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Strategists-in-Residence

Co-Thinking On Demand

As our sector works to recover from the pandemic and build resiliency in preparation to face new challenges, CultureSource members voiced their need for guidance when planning their cultural competency and digital technology strategies. To meet these needs, CultureSource has engaged professionals with that expertise to share their knowledge and co-think with you on demand.

Our Strategists will be proactively contacting CultureSource members to offer their insights, and will also be able for scheduled consultations to dialogue about your ideas, needs, and questions.

Technologist-in-Residence

Jon Riley, Telescope Vision Llc.

As you consider building your organization’s digital infrastructure, upgrading equipment, or infusing digital accessibility into a program, our technologists-in-residence is your ally. Rather than offering transactional tech support—you forget a password, cannot connect to a printer, or need to install security software—our technologist-in-residence will help you imagine possibilities, explore resources, and plan next steps.

Members can sign up for 30-min. or 1-hour consultations

Equity Strategists-in-Residence

Alfonso Wenker and Trina Olson, Team Dynamics

Social movements advancing the rights of people historically oppressed by privilege have surged. To meet the calls for progress, people are needing to quickly make change, so we have engaged equity strategists-in-residence to support your transition to greater cultural competency. These allies will respond to your questions, lead learning sessions, develop resources, and work alongside us for two years. As our first step in designing this service, please respond to this question:

Members can sign up for 45-minute consultations.

Meet with Alfonso

Alfonso works side-by-side with C-Suite executives and internal champions to facilitate transformation change to organizational culture and strategy.

Meet with Trina

Trina works with clients to curate tools and resources needed to address the pervasive inequities still at play across race and gender in the workplace.

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