builds capacity for today’s creative
Why We Work
Though the implementation of culturally relevant strategies, we support folks who are committed to making long term sustainable change in their community.
Who We Support
The educators, activists, and organizers we support are visionaries and change-makers who inhabit the communities they serve.
How We Support
We support our members by providing coaching, consulting, training, event curation and fiscal agency services.
Robbin Thornton Hudson
Managing Partner, Platform and Zenith
Arleesha Wilson, MUPDD
Principal Attorney, Law Offices of Arleesha Wilson
Malik Y. Moore, CTA
Head of School, Columbus Preparatory Academy
Khrys Shefton, PMP
Senior Development Manager, Northern Real Estate Urban Ventures
Director of Player Development, Recruiting Coordinator, Defensive Line Coach
Alderson Broaddus University
Circle Member are creative entrepreneurs who spearhead various projects and minoritized communities.
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MSW, LSW, CCTP, LCDCIII
Consulting, Training & Professional Development:
Institutions and Organizations
Moving beyond diversity, equity and inclusion, our training framework seeks to situate intersectionality both as a methodology and approach. The study of intersectionality seeks to understand the multiple and overlapping ways in which various biological, social, and cultural categories intersect, contributing to the perpetration of social inequality. Rooted in Critical Race Theory, legal scholar Kimberle Crenshaw outlines the understanding of intersecting identities as a framework for explaining, and ultimately creating a blueprint for us to dismantle the matrix of oppression.
As a consulting group, Sankofa Circle provides culturally relevant strategies for a diverse client base of institutions an organizations by producing conversations, programming, training, and events that speak to the most marginalized voices of our constituency. Overall, the foundational thrust of our DEII work is centered upon building relationships across lines of difference - between institutions and the communities in which they serve - in pursuit of a common goal: liberation.