I am a facilitator.
When we work together, we create the space for people and organizations to meaningfully engage with issues of equity to increase our impact, improve client services, and live our values.
Accountability in Action for White Folks
Are you white and grappling with what racial equity work looks like for you?
Are you afraid to say the wrong thing? Or unsure of when to speak up and listen?
Are you looking for support around anti-racist allyship? And wanting to be accountable while leveraging your power and privilege?
What Accountability Means to Me
I make mistakes often, I make amends imperfectly, and I am committed to living in integrity and connection.
Takeaways from our Members
"On-point resources to turn around and share in my networks; seeing other white women having trouble and triumphs just like me."
"Allowing for a space for white women to discuss how to use their power for good."
"What I return to the most is the idea of 'connection, not correction' and the importance of leaning toward each other to do our collective work."
POWER WITH, NOT POWER OVER:
Accountability in Action for White Women
A training and a community of white women committed to racial justice.
I am a Seattle-based facilitator and seasoned consultant in the nonprofit sector with a background in education and counseling. My 20 years of experience have given me a perspective on what is needed to move our sector from a cycle of putting out fires to a movement based on lasting equity and empowerment. In my commitment as a social justice facilitator, I bring strong skills and experience in community-building, power and privilege, and liberation work.
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The sessions in Power With, Not Power Over for White Women practicing allyship made a large impact in eye-opening and safe, thoughtful communication.
- Training participant
Fleur and her workshops have prepared me as a white woman with the language, tools, community and accountability I have needed to do the hard work of standing with my colleagues of color, and standing up to my white counterparts.
- Training participant
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