Spectra Diversity Authorized Facilitators
Diversity and inclusion trainers require special skills to facilitate potentially difficult conversations. These individuals have been trained by Spectra Diversity to provide D&I training using the Spectra Diversity Powering Inclusive Cultures Facilitation Kit.
If your organization, non-profit, university or other Enterprise group does not have skilled diversity inclusion trainers, these consultants may be able to help you out.
Please contact them directly prior to administering your Spectra Assessment to discuss schedules, pricing and potential travel arrangements. They’re all busy people so please allow as much advance planning time as possible.
Facilitators are in alphabetical order. We recommend all of them.
Wendy Culver, Human Resources, Mead & Hunt
Wendy Culver, an HR veteran, leads the Human Resources team at Mead & Hunt — in making Mead & Hunt a great place to work. Satisfaction surveys and a healthy tenure among employees demonstrate their focus is working.
“Not surprisingly, doing what’s right and what makes sense almost always equates to what’s best for both the employees and the company,” Wendy says. “When employees thrive, clients do, too.”
Daryl Dixon, Cascade Employers Association
At Cascade Employers Association, our DEI programs are designed to build the skill, will and knowledge of the people within an organization to create and sustain an inclusive workplace. This requires an organization to examine its culture, polices, practices and procedures to uncover and discover the things that create disparities and inequity in the workplace.
Daryl brings more than 20 years of experience in the area of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Daryl has led this work in organizations ranging from small non-profits to Fortune 500. Daryl is also a certified EEO Investigator. An award-winning diversity practitioner, Daryl has presented at the national SHRM Diversity Conference and was cited in HR Magazine for his expertise in the area of workforce diversity.
Charlotte Hughes, CHCS, CPLP, CDP, Health Inclusion
Because I’ve had exposure to a variety of business and organizational cultures over the past 15 years, I understand that health care is a team sport that requires deep collaboration, one of my strongest suits. No, one person, with a single perspective, can solve all the issues at hand. I presently find myself at a juncture to leverage all my years of experience and collaborative skills towards the end of health care inclusion and equality for everyone. I co-create solutions that improve results. This is the work of people who care deeply about other people. You can’t hand this work off to an automated machine, yet.
I’ve got more than 15 years’ experience in learning, leadership, and organization development across multiple industries, including Kimberly-Clark Health Care (now Halyard); financial services; logistics; media; automotive; retail, and telecommunications.