We’re on a mission to help organizations build a racial equity-centered mindset, recognize the power within to create change, and disrupt inequitable systems at the individual, organizational, and business industry levels. And let us be the first to tell you:
This work isn’t easy and can’t be done overnight.
And we’re not here either to tell you that it gets easier either. Living out anti-racist behaviors professionally (and personally!) is lifetime work that requires each of us to get committed and stay committed.
We do this work because even though it’s not easy, we know what’s even harder is to be a marginalized individual who feels that they cannot have an equitable and inclusive experience at work. We know what it’s like to show up daily to be a space where you are continuously excluded based on the visible assumptions one has about you. We know what it’s like to want to get beyond cookie cutter D.E.I. programs and do work that leads to real change.
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Organizations and Teams Partnered with since 2019
CEOs, Executives, and People Leaders received Inclusive Coaching Strategies
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Organizations We’ve Worked With
Our company went through Dynasti Hunt’s Equity Accelerator and it gave us such a strong framework to explore how we can build a better business, that’s inclusive and equitable. We’ve stopped making as many assumptions and we’re starting to ask more questions before we act. The Accelerator is going to have a lasting impact on our company, culture, and product.
Dynasti and her team have a way of helping you bring your own organizational truth out through conversations with them, without you even realizing sometimes that is exactly where they are headed. They are thoughtful about getting to know your team and helping you think about new ways of approaching D.E.I. work that is authentic to you.
Dynasti’s delivery is great. I love how she projects the information to the team. The subject matter is very enlightening and informative and I have had a few aha moments.