Allyship & Equity
This matters to all of us.
Keith provides an opportunity for aspiring allies to think deeply about how they can be more consistent, effective, and sustainable.
Keith provides an opportunity for aspiring allies to think deeply about how they can be more consistent, effective, and sustainable. Keith discusses his model of aspiring allyship, obstacles that get in the way, and tools to navigate these obstacles. This model can be adapted to focus on anti-racism or focus on working broadly toward greater equity and justice. This can be offered as a keynote, workshop series, or both. Click here for more on Keith’s model of aspiring ally identity development. All of the revenue (100%) from these keynotes and workshops for non-profits and higher education are being donated to organizations doing racial justice work. So far, this has been more than $22,000+.
Keith works with many organizations to move from well-intentioned commitments to effective and sustained action for equity.
He helps large organizations clarify, sequence, and align their learning and development approaches toward greater justice for all. Keith offers keynotes, workshops, and coaching for individual leaders for effective and sustainable solutions for equity. He also designs or improves learning and development as a subject matter expert (SME). He can help you identify existing resources or develop your own solutions to meet your equity-based goals. Keith focuses on learning, accountability, and growth.
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Leaders and organizations turn to Keith as an authentic educator, trusted leader, and unconventional scholar helping them advance leadership, learning, and equity.
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