Coaching House

Empowering Professionals in the Workplace

The majority of Executive Coaches in the US are White 1 and have not experienced the compounded impact that race exerts on Professionals of Color in the workplace.

At The Culture Shift Agency Coaching House REPRESENTATION MATTERS to us and to our clients. 75% of our team consists of BIPOC practitioners who have decades of experience and are uniquely positioned at the intersection of executive coaching, leadership development, and DEI expertise

We get it. Because we lived it.

This makes us different.

The richness of our collective experience, the depth in our executive coaching methods, and our roots in DEI training – are the foundational components all of our programming rests on.

Culture Shift Agency’s Coaching House includes a diverse set of coaching experts who hold the pedigree and the history to understand what underrepresented talent experiences. This makes us different. And this makes us the right partner to hold space for sensitive conversations, curate compelling content, and to inspire critical thinking to break the status quo.

CSA Coaching House Coaches

Marla Teyolia
Anita Ortiz
CRYSTAL MCCREARY
Dianne Morales
Hyeon-Ju Rho
Jason Sirois
Josy Gallagher
Jordana De Lory
Kelly McGowan
Kelly McGowan
Lynn Harris
Meghna Majmudar
Nasoan Sheftel-Gomes
Sandra Escamilla

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Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Transformational Executive Coaching
  • Holistic Coaching &
  • Wellness Practices
  • Diversity Training
  • Sustainable Transformation
  • Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ)

About Marla Teyolia

Marla Teyolia, M.S., is a seasoned transformational coach and personal guide with over two decades of experience serving executives, activists, artists, and change-makers. With a profound understanding of holistic coaching, Marla empowers individuals and teams to fully assess their thought patterns, behaviors, and work strategies, making lasting impact in their both their personal and professional domains.

Marla’s magic is in ability to unlock individual power and voice while dismantling limiting mindsets. She specializes in executive presence development, enhances communication skills, navigating career growth , and orchestrating team expansion–all while identifying core values and preserving personal authenticity. She uses a Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ) framework, leveraging neuroscience and language to cultivate the highest levels of trust, fueling growth, innovation, and the capacity for navigating difficult conversations. Drawing on decades of experience, Marla seamlessly integrates mindfulness, meditation, and yoga practices to aid clients in building resiliency while embodying their best selves to the workplace.

Marla’s journey started in the early 90’s, working in the field of domestic violence. Her initial experience involved facilitating women’s group at a shelter, witnessing survivors who had risked everything–homes, possessions, , and safety–to carve out new lives for themselves and their children. This formative experience reinforced her belief in sustainable transformation, achieved through comprehensive support that nurtures individuals while releasing limiting factors that hinder personal growth. Marla’s core belief: Transformation thrives when it becomes an integral part of one’s being, encompassing the holistic journey towards realizing one’s fullest potential.

Marla holds a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University, where she also served as a diversity trainer for incoming students. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley, graduating magna cum laude. Marla’s extensive clientele includes executives, teams, and individuals from renowned organization such as at Facebook, McDermott, Will & Emory, Columbia University, Bard College, Mount Holyoke College, Southern Methodist University, MTV, NYC Department of Education, C. Moore Media International Public Relations, and the Youth Development Institute, among numerous others. Marla is a Certified Empowerment Workshop Facilitator and a registered yoga teacher.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • DEI Executive Coaching
  • Marketing & Corporate Responsibility
  • Government Affairs
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Arts & Culture

About Anita Ortiz

Founder and President of LAinclusionista®

Anita Ortiz (she/her/ella) is Founder and President of LAinclusionista® LLC, a boutique consultin practice that launched in early 2021. A passionate leader and change maker, she advocates for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in the workplace and beyond, employing a collaborative, creative and caring approach. Hispanic Executive magazine named her a “Leading Latina” in recognition of her career achievements over 20 years at Paramount Pictures/Viacom. There she held increasingly responsible roles in Marketing, Government Affairs and Corporate Responsibility. She most recently served as Senior Vice President Global Inclusion Strategy, advancing Diversity & Inclusion on the West Coast in coordination with senior executives and their teams at brands including BET, Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon. She partnered closely with Human Resources, Corporate Social Responsibility and other stakeholders to develop effective employee engagement, creative, and workforce development programs that fostered a culture of belonging.

