"I'm a good person. But I'm too embarrassed to admit that I don't know how to work well with people who are different from me."

Does that sound like you?  If so, then you've come to the right place.

There's nothing wrong with you- together, we can address the systems that create barriers on the intersections of success for you, your organization, and society at-large.

Systems Informed Implicit Bias Training

You know those half day "diversity" trainings that leave you confused, unsure of how to move forward, but reticent to admit a lack of understanding?  This training is not that.  In this training, which is comprised of a series of sessions, participants are presented with multiple opportunities to critically assess how their behaviors- and biases- are subconsciously informed by cultural conditioning and develop individualized plans to confront internalized bias and address systems of oppression as a whole.

Strategic Planning Facilitation

Finally, strategic planning that sticks- gather your cohort together for a full day of confronting individual and systemic barriers to goal attainment- and then identify the goals you wish to move forward with.

Be prepared to think critically as you explore simple, yet provocative questions intended to jumpstart success.


Unsure of how to get your organization/curriculum/

documents into compliance as it pertains to the ADA, the Plain Writing Act of 2010, or any other state/federal mandate?  I can help.

Fully intersectional individual/group/
organization-based coaching
Political campaign advising
Public Speaking

As a society, we are rapidly embracing- and grappling with- layers of diversity within ourselves an at play in our community at a level that has no historical precedent.  How does that translate to the world of work, political campaigns, to self?

How does formulating multicultural competence translate to positive outcomes at every level?

Let's discuss.

The inconvenient truth is this: too many culturally incompetent people are at the helm of political campaigns and initiatives.

The result is this: alienation of constituencies campaigns are meant to attract, which typically leads to losing.

The key to creating a campaign that mobilizes the nearly fifty percent of eligible voters on election day?  The answer is simple, but not necessarily easy to implement because the work required involves confronting bias and systemic barriers to civic participation.

Email me for more information.

Are you looking for a genuinely one-of-a-kind individual for your conference, gala, or other event?  

Let's talk!