YOUR THOUGHT PARTNER FOR DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION INITIATIVES

Suzanne Edwards-Acton

Coach, consultant & guide in the fight for racial justice

“I want to do something but I don’t know what to do.”


Nuance was inspired by the line above, expressed by a number of my white acquaintances, mentees, colleagues and friends who felt stuck because they lacked a knowledgeable resource to sort through questions related to racism, equity, diversity and inclusion. 

 

With more than 20 years of experience as both an educator and a diversity consultant, as well as a lifetime of experience as a black woman, my mission is to support my clients in deeply understanding the complexity of multiculturalism. This happens by analyzing, integrating and living all aspects of life — personal, professional, psycho-social, spiritual, emotional and financial — through a racial justice lens.

 

This begins by acknowledging and understanding the deeply nuanced systems of dominance, supremacy, complicity, privilege, oppression, and inequality that we live in every day. 

 

I look forward to partnering with you or your organization... no matter
where you are on the journey to becoming anti-racist.

 

SERVICES

Whether you need an audit or an action plan, a training series or a speaker, a consultant or a full implementation -- I can help.

GROUP AND 1-1 COACHING & CONSULTING FOR DEI/EDI/EID INITIATIVES

CULTURAL COMPETENCY CURRICULUM DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT 

STAMINA BUILDING &
CONSTRUCTIVIST LISTENING

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PRACTICE

REPARATIONS PLANNING & AS A RULE OF LIFE

TESTIMONIALS

“Being able to discuss what we need to work on, what we do not know, what we need to know, and what actions we need to take in order to combat racism is a privilege and a gift. Suzanne has provided a safe environment and an open conversation on racism, white privilege, colorism, segregation, inequities, white supremacy and so much more."

“Suzanne is a thoughtful leader, giving us all time to share our goals, reflections, and real-life strategies in seeking more connection to and with women of color. In doing so, I was given tools that helped me start consistently living publicly in solidarity with women of color."

Connect with me for a free consultation.
 
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