We are made up of master level corporate executive coaches, and psychologist, and organizational leaders who support, coach, consult and facilitate workplace racial equality.
Out of the BLM movement "Workplace Racial Equality" was created to normalize and support organizations in their quest for racial equality. Our belief is without in depth understanding and celebration of cultural norms equality cannot exist. Understanding can only take place with the freedom to ask why, what, and how without retribution and fear.
Our purpose is to share learning with corporate executive coaches who are charged with supporting their clients with the intent to create workplace racial equality.
Our purpose is to share learning with organizations and institutions who are committed to engaging their environment in racial equity.
Black professionals overall: Black professionals in 2018 held just 3.3% of all executive or senior leadership roles, which are defined as within two reporting levels of the CEO, according to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Black CEOs: Among Fortune 500 companies, less than 1% of CEOs are black. Today there are only 4, down from a high of 6 in 2012, according to Fortune. And over the past two decades, there have only been 17 black CEOs in total. Of those, only one has been a woman -- Ursula Burns, who ran Xerox from 2009 to 2016.