• Inclusive Programming
  • Diversifying Your Client Base
  • Improving Employee Relations
  • Diversity and Inclusion Staff Training and Awareness
  • Intersectional Strategic Planning
  • Diversity Assessments

Grant Writing

  • Private
  • State
  • Federal

Curriculum Development

  • Girls’ Empowerment
  • Youth Programming
  • Violence Prevention
  • Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Domestic Violence Prevention


Diversity and Inclusion

  • Privilege and Oppression: Social and Political Binaries and False Dichotomies in the United States of America
  • Diversity in the Workplace: Going Beyond the Buzzwords
  • It’s a Black Thing, You Wouldn’t Understand: Dealing With Self-Awareness in a Predominately White Institution
  • Promoting and Demoting Sapphire: The Social Construction of Women of Color Identities in the Workplace
  • Goldigger: Images of Women of Color in the Media

Hip-Hop Politics

  • Jurgen, Jeezy, and Jezebel: The Residual Effect and Hip-Hop Culture
  • Habermas, Hurricanes, Hottentots and Hova: The Alternative Political Communication of the Hip-Hop Counterpublic

Youth Empowerment

  • I Need Love: Healthy Relationships  
  • U.N.I.T.Y.: Global Girls Issues
  • I Feel So Beautiful: Body Image, Fitness and Nutrition
  • Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: Business Etiquette and the Art of Negotiating
  • Murder to Excellence: Addressing Community Violence, Violence Against Women and Bullying Prevention
  • Ladies First: Women in Leadership, Women in Politics
  • It’s All About the Benjamins: Financial Wellness, Financing Education and Money Management
  • Killing Them SoftlyWomen of Color and HIV/ AIDS in the United States  Knowing Your Status; HIV/AIDS Awareness, Testing and Protection
  • Let’s Talk About Sex: The Facts
  • Phenomenal Woman: Creative Writing Workshop

Motivational/ Life Skills

  • Dreams Deferred: Bouncing Back After Life’s Setbacks 
  • Statistically Speaking: Facing the Odds and Succeeding in Spite of Them
  • There Is No “S” On My Chest: Time Management and Learning When to Say No
  • For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Homicide…An autobiographical presentation of poetry addressing issues specific to women of color and women of lower socioeconomic status
  • Cs Get Degrees, But Will They Get You Employed? Preparing for Employment after College

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