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Meet The Cohort

Many approaches. One Goal.

Each member of the cohort is committed to anti-racist work and education bringing their heart, soul, experience, and expertise to every training they engage in. Facilitators from the cohort are listed below in alphabetical order by last name, left to right and top to bottom. Click the "email/envelope" image below their image to get in touch with the facilitator(s) of your choice!

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Jordan Battle


"My work is done in a highly collaborative environment with clear communication and input from the individuals and organizations that participate with the intent of building stronger relationships with the community."

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Humaira Ghilzai


"As a cultural producer, writer, speaker, trainer, refugee and immigrant Humaira is committed to advancing a culture of equity and inclusion in the arts by uplifting stories of marginalized people, places and people. Humaira is an Anti-racist working to highlight systemic oppression for the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities."

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Maya Herbsman



Nicky Martinez


"To achieve towards a more equitable, diverse, and intersection organization I like to lead this work with an intersectional frame, and to remind those who I work with that this is an ongoing learning and that it is layered. There is no such thing as completing your learning with EDI work, it is constant check in within yourself and others to be actively learning from our past, present, and future."

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Mina Morita


"As a facilitator, I seek to thoughtfully and intentionally cultivate a time and space where each person is invited to bring as close to their whole complex self to the conversation as they feel able to do;
--with the goal of connecting with others in the room in a mutually beneficial, vulnerable, and learning relationship,
--centering the most vulnerable among us."

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Cathleen Riddley


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"My joy is supporting BIPOC to build power, embody our sovereignty, and create the world we need in the future through how we live day to day. I facilitate through a decolonial, abolitionist, cash poor community-rooted Black queer feminist lens, deepened by solidarity work for collective liberation."

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