Organizational Services

Structural equity in an organization is measured by the degree to which access to resources, promotions, retention, airtime, ability to contribute, public recognition and compensation are distributed across all personal and political identities. Structural equity is realized when access, resources, etc. are NOT determined by race, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation and socio-economic status.

I instruct leaders and managers on methods to increase structural equity by aligning practices and policies with the organization’s mission in order to improve organizational outcomes and fulfill aspirational goals.

My practices are based on the social justices values of:
  • Diversity
  • Historical Context
  • Transparency
  • Access
  • Inclusion
  • Cultural Competency
  • Collaboration