Ms. Ortiz earned her A.B in Politics with a certificate in Russian Studies from Princeton University. She completed the Executive Education programs in Corporate Responsibility at Harvard Business School (on campus) and Leading Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Northwestern (virtually). In March 2022, she was appointed to serve as a Commissioner for the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture. Her long-standing commitment to community service includes a recent stint as the Chair of DEI for Conscious Capitalism Los Angeles, as well as volunteering with organizations including the Posse Foundation, Students Run LA and the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Born in South Carolina, Ms. Ortiz is an avid traveler and spent her childhood as a Navy brat, living in diverse locales including Washington DC, San Diego, Colombia and Panama. In her free time, she enjoys adventures with her husband and their two young grandsons.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Personal Development Coaching
  • Yoga Mindfulness and Health Education
  • Wellness Program Creation and Facilitation
  • Social Justice Advocacy

About Crystal McCreary

Crystal McCreary is a Coach, Health Educator & Yoga and Mindfulness Educator & Teacher Trainer. She partners with high-achieving individuals to uncover their gifts, lead with creativity and love, and source vitality and play while navigating demanding lives. Crystal’s coaching philosophy emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and personal wellbeing as the gateway to social justice and collective thriving. She has a passion for implementing comprehensive wellness programs within organizations to foster compassionate and equitable communities and sustainable work environments. Crystal’s expertise is derived from a lifetime of harnessing embodied, contemplative resources necessary to navigate the challenges of living in an inequitable world.

Crystal has been featured in such publications as Yoga Bodies Book, Mantra Yoga + Health magazine, Elephant Journal, Yoga Journal, Wanderlust, 21Ninety, Blavity, Shondaland.com blog, academic journals such as Race & Yoga (UC Berkeley), and numerous other blogs and podcasts. She graduated from Stanford University with a BA in African and African American studies, completed The American Conservatory Theater’s Master of Fine Arts program in Acting and moonlights as an actor on film and television when the stars align. Crystal is the author of the Little Yogi Deck: Simple Practices to Help Kids Move Through Big Emotions On & Off the Mat (Shambhala Publications, of the Penguin Random House publishing group), and currently works as a Health and Wellness Educator at a K-12 independent school in New York City. Learn more about Crystal at www.crystalmccreary.com.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Organizational Change and Strategy Development
  • Capacity Building
  • Leadership & Team Development
  • Executive Coaching, Management & Strategy
  • Education, Workforce & Youth Development

About Dianne Morales

Founder and Principal of StillRising, LLC

Dianne Morales is the founder and Principal of StillRising, LLC. In her practice, she works to develop solutions and create change to strengthen the impact of organizations and increase their ability to effectively advance positive outcomes for communities that have borne the weight of structural and systemic inequities. She provides organizational change/strategy, culture change management, capacity building, leadership/team development and executive coaching. She brings extensive experience in the creation of innovative, scalable programs and cross-sectoral partnerships, as well as deep knowledge in the development of systems and long-term growth and sustainability in operations.

Dianne is an expert in education, workforce, and youth development with a wealth of experience in executive management, strategy, policy, and organizational development who ran for NYC Mayor in 2021. She is an exceptional fundraiser with deep experience engaging with philanthropy, including as a Senior Advisor to the CEO of a foundation, as well as acting as interim COO. She served for over ten years as the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Phipps Neighborhoods, a $24 million multiservice agency serving almost 12,000 children, youth, and families to combat poverty. Dianne has spent more than 20 years in program start-up, including the initial implementation of the NYC Department of Education’s Office of Youth Development and School-Community Services under Chancellor Joel Klein, the launching of The Teaching Commission, and the development of Jumpstart, a national AmeriCorps early childhood non-profit organization.

