Natasha Tony is a certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor, specializing in conflict resolution and labour relations.
Her academic background includes mediation, negotiation and coaching (Justice Institute of British Columbia) and Labour Relations (Queen’s University). Beyond that, Natasha has developed and presented workshops and master classes throughout North America.
Natasha’s foundation workshops are: Building Inclusive Organizations, Facilitating Conversations on Equity & Inclusion, Conflict Management, Shop Steward Training, Respectful Workplace for the Entertainment Industry and Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace. With the BCFED Health & Safety Centre Natasha co-developed Workplace Bullying and Harassment, endorsed by WorkSafeBC, which continues to be taught to workers across BC.
Natasha has worked in labour relations for the International Alliance of Theatre and Stage Employees Local 891 and prior to that was an Extras Casting Director in film and TV for 15 years.
In addition to designing and facilitating workshops, Natasha also enjoys guest speaking in Canada and the US on activism, equity and inclusion. She is a Steering Committee Co-Chair for The Inner Activist and IATSE Local 891’s Women’s Committee.
Presenting: Respectful Workplaces in the Entertainment Industry
Panelist: #MeToo: One Year Later