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If you are interested in better working towards racial equity, explore my workshops and services!

I have delivered professional development services, presentations, and keynotes to over 12,000 educators from 10 countries, including the US. Learn more about workshops, consulting, year-long courses, and this year’s conference!



Antiracist Needs Assessment
Aligning Services
Developing Strategic Plans
Scaling Change
Curriculum Audits
Instructional Coaching for Antiracist Outcomes

Antiracist Teaching
1:1 Leadership Coaching
Antiracist Leadership
Racial Affinity Groups
Racial Equity Leadership Team Institute

1 on 1 Leadership Coaching
Team Support/Facilitation, Real-Time Coaching
Antiracist School/Classroom Walkthroughs and Racial Equity Audits

Norms, Accountability, and Culture Shifts
How to Interrupt Racist Remarks
Restoring Community After Harm Has Been Done
Culturally Responsive and Transformational Adult Learning Spaces
Developing Shared Values and Commitment to Justice

What happened when my school started talking about White Supremacy Culture?
10 Racist Things to Stop Doing in Classrooms, 10 Antiracist Things to Start Doing, Tomorrow.
What To Say When Someone Says Something Racist, and What’s Stopping You from Saying It.
Antiracist Beacons of Hope – Where Can We Look To For Signs of Change
From Powerhoarding to Powersharing – Leading for Racial Equity
What I Learned From Leading Culturally Responsive Teaching
Black Excellence – We’re here, We belong here, and We ain’t going no where!

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Antiracist Hiring and BIPOC Retention

Ok. We want to have a more diverse staff right? But how do we get there? What do we ask? And how do we avoid tokenization? Find out at the workshop.

I feel better equipped to "call-in" microaggressions, and able to discuss a recent microaggression in a productive way.

-attendee from the "Ain't Nothing Micro about Microaggressions" Tweet

Interrupting Microaggressions

Microaggressions are everywhere. The classroom, the office, and on the street. They create small cracks in our psyche, that slowly break us down. Let’s do something about them!

Now that I am well aware what a microaggression is and the impact, I am committed to think carefully before I question or make a comment to one of my students or colleagues.

-attendee from the "Interrupting Microaggressions" workshop Tweet

Racial Affinity Groups in Schools

No, racial affinity groups are not racist. They are an essential strategy for transforming schools and organizations into equity-centered spaces. Join us for our next workshop on April 23rd, so that you can experience first hand what it looks, sounds and feels like to engage in racial affinity work.

For me it was to push through my own discomfort as I begin this work with my staff. I need to lead by example.

-attendee from the "Racial Affinity Groups in Schools workshop Tweet

Antiracist Project Based Learning

We know we need to teach different, but what exactly and how? What does antiracist education look like in practice. Come find out at our next Antiracist Project Based Learning Workshop.

I felt like right off the bat I was in a space with like-minded educators so that was great and just diving right into the heart of it

-attendee from the "Anti-Racist Project Based Learning" workshop Tweet

Year-Long Courses

Antiracist Teaching


  • Restorative Practices, Trauma Sensitivity, and Liberating Black Bodies
  • Culturally Relevant and Revolutionary Project Based Learning
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching is more than just diverse texts
  • Black History Month, Ethnic Studies, and Decolonizing Curricula
    Organizing for School Transformation

1:1 Leadership Coaching

Meets monthly for 60 minutes
1 on 1 conversations to consult, check progress, and strategize


  • Leading system-wide racial equity development
  • We will work together to select goals for the year, matching my expertise with your needs.

Antiracist Leadership

Meets for 10 months; 2nd Thursday of each month


  • Unpacking, creating, and checking “braver” norms
  • Writing, stating, and revisiting equity imperatives
  • Multiyear-long term planning for racial equity
  • Agenda design, resistance, and antiracist audibles in meetings
  • Team development and leadership skill development

Racial Affinity Groups


  • Use a research-based framework and other equity-based resources to understand and discuss how racial identity development influences our beliefs and behaviors as educators.
  • Actively participate in a supportive space for healing, reflection, learning, and personal connections.
  • Experience how racial affinity groups serve as an essential strategy for working toward antiracism in our schools.

Racial Equity Leadership Team Institute


  • Creating a common purpose and articulating your team why
  • Unpacking, creating, and checking “braver” norms
  • Assessing the needs of your school or organization
  • Analyzing data that matters to racial equity work
  • Multiyear-long term planning for racial equity
  • Leveraging marginalized student/family voices
  • Agenda design, resistance, and antiracist audibles in meetings
  • Team development and leadership skill development
  • Assessing individual leadership skills