In The PINK


March

*Facilitating Cultural Change March 25-27 - St. Paul, MN

*Intercultural Development, Augsburg College-Minneapolis, MN

*The Minneapolis Foundation

Minneapolis, MN

*D&I Workshops, Crisis Nursery -

Minneapolis, MN

April

*Developing Leaders Within -

Wilder Foundation, St. Paul, MN

*Creating Connection Conference -

U of WI-Oshkosh

*D&I Workshops - Catholic Charities

Minneapolis, MN

  1. *D&I Workshops, Children’s Museum - St. Paul, MN

  2. *Unitarian Universalist Church -

Annapolis, Maryland










What people are saying...


"I have sat through so many diversity trainings I can't even count them all. Phyllis is the only presenter that has kept my attention, engaged all of my peers in the conversation and we all left with new information and new skills "


Robbinsdale Area Schools Employee


"This lady knows what she's talking about. WOW, she is POWERFUL!"


National Association of Independent School - People of Color Conference Participant


"I was extremely scared about trying another diversity initiative at my school because of past failures. Phyllis came in with a fresh perspective that enlightened me on how to turn our failed efforts into opportunities for healing, learning and growing. She showed great competence, compassion and understanding. Together we designed a successful strategy that is still being carried out in our school today."


Head of a Minnesota Private High School

 

What does PINK stand for?


Pursuing - It’s a continuous journey

Intercultural - It’s about experiencing

Needs - It’s always asking, never assume

Knowledge - It’s familiarity gained through

                     experience