In 2014 she was recognized by the NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as an exceptional Hispanic woman dedicated to expanding business within the Hispanic Community and again in 2018 for her work with local communities in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. In 2015 Dianne was recognized by Hispanic Lifestyle as a “Latina of Influence” and the Latino Social Work Task Force for her significant dedication and commitment to improving access and quality of service to the Latino community. In March of 2020, she received the Rompe Piedra Award from 100 Hispanic Women National, Inc. in recognition of her achievements throughout her professional career.

In 2016, Dianne was chosen for the highly selective Pahara-Aspen Education Fellows Program for diverse and innovative leaders who are reimagining America’s public schools. Most recently, she was asked to present on her involvement with The Building Movement Project’s report; Race to Lead: Women of Color in the Nonprofit Sector, which examines the impact of both race and gender on the career advancement and experiences of women of color working in the nonprofit sector. In 2019, she was inducted into the Strong Nonprofits NY Women in Human Services Hall of Fame. And in 2020 she was named to City & State’s Women’s Power 100. That same year, she was also featured in Hispanic Executive Magazine’s Leading Latinas.

Dianne is an Afro-Latina who grew up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, and has focused her life on supporting communities in creating sustainable change for social and economic justice. She has graduate degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Columbia University, as well as a Bachelor’s in psychology from the State University of New York in Stony Brook. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Ramapo for Children and Human Services Action.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Uncovering Unique Leadership Style and Gifts
  • Embodying authority and authentic power
  • Executive Coaching and Leadership & Team development
  • Identity-based Trauma Healing (certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner)
  • Self-confidence and Self-trust Building

About Hyeon-Ju Rho

Executive Coaching & Facilitation

Hyeon-Ju Rho supports leaders and teams to cultivate the inner and outward- facing capacities that enable them to foster cultures of trust, belonging andexcellence. She has a deep commitment to supporting the impact of voices underrepresented in leadership, including the voices of women and leaders of color. Hyeon-Ju has worked with executives in a diverse range of sectors, including technology, health care, social impact and philanthropy, entertainment, and law. Recent clients include The RAND Corporation; Roblox; Morrison & Foerster, LLP; The Bridgespan Group; the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; the University of California, Berkeley; UCLA Medical Center; Lionsgate; and Common Sense Media.

In her pre-coaching life, she was a civil rights attorney and director of social change organizations. From 2011-2014, she was the executive director and co-director of the Asian Law Caucus, the nation’s first legal aid and civil rights organization serving Asian Pacific American communities. From 2007-2011, Hyeon-Ju was the country director of the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative in China. She began her career as a civil rights litigator at the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division in Washington, D.C.

Hyeon-Ju holds certifications from the International Coach Federation (PCC) and The Coaches Training Institute (CPCC). She has a J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.A. in English Literature from Swarthmor College. You can reach her at Hyeon-Ju@hjrho.com. (Read more about Hyeon-Ju at www.hjrho.com)

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Women of Color Support
  • Discovering Sustainable Solutions
  • Equity & Inclusion Consulting
  • Antiracism Program Development
  • Workshop & Program Facilitator

About Jason Sirois

Jason Sirois, MPA, is a coach, facilitator, organizer, and storyteller committed to creating opportunities for people to connect authentically across differences. For close to two decades, Jason has partnered with nonprofits, schools, colleges/universities, and community organizations across the U.S. to create more equitable environments. He has also served as consultant and program developer for corporate clients looking to expand their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and deepen their positive impact on the communities in which they operate. Select clients include Netflix, American Eagle Outfitters, Volkswagen, and Chelsea Football Club.

Jason is currently a member of a research team developing an antiracism program for self-identified white medical residents, fellows, and students of Columbia University Irving Medical Center. The study will ultimately measure the correlation between white-identified medical professionals gaining a deeper understanding of how racism and white supremacy show up in medicine and the likelihood that they will commit to antiracist actions. He is also the co-host of the In Pursuit of Cross-Racial Friendship podcast and a co-organizer of Constructive White Conversations, a gathering space for white people committed to getting comfortable with the uncomfortable so they can be useful in co-creating a more just and equitable society free from racism and white supremacy.

