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Inclusive Change

Foundational Workshop Series

At Leading Elephants, we believe that how you lead change speaks volumes.  


Your approach to leading change shows your care and respect for your people, your lived commitment to inclusiveness, and whether you truly “get” their work.

Why we created this course

For more than ten years we have been supporting leaders. During this time, we have seen leaders read about leading change, but not know how to translate what they're reading into practical steps. 

Too often, this disconnect leads to change efforts that undermine trust, create resistance, or lead to weak implementation.


Our approach

Seeing this need, we created Leading Inclusive Change.


This three-part workshop is designed to help leaders learn the practical steps of leading inclusive change.


This course is grounded in Leading Elephants' signature change frameworks, tools, and mindsets for leaders who are leading change at the team, cross-functional, or system level.

Join us for this Three Part 
virtual Workshop.
Course Dates:​
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Course Time:​

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"This training was unique because it inspired me to be a more empathetic leader. It's also given me the tools, structure, and tactics to do be an empathetic leader in an intentional way."
WHAT Participants SAY

—  Foundation Investment Partner

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Meet the facilitators


Michelle Moore Hernandez

Michelle is the CEO and Founder of Leading Elephants, a consulting coaching and training organization focused on building dynamic and impactful leadership, infusing inclusive change in organizations and creating thriving cultures that help people be their best together.
Prior to founding Leading Elephants, Michelle led leadership development for The Broad Center, advised schools in Africa and served as a partner in a global consulting firm across multiple geographies.

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Jerrod Walker

Jerrod is the Executive Director of InspirED Solutions, LLC. and a Founding Consultant with a Master's Degree in Education and well over a decade of experience in diversity, equity, and inclusiveness strategy. He identifies as a spiritual Black, cisgender, bisexual man from a low-income background. He loves working with people to develop strategies for achieving ambitious goals as well as facilitating learning that fosters learning about the world and the self.

Jerrod brings over 15 years of instructional, adult learning design, management, and strategic planning experience to his work and also serves as the National Managing Director for Future Organization Design at Teach For America.


Amber Mackay

Amber is the Managing Director at Leading Elephants, and she is passionate about helping leaders thrive.  She was first exposed to the transformative work at Leading Elephants as a coachee, and she loves to share how her ongoing journey toward greater human-centered leadership enriches her life.  


Prior to working at Leading Elephants, Amber served as a leader in a fast-paced charter management organization working in K-12 education.  She has led teams, served as a chief of staff in multiple capacities, and acted as a coach and advisor to leaders across the nation.


Dr. Remy L. Washington

Remy L. Washington, EdD is the Chief Academic Officer for Uplift Education, where she oversees teaching and learning across 43 International Baccalaureate continuum schools and the management of the Road to College and Career.


Remy is passionate about change as an opportunity to be inspired, invested, and energized to create shifts in practice, leading to positive generational impacts and life outcomes for scholars.


Remy has served as a managing director, principal, school administrator, and mathematics teacher.  In addition to her Masters of Arts of Teaching and a Masters in Educational Leadership in Organizational Change. Remy received her Doctorate of Education in Urban Education and Leadership.  Her dissertation study included an analysis of the influence of teacher self-efficacy on teacher attrition.

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