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Workplaces are becoming more diverse and yet we feel more "othered" than ever before.
There is a tendency when speaking about women’s workplace issues to view them as a monolith, primarily reflected through the lens of majority group women’s experiences; suggesting the same workplace experiences is true for all women.
While it is true, all women experience many of the same workplace challenges, such as sexual harassment and gender-based stereotypes; the intersection of race/ethnicity, gender and culture create unique issues and challenges for women of color; creating a double-outsider status not encountered by their white counterparts. And, the more memberships a woman has in historically-targeted or marginalized groups; the more likely she is to experience discrimination, bias and oppression; both in her personal and professional life.
This is why we are committed to helping underrepresented women thrive in the workplace and beyond; because when we solve for the most vulnerable in a system everyone benefits.
What clients say...
Before meeting Sabrina, I was most worried about being myself in work settings. After having a few negative experiences with colleagues, I had become very guarded in my interactions and hesitant to practice leadership. I felt unsafe in my environment and was “getting along to get along.”
Through my work with Sabrina, I have been able to find ways to amply my voice, ask for what I need, and be less afraid of expressing my opinions at work. Sabrina has helped me navigate tough but necessary conversations about inequities in the workplace and I’ve been able to advocate for myself and my colleagues that have really improved my well-being at work. Working with her has helped me shift my mindset and I have better because of it.
Working with Sabrina can be a transformational experience if you are willing to do the work. Her guidance is actionable and educational, and she does a wonderful job of coaching you to help you find your own solutions. She creates a safe place to have difficult conversations and help you get to heart of your worries so you can address them.