Collaborating with individuals and organizations to build consciousness, competence, and commitment to create equity and inclusion.

Diane J. Goodman, Ed.D.

Educator, consultant, facilitator, speaker, author, and activist, Diane Goodman (she/her) has been addressing issues of diversity and social justice for over 30 years. As a trainer and consultant, Diane and her associates have worked with a wide range of organizations, community groups, and educational institutions to build their capacity around diversity and social justice issues.

Using a participatory approach, she helps people increase their awareness, knowledge, and skills to foster equity and inclusion. Programs address how cultural differences and issues of power and privilege affect individuals, interpersonal relationships, and organizational culture and practices. She offers practical strategies and skills to enable people to create more positive intergroup relations, and institutional and societal change. MORE


New Workshop Series: The Fundamentals of Understanding Racism and Ourselves as White-Starting Jan. 30 (See Events page-Public Programs)

Diane is now certified to administer the IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory).

New Webinar: Understanding White Privilege: A Key to Dismantling Systemic Racism

Diane’s work is cited in the NY Times: How to Respond to Microaggressions 

 Recently published: Cultural Competence for Equity and Inclusion: A Framework for Individual and Organizational Change