Litzy Baeza has over 15 years of experience in international education and development by helping others understand culture and intercultural interactions. She has worked in various post-secondary institutions in Canada and has lived and worked overseas.
Litzy’s expertise and professional interests are in such areas as intercultural communication; cross-cultural intelligence; diversity and inclusion; international education; international relations etiquette; and curriculum design. Litzy has worked with a number of organizations in public and private sectors, including the University of Alberta, NAIT, NorQuest College, and the Government of Alberta, helping them increase their practices in intercultural competency, diversity and inclusion.
Litzy is also a creative writer. She is currently writing non-fiction about her life experiences in Cuba.
“Despite popular beliefs to the contrary, the single greatest barrier to business success is the one erected by culture…” by Edward T. Hall
Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Workplace Training
The Equality Act 2010 legally protects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society. Taught from the philosophy of diversity and inclusion, the CAC Learning Centre helps employees, managers, and delegates understand issues connected...
Cross-cultural Competency Training
At CAC we pride ourselves on promoting cross-cultural competencies and practices across public and private sectors. Our Cultural Competency Training will help you assess current organizational cultures while increasing competencies in an effort to promote...