While we’re here to help  organizations and professionals with their ADEI journey, doing so requires we first talk about “professionalism”.

The concept of being “professional” has been used for years to create a gap between what’s allowed and encouraged in the work space and what’s not (aka promoting whiteness) and making it the standard and norm. 

When we talk to and about professionals, we’re talking to job holders who seek to grow and be seen not by “fitting in” but through being environments that cultivate belonging, value differences, and seek to increase belonging, not to check a box, but because ADEI makes organizations better from values, inclusion, and profitability standpoints. 

Now that we’ve made that clear…

You may have heard that

“The best time to start ADEI work was yesterday. The second best time is now.”

And good news is, if you’re willing to have real conversations about power to create sustainable change, you’re in the right place. 

At The Shift, we work with professionals, leaders, and organizations to create sustainable change in individuals and organizations that create more equity in the office and, in turn, the world. 

Which best describes the support you’re looking for?

I lead or represent an organization

that is committed to creating a safer company culture on paper and in practice and needing support in building its ADEI journey.

I am an ADEI practitioner

on a team and need support understanding how to create and facilitate an organizational DEI transformation journey.

I am a BIPOC woman leader

looking for support in developing a leadership pathway that honors my own authentic self, experience, and liberation.

I am an HR, Recruitment, or Talent  Professional

at a company and want to learn how to lead more equitably and create change within my organization’s recruitment and retention practices.


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.


I appreciate the nuance you always bring to these conversations. Thank you for following up and for the webinar. I learned so much. As we begin to create our council, this information will be helpful.


Thank you for creating spaces for us to have real talk about this work and really think about how move into action versus staying stuck.

Organizations We’ve Worked With

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