Jason currently lives in the Bronx with his husband, Bill.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Executive and Personal Coaching
  • Cultural Competency
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Inclusive Leadership
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Assessment and Strategy Development
  • Focus Groups/Listening Sessions/Strategy Development Sessions
  • Mentorship Programs
    Employee Resource Groups
  • Change Management
  • Gender Dynamics
  • Global Team Effectiveness

About Josy Gallagher

Global Organizational Leadership Consultant

Josy is an experienced Organizational Development leader with more than 30 years of experience designing leadership development conferences, leadership programs, workshops, organizational assessments and advising C-Suite teams striving to build an inclusive culture in their organizations.

She is a global certified ICC executive coach, facilitator, and intercultural specialist, certified in the Intercultural Development Inventory and Aperian’s GlobeSmart tool.

Josy’s easy-going personality, global experience, and multilingual skills make her a valuable partner in the global diversity/inclusion field. Her clients appreciate Josy’s use-of-self (personal storytelling), humor, and authenticity as she works to create a shift in behavior.

Background

  • Over 30 years of successful experience consulting, facilitating, training, mentoring, and coaching in for-profit and non-profit organizations,
    educational institutions, and governmental and inter-governmental agencies in North, Central, and South America and in the Far East. Fluent in English, Spanish and French.
  • Over 20 years as a Senior Human Resources and Organizational
    Development leader, she has held different positions at Hewlett Packard & Digital in Geneva, Switzerland, Union Carbide, Scholastic, and Global One in the USA.
  • As former Vice-President, Training & Organizational Development of Global One, Josy was responsible for creating and leading the Global One (Sprint/France Telecom, Deutsch Telecom joint venture) OD &Training function, managing budgets, leading worldwide centers focused on the development of global leaders in 52 countries.
  • Designs and delivers webinars in English and in Spanish on inclusive leadership, unconscious bias, respect in the workplace, cross-cultural communication, leveraging generational differences, and conducting business in Cuba.

 

Qualifications

  • Master’s in French and Spanish Literature, City University of New York
  • Bachelor of Arts, New York Teacher Certification, Marymount Manhattan College

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Relational Coaching
  • Understanding the Brain-Body Impact
  • Anti-racism Coaching & Facilitation
  • Defenses Management
  • Deep Listening & Self-Awareness

About Jordana De Lory

Jordana De Lory brings a background in scholarship and a comprehensive application of various approaches, encompassing embodied, experiential, somatic, restorative justice, education, decolonization work, goal-oriented coaching, and advanced psychotherapeutic knowledge. With a unique lens rooted in a background in psychotherapy, Jordana excels in meeting clients on a relational level with compassion and a deep understanding of their experiences.

Specifically, Jordana brings an inquiry and commitment to understanding and holding space for transformative anti-racist work, exploring issues related to whiteness, and navigating the stages of white identity in anti-racist efforts.

Having a profound understanding of the brain-body impact of influences such as (inter)generational trauma, the complex impacts of colonization on identity, blind spots, biases, and the defense-coping mechanisms formed in response to systemic oppression and dominant structures, Jordana possesses clinical and applicable knowledge of neurobiological “defenses” that manifest both psychologically and embodied. This expertise plays a crucial role in her work, addressing defenses that may hinder leaders’ ability to grow and change. Jordana emphasizes tending to defenses in a compassionate and accountable way to prevent them from becoming stronger and more rigid, thus supporting clients in softening those defenses. This enables clients to acknowledge blind spots, engage in transformative actions, and embrace growth mindsets.

Through deep listening, self-awareness, and continuous inquiry into the complexities and intersections of identity, Jordana brings a spirit of connecting to her work from a lens of curiosity. Striving to offer transformative and challenging questions, she creates “safe enough” spaces for clients to learn how to navigate discomfort, leading to ultimate growth.

