Consulting & Trainings
Intercultural communication focuses on a respect for human cultural diversity. My facilitation and teaching focus on building self-awareness in order to foster meaningful bridges across cultures, language and identity within the African American community.
Internationalizing your courses to promote and support education abroad initiatives
Study Abroad is not just a "White Girl" thing: Taking advantage of education abroad as a student of color
Making my academic path global
Identity and self awareness for youth and adults
Developing affinity groups in the workplace
More than just a buzz word: The impact of implicit bias
For Homeschoolers & Childcare Providers
It always fits: Language Immersion and your education program
Do it right the 1st time: Adding Spanish to your curriculum
I LOVE to collaborate with like-minded organizations and individuals!
Feel free to contact me for an AKOMA (heart-to-heart) Call so we can see if we would make a great combination!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Ohmygoodness! I love this presentation! What a beautiful way to start the close of Black History and kick-off Women’s History. All of it is so inspirational. Les veo, mi gente actually made me tear up…
Thank you so much for this. This will be amazing.
- S. Mayer
— Name, Title
Past Signature Workshops
Mending the Broken Trust between Black and White Women
Co-Facilitated Workshops for your organization with
Dr. Kami J. Anderson and Dr. Joy L. Wiggins
So much “stuff “ exists in the relationship space between Black women and White women. And we don’t talk about it much—at least not in the relationship space. Broken trust, historical roles, impact of privilege and oppression, disparate access to opportunity, perceived competence, status and real power—this is some of the “stuff” in the relationship space. Our goal is to open up dialogue, in alliance with other participants, so that more trusting relationships might emerge, ones in which the parties understand how to demonstrate mutual care and respect.