Equity and inclusion creates greater success for all.
Perhaps your company or organization wants to activate conversations around equity and inclusion so your staff feels seen and heard, gains tools and awareness, and you can assess what's working and where the opportunities for growth are.
I recommend an introductory two-hour workshop as a first step to assessing your current culture, before developing your diversity, equity and inclusion strategy, or as part of the process of deepening your strategy.
In my workshops, I introduce simple yet effective tools and frameworks, draw participants into courageous and vulnerable conversations, and help the participants to co-create real and practical strategies for handling a variety of difficult situations and dynamics, as well as identify issues that need to be addressed institutionally.
I have designed and facilitated staff-wide workshops for local organizations such as the Brooklyn Children's Museum, Camp Fort Greene and playgroundNYC. I've also delivered equity and inclusion training for over 100 new recruits globally for a mid-sized investment bank, and given women's leadership workshops at MediaOcean and the Women in Architecture Committee of the AIA.
Investment starts at $2,000. Sliding scale rates are available for non-profit or community based organizations.
"I attended your diversity training over the summer and I tell everyone your diversity training has been the best I’ve been to. I also sit on my boys school diversity committee so have attended a few by various organizations. However none have struck me in the way yours did.
Your training resonated with me for several reasons. I loved the fact you were able to draw out some of the participants who eventually shared with us some of the difficult situations they have encountered. Your very real and practical strategies to help us deal with traumatic situations was helpful. I also appreciated how you managed to keep us on task - conversation started to shift to gender which oftentimes annoys me because gender (and LGBTQ) are easier topics for white people to discuss and tackle than race. So I really appreciated you keeping us on the topic of race.”
- Equity and inclusion workshop attendee