The Wells Collective is intentional about prioritizing the needs of the marginalized by changing the narrative, educating the privileged, and creating safe spaces for women of color to improve their wellbeing. As one of the few organizations in the United States that is run exclusively by all Black women, The Wells Collective is able to leverage its collective of experiences to shape innovative workplace plans that are authentic, meaningful and will spearhead measurable change in your organization.
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Your organization will be paired with two of our expertly trained Wells Collective members to help you identify areas of opportunities to become better stewards of equitable change. We believe in starting with self in order to better understand societal challenges and pathways forward.
The Wells Collective also provides in person and virtual professional development DEI sessions that offer direct opportunities for hands-on, interactive conversations to resolve internal issues and guide your organization through as-needed learning moments in relation to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. Customized professional development plans are also available upon request.
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With people of color at the core of our mission and work, The Wells Collective takes pride in helping women of color heal from the traumas that they have experienced in environments that have not been the most embracing of their power and capabilities.
In addition to our external consulting work, we intentionally leverage our backgrounds in psychology, activism and counseling to host regular affinity spaces. These spaces allow Black women opportunities to process their experiences and better equip them with the tools to navigate society while centering joy and wellbeing.
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What Clients 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