By Yolonda Harrison

Through an audit, our team will evaluate your organization’s communications (i.e., website, marketing, etc.); policies (i.e., employee manual, code of conduct, etc.); and practices (i.e., hiring, promotion, etc.) using an intersectional equity lens to highlight potential barriers to inclusion and belonging.

When conducting an audit, we consider the intersectionality of multiple identity dimensions including internal dimensions (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability); external dimensions (e.g., class/socioeconomic status, familial status, geographic location, religion, nationality); and organizational dimensions (e.g., role/job function, supervisory status, tenure).


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