The Racial Equity Transformation investment is a complete overhaul of your organization to ensure a commitment to racial equity. As a result of the Racial Equity Transformation investment, your organizational culture will begin generating outcomes that are not predictable by race, minimize the risk of lawsuits, reduce employee turnover, retain top talent, improve productivity and decrease racial disparities.
The Strategic Start Assessment is an evaluation and analysis step to start your organizational journey towards racial equity. As a result of the Strategic Start Assessment investment, leaders in your organization will recognize the impact of institutional racism, develop a common language to understand racial equity work within your organization as well as strategically plan how to operationalize racial equity work with your organization. Your leadership team will become more comfortable and confident with engaging in conversations about race and racism as well as overcome fears about messing up.
The Racial Equity Executive Leadership Development & Learning (REELDL pronounced "real deal") is the ultimate virtual group coaching program for leaders (Racial equity/HR/DEI/CEO) committed to being antiracist who want to get over their fears about addressing racism and get the ball rolling in their organizations with grace and ease. This workshop will give you the basics to help you get over your fears of messing up even if you have no clue what to say or do and lead antiracist work with confidence. You don’t have to be an antiracist expert to begin the racial equity transformation.
"Charlotte helped me to start asking why. Why are things done a certain way? Why do black people have to hold ourselves back from being who we are to make white folks feel comfortable? That's what Charlotte does she really helps you be proud... for me proud of being black, proud of where you come from, and not to be afraid to stand in your truth."
Quality of Life Commissions Liason
City of Austin Equity Office
"Charlotte was the first crucial step that helped me advance racial equity goals in ways I never could have realized working on my own. As a result of her coaching, I was able to centralize racial equity principles in a way that our Board of Directors and partners could understand and support."
Whole Cities Foundation