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CELEBRATE DIFFERENCE

Hi, we're Dorothy. We work with you to help enhance your culture at work so as to attract, retain — and, most importantly — engage your staff and attract underrepresented talent to your organization. 

With workshops, training, and leadership coaching, our work celebrates the intersections of race, identity, culture, and gender.

GET OUT

 

Companies get more when employees are free to bring more; creativity flourishes when people can be themselves! 

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Nearly half of LGBTQ people choose to stay closeted at work.

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LGBTQ employees earn 90 cents for every 1 dollar the typical worker earns.

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PURCHASE ONLINE PACKAGES

We offer many of our services online! You can get the strategic support you need, sign up for workshops, and lots more. 

Our workshop series covers topics such as Queer Language, Trans Inclusion, and Gender. Start your engines, let's go! 

MAKE PRIDE SUSTAINABLE

All LGBTQ lives should be celebrated all twelve months, period. Your organization's efforts should be ongoing, and you should get credit for your work. We created q'd, a badge that shows off your hard work to celebrate our differences, values, and cultures. 

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GO BEYOND DEI

Real, sustainable growth is rooted in curiosity, and storytelling is an excellent way to unpack your sense of self. Using this approach, you're getting some real reflection that helps expand your worldview. 

CATEGORY IS: ADVOCACY

It's not like you're doing anything wrong, per say. But there's always room to improve, grow, and expand conversations. In times like these, we expect radical acts of inclusion from our employers. Our advocacy work is the cornerstone of how your organization will make an impact.

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FROM THE BLOG

Grammatically speaking, a pronoun is a word that refers to a person. Most languages will reference gender when using a pronoun, such as he or she. This post discusses neopronouns and third-person personal pronouns beyond he, she, it, they, one, and it.

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