Under the Dirty Diversity brand, I provide workshops, online and in-person events, as well as business consulting services for corporations and institutions. See below for more details about what I provide.  

3-month and 6-month Consulting

I am available to serve as an external DEI consultant to help your organization or institution create strategies for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion. The consulting collaboration services include:

  • Strategy sessions: Weekly meetings to discuss your DEI-related issues in order to adequately diagnose the specific DEI issues and create solutions to remedy these issues.

  • Guidance on assessing processes and practices (hiring, recruitment, selection, promotions, etc) from a DEI perspective

  • Individual leadership coaching sessions with a DEI-focus

  • Monthly DEI workshops. Workshop topics I specialize in include:

    1. Creating Safer Spaces for Black Women at Work

    2. How to Support Employees of Marginalized Backgrounds

    3. Creating an Anti-Racist Organization that is Inclusive for All

    4. Why Your Unconscious Bias Trainings Keep Failing: Addressing Systemic and Structural Issues 

    5. Recognizing and Reducing Micro-aggressive Behaviors

    6. How to Facilitate Racial Dialogue in the Workplace

    7. Metrics for Assessing Equity and Inclusion

    8. Dismantling and Disrupting Your Anti-Blackness

    9. How to Support Black Employees In Your Workplace

    10. Understanding and Exploring Hair Discrimination

The Pink Elephant Workshop Series:

I also facilitate the Pink Elephant workshop series for organizations and institutions. This workshop series is based on my best-selling book, The Pink Elephant. Four workshops are included in this series, which are based on different chapters of The Pink Elephant book.

Workshop 1: Understanding White Supremacy in the Workplace or on your campus [Ch. 3]

Workshop 2: Facilitating Racial Dialogue [Ch. 6]

Workshop 3: Strategies to Support Black Employees/Faculty/Students [Ch. 8]

Workshop 4: Addressing Systemic Racism in your Organization/Institution [Ch. 9]


Sankofa Summit Tours

Tour Group

The objective of the Sankofa Summit is to give individuals an interactive learning experience about Black history in and around different cities around the U.S. Individuals will take a virtual tour, visiting several different locations. Each stop on the tour is a historic location, ripe with Black culture and history. Organizations are encouraged to take part in this unique experience where employees learn about the Black history within their local city/town. This experience can be adapted to any city or town.  

Research (Galinsky, Ku, Wang, 2005; Galinsky, Ku, Wang, 2008) indicates that perspective-taking activities that allow a person to put themselves in the shoes of another person, will foster social bonds and will reduce stereotypes and prejudice. Research (Onyeador, Daumeyer, Rucker, Duker, Kraus, Richeson, 2020) also finds that “learning more about historical and structural racism has been shown to make white Americans more alert to discrimination and racial disparities.”

The Sankofa Summit is specifically designed for organizations and institutions but can be utilized by anyone hoping to increase their knowledge and understanding of Black history. Accompanying each virtual stop on the tour will be a history lesson regarding the significance of each location.

The Pink Elephant Workshop Series:
Consume Digest Dialogue (CDD)

This is a facilitated workshop discussion where employees are invited to consume piece of historical content (movie, video, TV show, podcast, article, social media post, etc.), digest what they have seen or heard and then discuss their interpretations, understanding and what they have learned with fellow employees.

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