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About Content Strong

A boutique communications consultancy that uses strategy, training, & inclusive content to build brand recognition and create stronger connections between businesses and their many diverse audiences.

With a focus on inclusive communications, founder Sharlyn Carrington offers the gold standard of consulting services including strategy, copywriting, keynotes & training as you build your communications capabilities, strengthen your team & connect with your surrounding communities.

Principal // owner

Sharlyn Carrington

Sharlyn Carrington

Sharlyn is an award-winning creative communications strategist, racial equity advocate, consultant, speaker and corporate trainer with 13+ years in public and private sector communications.

Sharlyn has throughout the breadth of her career managed integrated PR and marketing campaigns, engaged key audiences, and advised executives, political leaders and business owners on how to build and maintain their reputations and brands.

Her public sector work led her to provide communications advice to over 12 ministers, two premiers, and develop campaigns and protocols for programs that supported underrepresented and vulnerable populations.

Her consultancy now advises businesses of every size in both public and private sectors. She provides strategies to strengthen brands and manage reputations, develops communications and protocols that encourage trusting dialogue, and she trains teams to use an inclusion and equity lens in their communications and engagement. 

As both a racial equity advocate and speaker, her research and lived experience is contributing to a robust conversation about the lack of diversity in Public Relations and effective avenues for change.

A seasoned project manager, Sharlyn holds a master’s in communications management from McMaster University, a bachelor’s in communications from Carleton University, a graduate certificate in public relations from Humber College and a certificate in inclusive leadership from Centennial College. 

She is also the co-founder & committee chair of The Ubora Network, a not-for-profit working to elevate the profile of excellent Black communicators in public relations.

Sharlyn Carrington

Principal // owner

Sharlyn Carrington

Sharlyn is an award-winning creative communications strategist, racial equity advocate, consultant, speaker and corporate trainer with 13+ years in public and private sector communications.

Sharlyn has throughout the breadth of her career managed integrated PR and marketing campaigns, engaged key audiences, and advised executives, political leaders and business owners on how to build and maintain their reputations and brands.

Her public sector work led her to provide communications advice to over 12 ministers, two premiers, and develop campaigns and protocols for programs that supported underrepresented and vulnerable populations.

Her consultancy now advises businesses of every size in both public and private sectors. She provides strategies to strengthen brands and manage reputations, develops communications and protocols that encourage trusting dialogue, and she trains teams to use an inclusion and equity lens in their communications and engagement. 

As both a racial equity advocate and speaker, her research and lived experience is contributing to a robust conversation about the lack of diversity in Public Relations and effective avenues for change.

A seasoned project manager, Sharlyn holds a master’s in communications management from McMaster University, a bachelor’s in communications from Carleton University, a graduate certificate in public relations from Humber College and a certificate in inclusive leadership from Centennial College. 

She is also the co-founder & committee chair of The Ubora Network, a not-for-profit working to elevate the profile of excellent Black communicators in public relations.