Nayiri Tavlian practices intercultural communication on a daily basis as an interpreter in a social environment, as well as an intercultural intervention and training consultant. She teaches at the University of Montreal.
Her experiences in Quebec and abroad have allowed Nayiri to develop an approach that combines practice with reflection. She is the author of several articles that deal with the various facets of intercultural relations and co-authored a book published in 2019, titled, “À l’ère du numérique, sommes-nous encore des humains? L’interculturel en action.” (In the digital age, are we still human? Interculturality in action.)
In Montreal, Nayiri also founded a community organization whose mission is to sponsor, welcome and support refugees in Quebec.
Throughout her career, Nayiri has developed a sensitivity and appreciation for diversity and, more specifically, for the diversity that personifies Quebec. According to her, thinking differently about differences, changing the way we look at them, and using creativity are all ways to practice inclusion and make use of this richness.
Within Concilium Capital Humain, Nayiri deploys all of her expertise to the intercultural approach. She proposes innovative strategies that make it possible to recognize and promote the initiatives of organizations within the community.
Expert Consultant, Intercultural Relations