DEVELOPING LEADERS AND SYSTEMS FOR EQUITY
If we believe in the necessity of a radically different world-grounded in justice, self-determination, and community- how could we not do everything in our power to be the best leaders we could be?
"Without community there is no liberation."
- Audre Lorde
Jennifer consistently collaborates with visionary & highly skilled colleagues to amplify the potential for collective impact.
BECOMING BETTER TOGETHER
We are a national collaborative of ten coaches, consultants, trainers, and practitioners who bring together our collective experience, expertise, and skills to provide best-in-class people development services to create a more diverse and equitable world where liberation is possible.
Through our collaborative, clients get the research-based and practical expertise they need, when they need it. This work is too important to leave to chance - we have seen and believe in what is possible when paradigms of power shift, systems of power change, and all of us have more space to breathe.
Social justice is a practice of radical love - of ourselves, each other, and our world. It starts with intentional internal work that manifests into the convictions, consciousness, and competencies necessary to recreate our external world into the equitable environment we deserve to live in. Conscious Consulting supports individuals and institutions to do that work.
We support individuals and institutions committed to combatting educational inequity and/or systemic oppression by providing coaching, curriculum, classes and collaborative design support. Ultimately, we cultivate critically conscious, culturally responsive educators and professionals who work for the empowerment of students, communities, and society.
THE MICROAGGRESSIONS PROJECT
This project is a response to “it’s not a big deal” - “it” is a big deal. “it” is in the everyday. “it” is shoved in your face when you are least expecting it. “it” happens when you expect it the most. “it” is a reminder of your difference. “it” enforces difference. “it” can be painful. “it” can be laughed off. “it” can slide unnoticed by either the speaker, listener or both. ... “it” matters because these relate to a bigger “it”: a society where social difference has systematic consequences for the “others.” but “it” can create or force moments of dialogue.