Wellness.  Equity.  Liberation. Love. Sisterhood.

Empowering Women 

A collaborative of Diversity Practitioners specializing in

Professional Development, Consulting, and Educational Coaching in the areas of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice.

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Upcoming Events

  • May Welcome to the Well: A Gathering for Black Women
    Online via zoom
    May 26, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
    Online via zoom
    Join us for our monthly gathering for Black women. Can't wait to see you there!
  • Accomplices in Action (AIA): A Cohort-Style Training for Dismantling White Supremacy in Self and Society
    via Zoom
    Jun 02, 6:00 PM
    via Zoom
    Join friends of The Wells Collective, Kristen Tubman and Jonathan Fichter, for a six-session workshop series on moving from being an ally to being an accomplice. Open to all people who identify as white.
  • June Little Fires Everywhere: A series on relationships between Black and white women
    Online via zoom
    Jun 07, 5:00 PM EDT
    Online via zoom
    As the 'Little Fires Everywhere' book and series on Hulu make clear, relationships between Black and white women have been complicated and rooted in trauma since the first slave ships came to America. In this series, we plan to unpack the history of these relationships while building community.

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What People Say

about The Wells Collective


“[Teaching, loving and believing in Black girls] was a terrific workshop- it provided critical informatiton that echoes and builds on the work [various teachers] have done with us on campus in the past; offered powerful frameworks for further understanding the experience of Black girls at St. Andrew's and our work as teachers, mentors, and coaches; and opened up space for great moments for reflection on our community, and goal-setting for how we can strive to be better."

Emily P.

Dean of Faculty Development

Middletown, DE


come celebrate with me
that everyday
something has tried to kill me
and has failed.

 Lucille Clifton, Won't You Celebrate With Me