How We Drive Change

What if diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts felt less reactive and more proactive? We approach diversity, equity, and inclusion as the critical business practice it is, designing strategies that drive change at a structural level while equipping individuals to create more inclusive cultures every day. We're guided in this work by our Core Values:

Prioritize Impact

We believe in impact — the impact diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizations can drive in the world, and the impact we can have by helping clients focus on what will effect the most change within their organizations.

Follow Data and Research

Effective diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies are grounded in quantitative and qualitative data and informed by thoughtful research. We let data define effective practices, use research to guide our approach, and measure the effectiveness of our work.

Honor What Makes Each Client Unique

While many companies face similar challenges, each has unique strengths and areas of opportunity. The context, culture, and norms of an organization matter — they inform our understanding of barriers and choice of strategies. Rather than applying purported best practices, we work with each client to identify and design the strategies and tools that will be most effective for their organization.

Value Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Creating diverse and inclusive teams is both a moral and a business imperative. Treating employees fairly while empowering everyone to do their best work is the right thing to do. It’s also critical to building effective, high-performing teams. Just as we believe diversity and inclusion will make our clients stronger, we know that bringing together people who come from different backgrounds, have different life experiences, and hold different perspectives makes our own team better.

Embrace a Growth Mindset

We believe that people and organizations can grow and change. To foster a growth mindset internally and with our clients, we encourage setting bold and challenging goals, taking thoughtful risks, communicating openly about mistakes and failures, and giving honest, candid feedback.