SOLUTIONS

A dedicated, system-wide investment in comprehensive Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training programs can create healthy, powerful, synergistic and life-transforming alliances for the benefit of your greatest asset - your people.  A highly engaged, diverse workforce is a critical driver in business success and long-term financial gains.

PLANNING

We develop an action plan that respects your employees, addresses the needs of the organization, and remains sensitive to time and payroll.  We become a trusted partner for accomplishing your business goals for this fiscal year – and beyond.

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STRATEGY

Our team will perform an assessment of your internal work culture, policies and practices through the lens of our four core pillars: gender, race, inter-generations, and employee well-being.

 

We will share these findings with leadership to determine the organization’s needs and recommend appropriate engagement practices to impart transformative change.

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RESULTS

Our training address the complexities of diversity: the individual and organizational benefits; barriers to attainment; and action plans for individuals and organizations to create inclusive, synergistic and transformative work cultures that increase productivity and employee satisfaction and retention.

 

Understanding that change is a process and not an event, we offer monitoring and follow up coaching to improve implementation.

EXPERIENCE

CORPORATE
  • Alcon

  • Allstate

  • BNSF – Burlington Northern Santa Fe

  • Chicago Lawyer’s Committee

  • Federation of State Medical Boards

  • GlaxoSmithKline

  • Higginbotham Insurance

  • Hospital Corporation of America (HCA)

  • Lennox International

  • Lockheed Martin

  • Microsoft

  • Pfizer

  • Plaid for Women, Inc.

  • Raytheon

  • TD Industries

INTERNATIONAL
  • Commission on the Status of Women

  • The Huairou Commission – Empowering Grassroots Women Around the World

  • *International Assoc. of Human Rights Agencies (IAOHRA)

  • United Nations

  • United Nation’s Women's Major Group

  • YPO - Young Presidents Organization

ORGANIZATIONS
  • Black Chambers of Commerce

  • City of Fort Worth

  • Fetzer Institute

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Hispanic Women’s Network

  • Institute for Health Improvement

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness

  • North Texas Roofer's Association

  • Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation

  • Texas Workforce Commission

  • United Way

  • Women's Policy Forum

EDUCATION
  • Tarrant County Community College

  • TCU - Brite Divinity School

  • Social Practice Arts Research Center (SPARC) at Univ. of California at Santa Cruz

  • Winter Institute (Mississippi, Belfast, Northern Ireland & Cape Town, South Africa)