Diversity at the Heart of Statistics Canada - Video transcript
Statistics Canada symbol and Canada word mark appear on screen with the title: Diversity at the Heart of Statistics Canada
The sentence: (Statistics Canada supports, encourages and promotes diversity in the workplace.) appears on screen.
Li Xue: Hi, I’m Li Xue.
Alexandra Bassa: My name is Alexandra Bassa
Stephanie Kootoo Chiarello: My name is Stephanie
Angela Yuan Wu: My name is Angela Yuan
Melanie Al-Switi: My name is Melanie Al-Switi
Franklin Assoumou Ndong: My name is Franklin Assoumou Ndong
Ying Di: My name is Ying Di
Lie Xue: Working at Statistics Canada as director of Social Analysis and Modeling in the National Capital region.
Alexandra Bassa: And I’m a Communications officer at Stats Can in Ottawa. Stephanie Kootoo
Chiarello: I’m the Indigenous Liaison Advisor for Inuit Nunangat at Statistics Canada.
Li Xue: Currently I am working in the International Accounts and Trade Division as an economist. I’m working on Canadian exports and imports projects.
Melanie Al-Switi: I’m proud to say that I am a Communications officer with the Social Media and Events team here in the National Capital Region.
Franklin Assoumou Ndong: I’m Chief of Statistical Standards at Statistics Canada where I have been working since 2006.
Angela Yuan: Currently, I’m the Chief of the Globalization Measures section at the International Accounts and Trade Division.
Lie Xue: I’m leading a group of analysts to provide relevant information insights on various social economic issues, including immigration, labour market trends, education and skills. As an immigrant myself, I am so proud of what my team and I are doing.
Ying Di: I appreciate my organization can recognize my Chinese background.
Franklin Assoumou Ndong: I believe diversity and inclusion are really key fundamentals that have drive, innovation, better performance as well as better public services for all Canadians.
Canada wordmark appears on screen.