“Dia has been so helpful in guiding the pace of our conversation about privilege and race. She is respectful, inviting, non-judgmental and open. She makes people feel safe in difficult territory.” -Laurie Lober. Director of Training Ann Martin Center Oakland CA

“Dia’s work is thoughtful, challenging, and incredibly grounding. She’s an amazing asset to have on-site. She’ll work with you to figure out what your goals are and create a program tailored to your needs. AWESOME!” -Jessica Tschirki, Creative Director, Rally Health, San Francisco, CA

“Dia’s expertise in arts and social change was a hugely beneficial, solid and steadying influence as we threw ideas around for a new project in Chicago. Immensely articulate, passionate and committed to this work, Dia effectively upgraded both the workshop team and its leadership. I recommend her without hesitation.”-Tim Jones, Head of Strategy and Placemaking, Futurecity, UK

Ongoing Partnerships
Alphabet Rockers, Oakland, CA
Alameda First Five, Alameda, CA
Commonweal, Bolinas, CA
Love Light Yoga, Vancouver BC, Canada
World Trust Educational Services, Oakland, CA

Arts & Culture
Oakland Museum of California
Bandaloop Dance Company, Oakland, CA
Indigo Cultural Center of Phoenix, AZ
Emerging Arts Professionals, San Francisco, CA
History Pin, UK

TechBridge for Girls
MXConference, San Francisco

Government & Law
National Parks Service
Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice

JFK University, Museum Studies Department, Oakland, CA
California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA
University of California at Berkeley
Oakland Public Schools, Oakland, CA
Columbia College-Destination Study, Chicago, IL
University of Illinois

Health and Wellness
Leela Yoga Alameda, 200 hour teaching training, Alameda, CA
Laughing Lotus Yoga, San Francisco, CA
Commonweal, Bolinas, CA
LifeWorks, Austin, TX


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