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Professional Summary

I am a Racial Justice and Racial Equity content designer and facilitator. My work over the last decade has entered the spaces of local community organizers, businesses exploring how they think of their commitment to racial equity, foundations seeking to better understand their role in empowering communities and young people figuring out how to be responsible global citizens. When I am not educating on systemic inequity and racial justice, I am a passionate voice for the empowerment of women and girls.

Currently, my work is focused on organizational change emphasizing racially just oriented outcomes and some managerial advising requests based on availability and interest. Due to an increase in client demand and limited capacity due to covid-19, potential clients should be prepared for scheduling 3-6 months out depending on the request.

Skills

Facilitation  Copywriting    Organizational Consulting  Program Development  

Research  Policy Evaluation  Program Evaluation  Management Coaching

Leadership Development  Youth Development Grant Evaluation  

Community Organizing  Creative Initiatives

Work Experience

2013-Present

Founder & Co-Director, women reVamped

As the Founder and Co-Director, I coordinate the day-to-day activities of the organization while developing new programs and building partnerships with key stakeholders to accomplish the goal of empowering girls through targeted outreach and intentional development.

2017-Present

Racial Justice Organizer, Michigan Disability Rights Coalition

My role is to develop a programming framework that centers people of color with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the state of Michigan - the intent being to mobilize these individuals to advocate for their interests in their respective communities. Additionally I work to create inclusive and racial justice oriented frameworks for disability organizations within Michigan while documenting the conflicts and resolutions at the intersection of racial justice and disability advocacy.

2015-2017

Director of Strategic Programs, Partners for a Racism-Free Community

A service based nonprofit, PRFC focused on assisting institutions with building equitable environments through consulting and programming. My role specifically focused on the community based education programming, managing external communications and building a base of collaborators to move anti-racism and equity work forward in West Michigan.

Education

2008-2012

Grand Valley State University

Studies focusing on Public Administration with an emphasis on Public Personnel Management and Criminal Justice policy emphasizing Juvenile Corrections.

Interests

Racial Equity and Justice, Workplace Productivity/Efficiency, Organizational Management, Leadership, Personnel Policy, Employee Experience, Workforce Investment, Workplace Inclusion, Intersectionality, and Gender Inclusion.

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