variety of consultative options, based on your organization’s needs


Working in relationship with staff teams, particularly those who may already be advocates within the organization is critical to ensure buy-in and support of the recommendations coming out of an anti-oppression and equity review


We know that accountability is the only way that equity, diversity, and inclusion work will take root within an organization. Often identifying accountable actions can be stressful and can also land solely on the shoulders of organizational leaders. At KAMA, we take the time to ensure that accountability for equity, inclusion and diversity work is understood at all levels of the organization.

Founder, Principal Consultant

Kearie Daniel

Kearie Daniel is the founder and principal consultant of KAMA Consulting. She is also a non-profit leader, communications strategist, and thought leader in equity and change management.

With decades of experience leading strategic initiatives across multiple sectors including healthcare as a lead communications advisor within Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health), the non-profit sector, and the child welfare sector, Kearie is skilled at embedding equitable solutions with communications initiatives. Kearie also led strategic communications and community engagement for the provincial initiative One Vision One Voice community initiative to address the overrepresentation of Black children in the child welfare system, at the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies.

Full Bio

Kearie is also a co-founder and the inaugural Executive Director of Parents of Black Children, one of the fastest-growing non-profits in Ontario. Kearie has spearheaded and created the organization’s strategic vision, mandate, and approach and has leveraged her experience with systems navigation in cancer care and child welfare system to implement the methodology in support of Black families engaged within the education system across Ontario. This has changed the landscape of support for Black parents by formalizing the historic practice of Black community advocacy within the education sector.

As a ‘learning futurist’, Kearie also works to challenge existing educational pedagogy and encourages education leaders to re-imagine education design. In this capacity, Kearie also conceptualized and led the development of PoBC’s Omo Africentric Campus, the first Africentric virtual campus in Canada accessible for Black children and families- offering an alternative, reimagining of how electronic platforms can be utilized in the education space and wrote and introduced an Advocacy Framework to support the work of Black community advocates within the education system.

In addition to her work within non-profit leadership, Kearie has anchored her career as a thought leader and writer on race, motherhood, and education issues for multiple publication.

Kearie is a successful grant writer taking the Parents of Black Children’s operating budget from $200,000 to $1.1 million within one year.

With a Masters’ degree in Broadcast Journalism and a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications, Kearie began her career as a Journalist working as a freelance associate producer and assignment editor for NBC News, London Bureau.

In 2017 Kearie created the Podcast and Blog, Woke Mommy Chatter, a space to combat the invisibilizing of the Black motherhood experience and to shed light on the Black parenting journey. Kearie also writes about race, equity, and the Black motherhood experience for various publications, including Today’s Parents, CBC Parent, Flare, and Chatelaine.