Guided by an intersectional framework and an ethic of care


Brief surveys and key informant interviews can provide insight into your current climate and culture


Specialized sessions constructed based on assessment and feedback for your specific needs


Individual or small-group engagement for focused goal-setting and deep learning

1.) Assess your current culture and climate

A current evaluation of how your organization understands and incorporates diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of work is important for determining your path for growth and change.

2.) Engage in small group training

Depending on the size and needs of your organization it can be beneficial to begin education and training with a select group of leaders who can model inclusive language and practices for the entire team.

Small group training

3.) Follow up

Diversity, equity, and inclusion progress will not be successful if it is not embedded in the fabric of your mission and work. Sustained progress requires consistent engagement, assessment, and cultivation.

4.) Build individual and organizational capacity

As you move toward construction of a more humane and equitable workspaces, advanced education and training is recommended for your equity advocates so you can bring your organization to its pinnacle of growth.

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  • Ph.D., Communication and Culture, University of New Mexico
  • Master’s of Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law
  • B.A., Organizational Communication, Pepperdine University

Previous Employers

  • Nicholson School of Communication and Media, University of Central Florida
  • California State University, Stanislaus
  • Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
  • Packman and Associates