Southwest Human Development
Visceral Change facilitated the Addressing Bias workshop for leaders within my program. They created a safe space to explore our biases and consider how those biases affect our lives both personally and professionally. It was an eye-opening and valuable professional development experience.
Los Alamos Laboratories
[Sherard Robbins] came into a mostly and historically white space... and gave a talk during Black History Month. His teachings on diversity, equity and true inclusion were so inspiring. Mr. Robbins holds a valuable gift that can affect change and healing in any space. I'd encourage you to have every student and teacher take his classes and hear his talks. If you need a resource to help guide you through the current civil unrest, I cannot think of anyone more capable.
Nick Delamare, M.D.
University of Arizona
I'm really grateful to [Viscerl Change] for catalyzing a productive conversation on issues that too often get taken for granted, overlooked or sidelined. You have a very effective way of making it possible to talk with comfort about issues that are uncomfortable.