Equity Consultants of Colorado

Equity Consultants of Colorado (ECC) is the premier group of specialists in diversity, equity, and inclusion training and development. With extensive experience across private and public sectors, each consultant brings specific talents and unique expertise to the table. From early-stage bias training to advanced anti-racist work, ECC helps our clients both identify and achieve their goals of fostering the most inclusive and equitable experiences for all in the workplace.

We define equity as the fair treatment, opportunity, and advancement of all people, while identifying and eliminating barriers that prevent the full participation of marginalized groups. Equity is our “North Star”—it guides every piece of work that we do. what drives the work that we do.

To hire our team, please fill out the contact form above or email us at equity@equitysolutions.io.

  • Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler
    Chief Catalyst

    Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler is the Chief Catalyst and Founder of The Equity Project, LLC – an organization designed to support organizations and communities in building diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. She is the former Senior Vice President and Chief Inclusion Officer for Children’s Hospital Colorado – the first African American woman to hold that position in the organizations 100+ year history. She is also the former Executive Director of the Office of Human Resources for the City and County of Denver – the first African American woman to hold that position in the 63+ year history of the agency. Dr. Mosby Tyler, is the lead author of the DEI Today platform.

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    Regan Byrd

    Regan Byrd is an award-winning anti-oppression activist, speaker, and trainer who has trained dozens of organizations on anti-oppression and allyship, including the Colorado Mid-Wives Association, the Sierra Club, the Colorado Democratic Party, YWCA of Boulder County, and Denver Public Schools. Regan has served as the morning keynote speaker for the DU Women’s Conference in 2017, the afternoon keynote for the 2018 League of Women Voters annual conference, and was a trainer at the 2018 White Privilege Symposium in Denver. She participated in various expert panels on topics ranging from critical race theory, to the history of police, to housing justice.

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    Yolánda L. Chase, SHRM-SCP, CPM, CM
    Executive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Way-Maker

    Providing consulting and strategic solutions that enable inclusion and belonging in workplaces across the globe. When organizations are looking to build next generation human capital strategies that align with the growth goals of the business in scope and scale, that’s when I put my 30 years of HR expertise to work, developing solid bottom up workplace inclusion and diversity program frameworks, or optimizing and “leveling up” existing ones. I wholeheartedly believe in the value and purposeful work associated with inclusive and diverse workplaces.

  • Mariam (Mo) Abdullah
    CEO & Founder

    Mariam (Mo) Abdullah is the Founder of Culture Energized and an experienced certified trainer and entrepreneur. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Mo has worked with over 60 schools and organizations across the U.S in creating positive culture through professional development trainings. In addition, she has over 5 years experience working in the education and non profit sector servicing over 2,500 students, teachers and professionals on social emotional learning, group management and youth leadership. With her electrifying facilitation style, she has been able to impact diverse groups of people while shining light on the issues that matter!

  • Brenda Herrera Moreno

    Brenda Herrera Moreno (she| her| hers), born in Mexico City, but partially raised in India, traveled the world, middle school in South Carolina, high school in Wales, and college in Massachusetts, Brenda identifies as a queer transnational woman of color. After Hampshire College, Brenda experienced diverse roles in advocacy and community engagement. Currently, Brenda is the Founder and Lead Facilitator of In.Visible Paradigms, an organization on a mission to awaken and deepen the role of white allies/accomplices in the work of anti-oppression to collectively disrupt white supremacy. 

  • Dr. Alaina Beaver

    Alaina (she/her/hers) works at the intersection of equity, tech, and digital accessibility, with a focus and passion for education. Ideal clients are organizations interested in making their websites and digital products and services fully accessible to people with disabilities, either as a measure to be a more proactive and inclusive company or because they are looking to mitigate current litigation quickly and efficiently. Contact Alaina for strategy, training, user testing, and code solutions.

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    Megan Abman

    Megan Abman (She/Her) lives with the purpose of inspiring confidence and empowerment. With her background in neuroscience and organizational psychology, she is passionate about strategically problem-solving challenges at the organizational and individual level to help foster an inclusive and equitable working experience for all. She is a serial entrepreneur most recently co-founding Strata RMK Consulting after serving as Chief Diversity Officer for a 430 person tech company in Denver.

