As an international public speaker and consultant, Farah shifts mindsets and strips away bias to increase resilience, inclusion, and justice. Her holistic approach fuses the arts, therapeutic techniques, and ethnography to reduce harm while improving self-worth, productivity and purpose with relevance and harmony. She commits to building a diverse community of leaders who are proud to be fearless and flawsome without limiting beliefs, self-doubt, or shame.
For 25 years, she has been using creativity to reveal and resolve barriers to equity and to foster economic, professional, and personal development, while improving belonging and sparking innovation. Her successes include facilitating programs for over 100,000 people, producing and creating over 30 performances, implementing 6 community projects for social change, co-founding the Dance Movement Therapy Association in Canada and Le Groupe Herencias. Farah focuses on identity, respect, vitality, and empathy to decolonize behaviours so we can dare to be audaciously visible and aligned beings.