Jasmine M. Anderson (she/her) 

President, Lead Consultant of Anderson Multicultural Consulting

Anderson holds a Master of Legal Studies in Indigenous Peoples Law from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She has a B.A. in Race & Culture Studies and a Certificate in the principles of Diversity & Inclusion from Eastern Washington University. Emphasis areas: Africana & Native American studies, power & policy.

Anderson proposes straight-forward, sustainable remedies to systemic inequities in professional and academic settings. She has presented at the annual Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference; written DEI scripts for an international training provider; assisted BIPOC organizations with program development; and developed cultural competency workshops for various professions.

As a creative advocate, she also holds space for artistic expression through a cultural lens. Events include: Transformation Tuesdays, Artistic Activism: Art as a Catalyst for Change, Speak Up!, and more.

Essynce Williams (she/her)

Project Manager & Owner of Essynce’s Virtual Services

Essynce’s Virtual Services provides administrative support in various areas, with the pillars being: Schedule Management, Project Management and Program Development. On a daily basis I manage the personal and professional schedules of business owners. In addition I provide coaching services on process improvement and accountability. By acting as an empathetic and friendly “middle man” between the business owner and their connections in and out of the company.

Since every business is different, I adapt to the needs of the organization to provide the most relevant service. I have worked with many businesses ranging from consulting firms to podcasts. I aim to serve mission-driven organizations and people who are passionate about making a lasting difference for others and our world. 

Juanita Walker, M.Ed. (she/her)

Co-facilitator, Consultant in Training

Born in Japan and raised in Bremerton, WA, Juanita grew up in a military family. She received her B.A. in Studio Art from Eastern Washington University with a minor in Africana Studies. Her special interests are in business, education, and sustainability. She is finishing her Masters in Adult Education to support these interests and extend her knowledge to others.

Juanita works to decolonize the systems and perspectives that influence the modern professional and academics. Her proudest accomplishment is finishing university while having a child. She is proud to be a young parent pursuing her dreams.