A Diverse Vision of Effective Leadership

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  Much of my work involves gathering insights from communities of color and reporting those insights to organizations who wish to partner with and/or serve them. During this process, I am often charged with engaging community leaders. The traditional image … Continued

It’s A Matter of Trust

    “Your reputation and integrity are everything. Follow through on what you say you’re going to do. Your credibility can only be built over time, and it is built from the history of your words and actions.” – Maria … Continued

Building Blocks for Multicultural Coalitions

  I’m at the tail end of a project in which I’m facilitating an organizational development process for an asset building coalition to determine what its permanent organizational structure should be.  (In this case, asset building involves advocating for policies … Continued

A Strength-Based Approach to Looking at the Achievement Gap

In my years as a consultant, I’ve developed relationships with a number of fellow consultants with whom I work on a regular basis.  These are people who share similar perspectives on client relationships, quality of work, integrity, and a number … Continued

Journey to Culturally Responsive Evaluation in Native American Communities

This week my colleague, Bill Johnston, and I wrapped up a project we’ve been working on for the last year and a half. We finished the final report and gave a formal presentation to our client, the Department of Corrections. … Continued