Season 2 Episode 11: Boundary Work with McKensie Mack

The function of freedom is to free someone else.

Toni Morrison

Welcome back  to the Queer Circle Podcast where Queer Healers come to the mic to share their journeys and what they’d tell their younger selves. Today’s guest is McKensie Mack (they/them), a Black, Queer, Non-Binary person based in Chicago, IL/Occupied Ojibwe, Odawa and Bodewadmi land. McKensie Mack (pronouns: they/them) is a trilingual anti-oppression consultant, researcher, facilitator, and the founder & CEO of MMG. MMG is a global social justice organization and change management firm that specializes in organizational change management; helping people transform culture, practices, and policies at the intersection of race, gender, class, disability, and LGBTQ+ identity. Their clients are currently based all over the world in the U.S., the UK, France, South Africa, Nigeria, Germany, Spain, and Peru. McKensie is the former Executive Director of one of the largest social justice projects on Wikipedia and recently completed research with Ellen Pao, former interim CEO of Reddit, and machine learning designer and researcher, Caroline Sinders, on the dynamics of harm and repair in the remote workplace. Read the report here. To learn more about McKensie’s work, check out their website mckensiemack.com or on Instagram @mckensiemackgroup and @mckensiemack.

Listen to this Episode HERE.

Music by Purple Fluorite (Bandcamp // or all the streaming platforms)

Transcript

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