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Professional Learning & Training

We view learning as an active rather than a passive process, and learners construct meaning only through active engagement with self, others, and the world around them. Collaboration and learning‐by‐doing are necessary components, no matter where or when learning takes place.  

Our approach to content design and facilitation is heavily informed by Design Justice principles, an approach that involves co-creation, co-learning, and collaborative reflection and accountability.


We believe that high quality Professional Learning is a comprehensive system of learners and leaders building deeper understanding, cultural responsiveness, and community dedicated to reimagining and restructuring current systems and processes together through dedicated time for learning and actionable practice. We don’t facilitate “one-and-done”workshops. Rather, we intentionally pair new learning with opportunities to engage in conversation and reflection in community with others, and we extend learning by applying it within the workplace.