Dr. Khwezi Mbolekwa
Khwezi Mbolekwa is a dynamic leader in Anti-Racism Organization Development and Culture Change with success generating employee engagement vision and strategy for large complex healthcare and post-secondary educational organizations. He is a passionate catalyst for transformational change who believes an inclusive, healthy, respectful, and safe workplace environment is crucial to unleash the creativity and innovation to drive performance and results. With his experience in organization development, transformational culture change, employee engagement, diversity, inclusion and anti racism, Dr. Mbolkwa has had success using his operational acumen and understanding to successfully implement the vision and strategy for large complex healthcare, post-secondary education, and non government organizations.
Dr. Mbolekwa’s span of organizations he has served over the years includes the Alberta Children’s Hospital, Sick Kids Hospital, BC Childrens’ Hospital, the Vancouver/ Richmond Health Board, Provincial Health Services Authority, Fraser Health Authority, , Northern Health Authority, Carea Community Health Centre, amongst others. Dr. Mbolekwa has worked with the LGBTQ+ and Indigenous portfolios in health and post-secondary sectors on improving access to healthcare, education and addressing systemic racism and discrimination with both groups. Dr. Mbolekwa has experience working with several organizations and community groups to create respectful workplaces focusing on anti-harassment, anti bullying, and anti discrimination behaviors in service of diversity, inclusion, and equity. He holds several degrees including a PhD in Organizational Culture and Systems Transformation, a Master in Organizational Systems, a Master in Health Services Administration, and a Bachelor in Administrative & Commercial Studies.