I am a 70 year old, white, straight, Jewish and comfortably retired male born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. After a 17 year career in the business world, I served as a not-for-profit executive, consultant and coach, specializing in board and staff development, strategic planning, fund raising and youth leadership. In 1992, I actively began to study and learn about diversity and inclusion. Since that time I have facilitated hundreds of workshops and programs. After extensive training in 2014, The King Center (www.thekingcenter.org) certified me as a Nonviolence 365 Ambassador.
Our Vison: A world free of injustice
Our Mission: As a writer, speaker and facilitator, help people understand what it means to be white and privileged
Our Core Values: Life Long Learning - Justice - Lead By Example - Non-violence
Special thanks and gratitude to the following people who have provided me with inspiration, knowledge, mentoring, time, guidance and the truth:
Amy A. Hunter - Reverend Traci Blackmon - Mary Ferguson - Dr. Christi Griffin - Debby Irving - Dr. Billie Mayo - Tony Neal - Dr. David Ragland - Karen Stewart - Rabbi Susan Talve - Dr. Peter Theodore - Peter Wilson - Carol Bahmueller - Dr. Shelly Tochluk - The White Privilege Conference - Cyndie Jones
And to my friend Barbie Pevnik for her proofreading skills!
"Racism is not born folks, it's taught. I have a two-year old son. You know what he hates? Naps! End of list."