Mission Statement

Mosaic Cross-Cultural solutions strives to create education and training materials that will foster diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.

We seek to work with partners in a respectful manner and to bring effective education and training to workplaces seeking greater levels of inclusion. Our mission is to provide effective, innovative and easy-to-use solutions to workplaces across the globe.


Do you offer free workshops, seminars or speeches?

While I do teach part-time at Queen’s university, I am not a full time academic and cannot offer many services for free. However, I do offer a free one hour consultation to learn more about how we may be able to partner together.

Do you offer services in the United States?

Yes, I offer services in the United States and other countries globally.

How can I book you to speak at my school?

There are several ways to contact me. Feel free to call me at 1-800-674-8422 for a free consultation. During that conversation, we will work out the details about the talk. You can also fill out the contact form on this website and the message will be sent directly to me.

Are your workshops customizable?

Yes, most of my workshops are customized to suit the needs of your organization. If you purchase a course that has already been developed, I would be happy to tailor the course to meet your organization’s profile.

What subject areas do you provide training in?

As a cross-cultural expert, I provide training in cross-cultural understanding, along with workplace diversity, equity and inclusion. I also provide mediation when conflicts involving staff arise.

About Dr. Anita Jack-Davies

Dr. Anita Jack-Davies, Certified Mediator

Dr. Anita Jack-Davies is an academic and cross-cultural expert. She specializes in examining issues of equity, diversity and inclusion as they impact the changing workplace. Dr. Jack-Davies is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Urban Planning at Queen’s University and founder of Mosaic Cross-Cultural Solutions, an agency that specializes in the development and delivery of curriculum materials such as online and blended courses, training programs, white papers and retreats.

She is a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (www.idiinventory.com), an instrument designed to assess the cultural competence of employees. A certified Mediator, Dr. Jack-Davies works with organizations by conducting human rights investigations, facilitations and conflict resolution training aimed at reestablishing effective practices in the workplace.

She has appeared on the CTV National News and the CBC radio discussing cross-cultural issues in a Canadian context. Dr. Jack-Davies is the author of Lawrencia’s Last Parang: On Race & Belonging as Black in Canada (submitted, no publisher identified) and Teaching in “Dangerous” Places: Race and the Inner-City School. (submitted, no publisher identified).


  • 2011 – Ph.D. Queen’s University
    Concentrations: Cultural & Policy Studies (major) & Cultural Geography (minor)
  • 2007 – M.Ed. Queen’s University
    Concentration: Cultural & Policy Studies
  • 1998 – B.Ed. Western University
    Concentration: Junior/Intermediate – English
    Certification: Ontario College of Teachers
  • 1997 – B.A. (Honours)
    Concentrations: English & Sociology

Dr. Anita Jack-Davies in the News

  • December 2016: Watch Dr. Jack-Davies speaking on Canada’s CTV National Network News on the appearance of Viola Desmond on the Canadian $10.00 bill
  • December 2016: Watch Dr. Jack-Davies speaking on Canada’s CTV News as Canadians react to the new Viola Desmond $10.00 bank note