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Put equity to work.

The Equity Project is a leading equity, inclusion, and diversity (EID) consulting firm that empowers organizations to infuse EID into every facet of their work and lives.

Equity, inclusion, diversity, equality, justice…We understand the complex equation of creating a world where everyone can thrive. At The Equity Project, we’ve defined a customizable way to assist you in your path to equity.

Diverse group of coworkers

What makes us different

Executive experience

As former executives, we use our understanding of power, business operations, and C-Suite relations to strengthen the culture that already exists within an organization.

Custom-tailored services

There’s no playbook for equity, which is why we develop customized services that meet you where you are with compassion and curiosity.

True partners in the journey

We work hand-in-hand with your organization as accomplices in your equity efforts, and ensure you continue the work long after we’ve parted ways.

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250 +

organizations served

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35 +

partnerships formed

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50 +

years of collective experience

Who we’ve worked with

Meaningful impact on organizations of all size and stages.

Meet your team

Diverse, accomplished professionals with over 50+ years of experience in the EID space

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About the Team

We are an accomplished and diverse team with 50+ years of experience in the DEI space.

The Equity Project is led by Dr. Dwinita Mosby Tyler, award-winning keynote speaker and the first African American woman to hold the positions of Chief Inclusion Officer for Children’s Hospital Colorado, and Executive Director of the Office of Human Resources for the City and County of Denver.

Watch Dr. Dwinita Mosby Tyler’s TED talk on why we need “unlikely allies” in the fight for justice.

  • We are excited to join the Newsweek Expert Forum!

    In August 2021, Chief Catalyst Dwinita Mosby Tyler was accepted into Newsweek’s Expert Forum. We are thrilled to be a member of this important group of change makers and leaders!
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  • Dr. Dwinita chats with Spike Lee!

    In October 2019, Dr. Dwinita joined Spike Lee for the 2019 CoreNet Global Summit! They shared intimate dialogue around diversity in film/the arts, and unpacked what it means to use our voices to impact change. 
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  • Power Does Not Come in Harvest Gold

    There is much to say about power, in and outside of organizations, and most often…it’s negative. When we look at the historical construct of the United States, it has been a white, male dominated culture with (sorry brothers…) power attributes that have been associated with oppression and coercion. Because of this historical framework, we have developed groupthink about types of power. Oftentimes, and especially if you feel/are oppressed, we delineate power into two categories: (1) those who have it and (2) those who don’t.
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