helping businesses embrace
Currently our society is facing is a great reckoning with the ongoing experiences of racial oppression. Major institutions are recognizing the need to address equity in their organizations and how they serve individuals to achieve their mission.
RRI Consulting helps organizations live up to their commitment by guiding internal learning and reflection, identifying strategies for increasing equity, and supporting leadership with intentional goal-setting, planning and operations for transformational changes within the workplace.
The Conductor Circle
Transforming philanthropic giving
inspire change in your workplace
lead equity authentically
"there is no going back, no putting this work on hold. You can’t go through what we’ve all been through in the learning journey with RRI and turn this off."
Frank Daidone, CEO at Nurse-Family Partnership
meet the team
RRI builds anti-racist institutions and systems grounded in the cultural wealth, humanity, and leadership of communities of color.
We work with government agencies, nonprofits organizations, foundations, universities, and other institutions to support them in assessing their current systems, undergoing the individual and collective learning journeys needed to unpack and understand how individual and systemic racism shows up in the workplace and in industry more broadly, and set goals and implementation plans to transform systems to be grounded in racial and social equity.
support the cause
donate to rRI to further our mission of bringing greater racial equity across the nation.
your funds help support our non-profit (5013c) organization to provide our services to educational institutions, underserved communities and volunteer organizations that we work together with.
lauren r. watson legacy fund
The Lauren R. Watson Legacy Fund is a Philanthropic legacy fund established by individual donors and giving circles in honor of Denver Legendary Lauren R. Watson (Feb. 18, 1940 – Aug. 7th, 2019) community organizer, social justice fighter and founder of Denver’s Black Panther Party
Legacy fund will provide monetary support to organizations at the grassroots/grasstops level; including programming for systems change in the areas of social, racial and equity justice.