How you know you need "DEI Future Makers":
You have a bunch of passionate people working on DEI, but their efforts are not connected (or are at cross-purposes).
You are stuck at the stage of bringing in speakers or mentorship.
Your under-represented folks are expressing frustration.
Your employee resource groups are either very new - or are getting burnt out.
CRAVE THE CHANGE
7 60 m lectures on making real DEI change.
WHAT NOT TO DO IN DEI PROGRAMS
HOW TO USE OUR PASSIONS + POSITIONS FOR DEI PROGRES
PRIVILEGE, POWER, + ALLYSHIP
HOW CHANGE (REALLY) HAPPENS
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW YOU DON'T KNOW (ON DEI)
HOW TO (ACTUALLY) ADDRESS MICROAGGRESSIONS
SELF-CARE FOR PASSIONATE CHANGE AGENTS
1:1 coaching with a DEI Expert for 30 m for each participant
RETENTION. MOTIVATION. THOUGHT PARTNERSHIP.
*Maximum 16 participants per cohort
Digital workbook with curriculum
dozens of tech companies have turned to femily DEI expertise Including
As a Gender/Cultural Studies MA with a big firm management consulting background Femily speaks at and advises tech and other male-majority sectors and teams, like law, finance, and engineering – on gender, equity, and building an ally culture across race and orientation as well.
From Silicon Valley's Watermark Conference for Women to South by Southwest (SXSW), Femily frequently speaks to companies, conferences, and women's events.
Femily is an expert media source for outlets including ABC, CBS, C-SPAN, NPR, Fast Company, and US News and World Report.
In 2018, Femily founded the American Association of Corporate Gender Strategists (corporategender.org) to address a growing demand for rigor in the field.