Homa helps organizations learn to go deeper than diversity to build authentic relationships and equips teams with qualities, attitudes and skills for their journey toward justice, equity and authentic inclusion. Homa is the co-founder of two thriving consultancies and is able to consult on her own or together with her partners Eric Dozier of the Oneness Lab or Will Richardson of the Big Questions Institute.
Homa collaborates with Fortune 50 companies, school districts, universities and leading community organizations as a speaker, advisor on DEI, leadership development coach, consultant on global citizenship, cultural competency and post-pandemic skillsets.
“I have received incredibly positive and abundant feedback about her message and her delivery. People are inspired! She covered so much and kept it interesting, interactive, current and reinforced how, at the heart of this work, is compassion for humans.”
“Homa Tavangar is a real leader in global education... As a citizen of the world, she has a knack for meeting her audience where they are and urging them to go beyond their previous limits. She is a gift to this work.”
“Your experience and credibility were evident and enabled your session to be a catalyst to truly embed inclusion... It was also unique, and disruptive in a very positive and absorbing way.”
From Fortune 50 events to annual education conferences to academic symposia, Homa’s presentations pair her uniquely global perspective with the latest research to inspire audiences to reimagine the promise of our classrooms, companies and communities. Her personal background, love of storytelling, range of work, interpretation of scientific research, and first-hand engagement with diverse communities bring depth and urgency to her speaking engagements. Keynotes are tailored to the audience with current examples, research and insights. Homa often presents with her co-founders of BigQuestions.Institute and OnenessLab.com.
Justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) priorities are centered in every project Homa takes on, whether an engagement is explicitly for JEDI or not. Racism is the most vital and challenging issue affecting America (and beyond) today, and impacts every aspect of our lives at work, at home and in community. Homa’s advising is invitational, not confrontational, and is centered in justice and honesty.
The challenges facing leaders have never been more complex, and competing interests seem increasingly demanding. In individual and group settings, Homa works with leaders to build their capacity to understand and embrace the challenges of our time, to restore internal balance as they create coherence across complex priorities, and to gain a broader vision of purpose and mission.
With more than 30 years of experience working on the ever-changing realities of globalization, system-wide transformation that’s global and inclusive doesn’t scare me. I also understand that small steps might be needed as first steps, and these help build capacity, too……….