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Talisa Lavarry is a Transforming Privilege Partner Coach.
She works 1:1 and with forward thinking organizations on the importance of inclusion and equity in a workplace setting. Talisa is the author of Confessions from Your Token Black Colleague, and the owner of Yum Yum Morale Workplace Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategies. She is a Forbes contributor & Harvard Business Review DEI Expert.
Talisa is a frequent guest speaker with Transforming Privilege and is an anti-racism coach in 1:1 setting for business or workplace focus. She was the headliner for Transformation in Action in August 2021.
Uchenna Umeh is a Transforming Privilege Partner Coach
She is a Nigerian immigrant, Pediatrician with 30 years of clinical experience and suicide prevention expert for LGBTQIA+ children. She coaches parents of at risk children as their children begin to express their sexual and gender identities. She was featured on Good Morning America with Galye King in June 2021.
Uchenna is a frequent guest speaker with Transforming Privilege and is an anti-racism coach in 1:1 setting for parents of LGBTQIA+ children. She was the headliner for Transformation in Action in December 2021 and She hosts the Transforming Privilege workshop: How to teach your children about racism in 2022.
Adanna Abakporo is a Transforming Privilege Partner Coach
She is a Black/Nigerian-American, a DEI expert and a disability advocate with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. Through her company Real Action Real Change she focuses on organizational equity, disability justice and inclusion. Real Action Real Change offers consultations, training, workshops and 1:1 equity support.
Adanna is a Transforming Privilege Coach who has led the White Tears/Brown Scars and All About Love Discussion Groups.
Angelina F Gomez, M.A. is a Transforming Privilege Partner Coach and Collaborative Workshop Leader
North Node Organization was founded by Angelina F. Gomez with the mission to help end racism in America by creating trauma-informed antiracism training and education for non-Black allies. North Node has a small team of abolitionist activists and trauma therapists who have a combined 15+ years of experience conducting therapy, writing, speaking, and researching holistic healing methods for community and individual health. We apply this unique combination of humanity-based expertise to combating white supremacy through our offerings of workshops, courses, consultation, speaking, and community building.
Angelina is a Transforming Privilege Coach who has led the My Grandmother's Hands discussion group, and hosts the Embodying Antiracist Allyship workshop series in summer 2022.