Despite having a comprehensive background in psychology and holding the many-layered lenses it offers, Jordana discerns and honors her role as a coach in leadership coaching settings. She also understands and respects her limitations, recognizing that this work requires continuous inquiry and knowledge, which she views as a gift.
Kelly McGowan

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Equity Consulting
  • Public Health Intervention
  • Structural Family Therapy
  • Leadership Mentoring & Coaching
  • Advisory Team Member & Facilitator

About Kelly McGowan

Kelly McGowan, MPA, is a co-founder of WhatsNextNow.net, a collaboration of equity consultants that builds the culture and capacity of organizations, teams, and individuals to implement more equitable policies and structures. Kelly has co-created failed and scaled public health interventions that mitigate the harms of HIV and has served as Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors for social sector organizations. She has studied Structural Family Therapy with the Ackerman Institute and earned a Master of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Currently, Kelly mentors and coaches emerging and established leaders and serves as an advisory team member and facilitator with the Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute, a project of the Allied Media Conference.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Executive Leadership Coaching
  • Leadership Transitions, Capabilities and Personal Brand Building
  • Career Development & Management
  • Life Management & Strategy Development

About Lynn Henderson Harris

President, MOSAIC Coaching & Consulting, LLC

For over 30 years, Lynn worked in Fortune 500 organizations as a trusted business advisor to senior executives, and a strategist and thought leader on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). As President of MOSAIC Coaching & Consulting, LLC, Lynn engages with leaders and employees to create sustainable change strategies that enhance individual performance, shift organizational culture and drive business results.

Lynn formed MOSAIC in 2018 following her retirement from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). In her 22-year career at GSK, she served as a strategic business partner and executive coach to senior leaders and engineered and implemented key solutions to address the DEI challenges faced by the organization. Chief among her expertise are the coordination of large-scale culture change initiatives and the design and launch of differentiated leadership development programs for women and ethnically diverse talent. Her coaching and consulting experience spans individuals at organizational levels from C-level executives to individual contributors. Recently, Lynn co-authored, and was a signatory to, the IDEA Coalition “Letter to Corporate America: Where Do We Go From Here,” published on CNN in August 2020 https://www.ideacoalition.org/

Prior to GSK, she held a series of positions of increasing responsibility in Human Resources, employee benefits and labor law working for Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzler & Krupman; R.H. Macy*s; The Equitable Life Assurance Society/EQUICOR; and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Lynn received a B.A. degree from Tufts University and a J.D. degree from New York University School of Law. She holds a professional life coach certification from The Certified Life Coach Institute. Lynn has a long history of involvement in the communities in which she has lived. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® and has served in a leadership capacity on a number of Boards of Directors, including Executive Advisory Board of Duke/UNC Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Alzheimer’s Association (Eastern North Carolina Chapter), St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation, Inc., Harlem Youth Development Foundation, Ivy Community Center, and the Durham County Literacy Council. She is the proud mother and mother-in-law of three adult children, and the doting grandmother of one grandchild.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Strategic Executive In-Role Management
  • Internal Mindset & Belief System Management
  • Authentic Leadership Guidance
  • Mitigating Biases

About Meghna Majmudar

Head of Executive and Leadership Engagement, ReadySet

Meghna Majmudar (she/her) believes a world run by a “rainbow nation” of leaders is one in which most people would want to live. She currently serves as Head of Executive & Leadership Engagement, ReadySet. Her expertise is in helping leaders of all types, especially firsts and onlys – the first from their family or community of the only one like them in the room, to do the inner work to build an authentic sense of power, authority, and leadership and navigate the outer structures of their workplace. Meghna brings close to 20 years of experience as a strategy consultant and executive coach across diverse industries: healthcare, technology, financial services, consumer goods and automotive, as well as several non-profit organizations.

