What's in a Training?
We use a dynamic, creative, and innovative combination of storytelling, presentation, small group work, pair share, activities, group brainstorming, action planning, and relationship building. We bring both data driven solutions and a commitment to connection through story sharing. Click on the image below to scroll through a photo gallery of what's in a training.
- Process is as important as outcome
People impacted have good solutions
Creative problem-solving vs 'one size fits all'
- Oppression exists and is a problem
Everyone has biases and assumptions
Economic and racial inequality are connected
Change is possible
An equity lens offers a powerful tool
What We Offer
Equity Solutions launched in 2017 and we are currently piloting our curriculum to address poverty and economic inequality with an equity lens. We offer:
- 1 hour presentations
- 3 hour workshops
- 1 and 2-day workshops
- Equity Assessments
- Policy review
- Monitoring and Evaluation services
- Strategic Planning services
We are committed to working in a cross-class team and to providing livable wage for all trainers and consultants. We provide a dynamic and effective experience and are committed to excellence.
During the pilot phase our services are greatly discounted. Be in touch to set up a free 1 hour consultation or to schedule a training or consulting service.
We work toward all people being compensated fairly and treated with dignity, and everyone having access to the food, shelter, and physical and mental health supports that allow families and communities to thrive. We work toward a future where people of all genders, races and ethnicities, abilities, income levels, and occupations have a voice in the decisions that affect their lives. And we work towards solutions in a way that is connected and compassionate.
The mission of Equity Solutions is to provide engaging and innovative education for state agencies, social service organizations, schools, and businesses so participants gain tools for strong client, staff, and leadership/management relationships, for creating a work environment where all are valued and thriving, and for actively contributing to a collective response to root causes of poverty. By using an equity lens we move beyond “helping” to transform relationships among people living in poverty and the organizations meant to serve them. This model empowers all stakeholders to co-create short and long-term solutions that work.