Dr. Colleen Batchelder, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant and Leadership Strategist has worked with a myriad of nonprofits, corporations, and entrepreneurs for over twenty years. She has presented numerous talks on generational differences, racial justice, LGBTQIA+ inclusion, and the necessity for generational education within all sectors of corporate, nonprofit, and government. She has worked with numerous organizations, including several fortune 500 companies and over fifty nonprofits. As a writer, diversity and inclusion consultant, executive coach, strategic consultant, keynote speaker, podcast host, and radio personality, she has worked with hundreds of companies and impacted thousands of business leaders. She was named an emerging leader under 40 by the NYC Mayor’s Center for Faith and Community Partnership, presented with the Champion Award from George Fox University, and nominated for her work with LOUD Summit as a leading voice for mental health and suicide prevention in New York City. Her doctorate in leadership and global perspectives has provided her with copious amounts of research and given her the ability to approach diversity and inclusion from an anthropological, theological, sociological, and ethnographical perspectives. Dr. Colleen Batchelder has presented a PechaKucha on diversity and inclusion at Oxford University, consulted with Thrivent Financials, New York City Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, Remedy Network, Voca Center, and LEAD.NYC. She’s aided numerous nonprofits in Hong Kong, Canada, Kenya, New Zealand, India, and throughout the United States. Dr. Batchelder has also been published and featured in Thrive Global, LinkedIn, George Fox University, ColleenBatchelder.org, QARA, The Good Men Project, LOUD Summit, 30 Days of Hope, Andy’s Pandemic Podcast, Missy Ohe Show, I’ll Go First, Repurposed, Unconventional Leaders, She Owns It, Lifehack, and Entrepreneur.