  • Ubbio
    CoFounder | CEO

    UB has a passion for helping #PEOPLEMATTER. He has a clear perspective of the good, bad and ugly of how companies are being built. Surviving workplace violence and his Latino background help define that perspective. As such, he is an advocate for people safety and happiness. He thrives in helping people overcome internal obstacles to be better humans to themselves and others.
 As an advocate he helps companies attract, hire and develop more inclusive and diverse talent. He speaks about the future of work and building inclusive companies. Through his work as Founder and CEO of Breaking the Bias, and now interviewIA, he strives to help people understand their own biases as individuals and as a team to build more inclusive workplaces.

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    Gamal Palmer

    Gamal Palmer is Principal at Diversity Gym, who is a corporate team diversity, leadership, and inclusion consultant. A powerhouse in working with leaders and teams by helping them increase communication, outputs and empathy as skillset, .

     A graduate of Yale, student of Oxford University with a strong background in organizational leadership and inclusion, Palmer has worked with hundreds of leaders, executives, and CEOs to help them diversify their teams, and increase effectiveness and collaboration. He’s worked with large-scale businesses and non-profits including Sempra Energy, The Federation of Greater Los Angeles and Kaiser Permanente to name a few. Through the Diversity Gym, he’s worked with 1,000s of individuals to help them find acceptance and foster inclusion.

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    Joe Thurman
    Sr. Advisor | CEO

    interviewIA is committed to systematically building a world where organizations can be objective and inclusive in hiring to create thriving, diverse, engaged cultures of high-performing employees. interviewIA is redefining the actual practice of interviewing by creating the first solution to bring human calibration, structure, and data driven interview outcomes into one, fully integrated, easy-to-use cloud application. interviewIA uses deep learning (IA) Intelligence Amplification technology and human-centered design to redefine the method of interviewing. interviewIA supplements its cloud based application with industry-leading online inclusion training, digital coursework and industry-leading expertise to help shape and guide the inclusive foundation of an organization.

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    Niki Robins

    Niki Robins (she/her/hers) is a content creator, community builder, and inclusive marketer. As the Content Director of Spectacle Marketing, she helps create inclusive content that speaks to a diverse audience, builds engaged communities, and visually represents folks of all backgrounds. Niki graduated from the University of Denver with degrees in Jazz Flute and Strategic Communications, and has worked with companies in both San Francisco (her hometown) and in Denver.

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    Katerina Jeng (she/her) is an inclusive marketing consultant, activist, and creative entrepreneur. As the Strategic Director of Spectacle Marketing, she helps businesses build authentic communities through genuine connection, two-way dialogue, and inclusive content. She is also the co-founder of Slant'd, a collective of Asian Americans celebrating the journey of self discovery. In the past, Katerina has worked at well-known tech giants like Yahoo and Flickr, consulted for startups across California and Colorado, and earned her Bachelors of Arts in English & Music from Cornell University.

  • Karyn Lu

    Karyn Lu (she/her) is passionate about helping companies navigate DEI in a way that is genuine and non-performative. She is a co-founder of Strata RMK Consulting. Ideal clients are startups who are looking for a fractional Chief Inclusion Officer or consultation on how to build a resilient DEI foundation from the beginning.

  • Reginamotarjemebio

    Regina Motarjeme's mission is to empower people, inspire change and accelerate growth and impact. She is co-founder of Strata RMK Consulting. Originally from the Netherlands, she has built and designed inclusive cultures throughout her career, always connecting the dots between strategy and culture. Ideal clients are startups who are looking for a fractional Chief Inclusion Officer or organizations who seek consultation on how to build and maintain a resilient DEI foundation from the beginning.

  • Karen Fleshman, Esq

    Karen Fleshman, Esq. is an activist, attorney, and single soccer mom. In 2014 she founded Racy Conversations to inspire the antiracist generation. She facilitates workshops on inclusive leadership, unconscious bias, microaggressions, allyship and sexual harassment in workplaces nationwide. She is the author of White Women We Need to Talk: Doing Our Part to End Racism, to be published by Sounds True in 2021. Her tweet on #Karen was quoted in the Grio and Reddit dubbed her “common_sense_Karen”.

  • Jared Karol
    Workplace & Belonging Consultant

    Jared Karol (he/him/his) works at the intersection of strategic storytelling, inclusive leadership, and creating workplace cultures of belonging. Ideal clients are people managers, senior leaders, and change agents looking to elevate their cultural competence and communication skills to build trust and connection with their people. Learn more at JaredKarol.com.