Leadership development coaching and consulting that prepares you to be more effective in diversity, equity, inclusion work.

  • Understanding, managing, and adapting to differences is critical to success as individuals, teams, and organizations.

  • Cultural competence/agility/intelligence are a necessary foundation for achieving your goals in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

  • Do you know and understand the lens through which you see the world, and how it affects your expectations, perceptions, decisions, and behaviors?

  • How do our individual and collective lenses impact policies, practices, and systems?

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"We don't see things as they are,

we see them as we are."


Your personal experience is invaluable, and makes you who you are. And still, you have come to see that the way you look at, understand and interact with the world and the people in it is limited by your own personal lens. You are not alone! We're building experiences and community to expand the scope of that lens. With an attitude of openness and humility, we'll explore new opportunities to learn and move from thought to action together.

Your small organization, team, or Board are seeing challenges in old ways of operating and seeking opportunities for examining and finding new approaches that are more inclusive, equitable, and successful for you and for those you serve. Let's explore what that means for your people, processes, and structures, determine what meaningful change looks like for you, and how to get there together.

With a unique mix of training and experience that spans industries and disciplines, an educational foundation in industrial-organizational psychology, a DEI & belonging lens, and a strong grounding in community, I'm here to help you identify opportunities for growth and facilitate the learning and change you need to achieve your personal, professional, and organizational goals.

Let's talk about what we can do together.


*This quote has multiple attributions, and the original source appears lost to history. https://quoteinvestigator.com/2014/03/09/as-we-are/

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