Using her training as an anthropologist, strategist, and transformational Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner, she listens to what is being said between the lines and reframes complex challenges for quick action. Meghna has a BA magna cum laude from Harvard University, an MPH from the University of Cape Town, and an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. Outside of work, Meghna can be found plotting her next plant-based cooking endeavor, checking out different fitness apps, or looking for a great cup of coffee.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Leadership Coaching for Leader of Color
  • Organizational Development Consulting
  • Leadership Program Support & Development
  • Collaborative Workplace Development
  • Strategic Organizational Planning
  • Non-Profit Legal Expertise

About Nasoan Sheftel-Gomes

Nasoan Sheftel-Gomes is a certified leadership coach, attorney, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging strategist. The founder of TLC, Nasoan established the organization with a mission to support leaders of color and nurture the next generation of leaders and institution builders. TLC specializes in providing 1:1 coaching, organizational development consulting, learning, and member communities to advance this mission, embodying the belief that everyone is a leader, and all experiences are valuable.

Nasoan’s entrepreneurial and consulting journey emerged from two decades of practicing law in non-profit legal services in NYC. Throughout her career, she navigated the challenges of being an outsider in her workplaces and the legal system, grappling with the intersecting identities of being a black woman and a single mother. Drawing from this experience, Nasoan discovered how to leverage her voice, experiences, and intersectional identities in her career while leading teams and supporting organizational growth. She finds deep inspiration in coaching individuals and leaders, as well as organizations seeking transformative pathways to the future.

With a diverse set of skills and training, Nasoan adeptly supports and coaches leaders in program support and development, operations, human resources, labor-management relations, strategic planning, organizational development, and compliance, along with diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) competencies. Her professional journey includes serving as in-house non-profit general counsel, leading organizational transformation, spearheading diversity and anti-bias initiatives, and facilitating leadership development within unionized and non-unionized workforces. Nasoan’s passion lies in fostering equity-driven leadership development to shape organizations that champion anti-racism, value diversity, and support leadership at all levels.

A lifelong learner, Nasoan has honed her skills and received training at esteemed institutions such as Clark University, the University of California at Berkeley, the City University of New York School of Law, the Coaching for Transformation Program, Leadership That Works, and Cornell University Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion.

Key Areas of Expertise:

  • Executive Leadership Coaching
  • Effective Leadership Model Customization
  • DEI Coaching & Development
  • Leadership Strategic Planning
  • Organizational Transitions & Transformations
  • Logic Model Development
  • Team Building & Performance Management

About Sandra Escamilla, M. S.

Sandra Escamilla is a coach and master facilitator who has worked with executive leaders and organizations for over 20 years. Her work with executive leaders is rooted in the notion that transformation begins with a willingness to reflect on your practice, the courage to abandon what does not serve you, and the ability to imagine and apply what does. To that end, Sandra has supported hundreds of leaders to critically examine their work and adopt practices that help them to initiate individual, organizational and system level change towards a desired outcome.

Sandra specializes in working with leaders across different sectors, with sizable portfolios, and teams and who influence and set the culture of their agency and their field of practice. A hallmark of her work is the customization of effective leadership models and practices to respond to the holistic needs of her clients and in an effort to cultivate their voice and empower them to take steps to manifest their most powerful and authentic self. She intentionally integrates diversity, inclusion and equity practices into her work with leaders and supports them to make practice and policy changes that foster diverse, inclusive and equitable learning environments. Her additional areas of expertise include-strategic planning, change management, theory of change/logic model development, team building and performance management. Sandra also incorporates neuroscience practices that bolster mind body connection and that remove barriers that block potential such as mindfulness and movement.

Sandra has held various leadership positions in NYC including as the Executive Vice President at Children’s Aid and as the Executive Director of the Youth Development Institute. She also founded her own consultant firm, PUSH NYC where she led various NYC mayoral projects that required collaboration and leadership development of executive leaders in city government including commissioner and deputy commissioner level; and she created a leadership model that leaders in the NYC Department of Education adopted and implemented.

Sandra is a graduate of Columbia University and received her Masters of Science in Social Work with a concentration in leadership development and systems change. She received her B.A. at Hunter College and completed the Robin Hood Foundation’s leadership development series. Sandra also served as a leadership coach for Lingo Venture’s Women of Color Empowerment Retreats and as an adjunct professor at Hunter College where she instructed a course on mentorship.

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