We can help you develop leaders, support students, & transform schools

We provide school and district leaders and their teams with customized coaching, consulting and professional development to help them advance equity and social justice in all of our schools.

What social justice means

Our Areas of Expertise

We provide school/district education leaders and their teams with customized coaching, consulting and professional development to help them mobilize systemic change that advances equity and social justice in their schools.

Cultivating Communities of Practice

Cultivating Communities of Practice

Building a culture of collaboration, risk-taking, inquiry, reflection, and feedback for growth

Using equity-based protocols to support critical discourse that challenges conscious and unconscious beliefs and assumptions and enable us to develop new mindsets and practices

Facilitating racial affinity groups that create space for those with a shared racial identity to convene for learning, support, reflection, healing, and personal connections

Racial Equity & Social Justice

Developing Equity-Centered Leaders and Teams

Examining the relationship between one’s identity, their leadership practice, student outcomes, and school transformation for equity and social justice

Creating conditions for distributed leadership through shared decision-making, collective ownership of the school’s mission and vision, and mutual accountability for equitable student outcomes and experiences

Applying adult learning theory to design and facilitate equity-centered professional development aimed at transformational learning and systemic change

Leadership & Systemic Change

Creating Systemic Change for School Transformation

Developing and actualizing a shared vision for advancing equity and social justice through the purposeful alignment of the school’s purpose, mission, culture, policies, and practices

Utilizing a design thinking approach to identify, disrupt, and eliminate policies and practices that reinforce and uphold systemic inequities

Shifting power and privilege to our most marginalized students and adults, and amplifying their voices to reimagine and co-design systems that equalize access and opportunities for each learner

Learning Formats (Virtual & On-Site)

Individual leadership coaching and consulting  •  Leadership Team coaching and consulting  •  Single and multi-day professional development workshops  •  Year-long cohort and/or team based courses and institutes

Upcoming Professional Development Events

Upcoming Events

Stop Causing Harm in Equity Work: Racial Affinity Groups in Schools

Saturday, July 31 from 9:30-1:30 PT (synchronous) + 2 hours asynchronous

Many folks think that racial affinity groups are racist or separatist. They actually are a space for healing, deeper learning, and reflection. If you are prepared to avoid the pitfalls, racial affinity groups can help you dismantle white supremacy culture and build antiracist schools.


Year Long Racial Affinity Cohort Course (follow-up to Racial Affinity Introductory Workshop)

August 2021 through May 2022

Rather than a “train the trainer” model, this course is designed for participants to expand their understanding of racial affinity work by engaging with one another in racial affinity groups. This will be an opportunity for participants to truly experience what it looks, sounds and feels like to engage in racial affinity work so that they can engage others in the work upon returning to their schools and organizations.


What People Are Saying


“Jen brings the type of care and compassion to the learning she designs like no other. She seamlessly blends theory & practice, so that those she is teaching or coaching are able to access new insights, and be ready to put that learning into action.”

Andrew Biros

Continuation Coordinator, New Tech Network


“It’s easy to see that Jen’s heart and skills are focused on serving students and communities on the margins. This isn’t just a principle that factors in to her work; it’s THE principle around which she builds the rest of her thoughtful work. She has pushed me and all the rooms I’ve been in with her to consider each learner and to push back on legacy structures that disenfranchise the oppressed. Jen pours her whole, wonderful self into the service of this mission.”

Matt Thompson

School Development Coach, New Tech Network


“Jen designs professional development that elevates opportunities for each student by preparing teachers and principals to listen to student voice, create learning environments that meet the needs of each student, and connect across the school community. She is a leader in facilitating high-functioning and reflective working groups by using appropriate protocols to engage adult learners by looking at relevant data and contextualizing it in meaningful research. She is one of the most values-driven colleagues with whom I have had the pleasure to work.”

Scotland Nash

Director of Education, Anti-Defamation League