Our Vision, Mission & Values

Our Vision

To create a society where all people and all organizations are committed to advancing diversity. equity, inclusion, and belonging for all.

Our Mission

At Inclusive Leaders Group, through education, consultation, and culture transformation, we help our clients make meaningful change within their organization. Our work is rooted in cultural competence, allyship, inclusion, and a passion for equity which translates into tireless advocacy for systemic change.

Our Values


We believe in this as a process of actively identifying and opposing racism. The goal of anti-racism is to challenge racism and actively change the policies, behaviors, and beliefs that perpetuate racist ideas and actions. Anti-racism is rooted in action. It is about taking steps to eliminate racism at the individual, institutional, and structural levels. It is not a new concept, but the Black Lives Matter movement has helped increase the focus on the importance of anti-racism.


We combine our individual strengths and passions to co-create transformational experiences and solutions – for ILG and our client partners. We actively seek consulting partners, external experts in various fields, and opportunities to learn next practices with and from others; DEI next practices are future-driven strategic solutions that enable us to better anticipate and respond to challenging workplace situations.

Continuous Learning

We are personally committed to the constant expansion of skills and skill-sets through learning and increasing knowledge. As life changes the need to adapt both professionally and personally is as real as the changes themselves. On a professional level, continuous learning is about further expanding our skill set in response to a changing environment and new developments. This is especially important because we are called to respond to changes daily.

DEI as a Business Strategy

We believe DEI should be executed as a business strategy rather than another HR or compliance program. Most employers have historically viewed diversity as an issue: “We lack it, so we need to have it.” The solutions become reactionary. They may feel that they are missing women from their leadership team, so they add one. Or they bring in an individual from a visible minority group to essentially fill a quota. But today, DEI should not be treated as a project outside of your core business operations. When done well, DEI is a business strategy and leads to a competitive advantage.


We do not believe in a cookie-cutter approach to DEI. No “off-the-shelf” solutions here. Your strategy will be backed by valid and reliable data, best practice research, and a deep understanding of your current and desired future state. We tailor solutions.

Trusted Client Partnerships

We believe that whether in business or your personal life, trust is paramount in relationships. People want to do business with people they know, like and trust. A trusted partner is one who attaches mutual respect, accountability, and success to the relationship – one who understands the importance of making an emotional connection and treating you like a friend. A trusted partner is someone you can bounce ideas off, look to for advice, and most importantly know that you and your success are paramount. They deliver, communicate, and are genuinely interested, in you and takes responsibility for their client’s success.

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