We support leaders and organizations looking to move the needle—not just check a box—on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in their organizations and beyond with two services: Advisory and Research.
We advise individual leaders and leadership teams, as well as DEI leaders and formal DEI task forces (and similar formal groups) in the development, refinement, and / or operationalization of DEI strategies that work. Advisory engagements involve a combination of strategic advisory, data and artifact analysis, and individual or group coaching.
Our advisory engagements are led by our Principal Advisors who collectively have robust experience in strategic planning, organizational learning and design, public policy, and nonprofit management, and are credentialed in coaching in intercultural contexts.
Read more about our Principal Advisors and their client work on our Team page.
Our Principal Researchers lead data collection, analysis, and writing for public-facing research projects commissioned by our client-partners, and provide secondary research support for Advisory engagements. Each Principal Researcher holds a doctoral degree in the social sciences, or is near completion (all-but-dissertation) of a doctoral degree in the social sciences, to ensure rigorous collection and analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data, and to connect key findings to relevant knowledge from the scholarly literature on organizations and management.
Our past research projects include a mixed-method examination of the state of racial equity in the animal welfare movement in partnership with Encompass and racial inequity in cancer care in partnership with the Tigerlily Foundation.
Learn more about our Principal Researchers on our Team page.