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"When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up.  You have to say something.  You have to do something."

                                                      -The Honorable Congressman John Lewis

The Rising Awareness Journey's chief aim is to equip professional coaches with the relational and conversational skillset to effectively navigate the "messy and uncomfortable" conversation about racism, social injustice, and inequality.

We envision a movement of global professional coaches co-actively working together as thought partners and collaborators, perpetually raising awareness and dismantling (eradicate) systemic, institutionalized, and structural racism in the workplace and societal institutions.

We will accomplish our work of creating coaching "social change agents" via co-active relationships and Rising Awareness' Four-A's.

Rising Awareness' Four-A's


The raising consciousness and acknowledging that systemic racism has been and continues to be a part of our story worldwide.


The public act and process of supporting the cause of social change and equality so that apathy does not set in again and again.


The public supportive association with another person or group, specifically with members of a marginalized or mistreated group.


The act of vigorous campaigning to bring about social change through our coaching relationships. One conversation at a time.

Coming March - April 2021

Rising Awareness Journey Online Summit

Online Summit Online Workshop Topics

  • Co-Creating the Relationship & The Rising Awareness Four-A's

  • Intergenerational Trauma & The Psychology of Racism

  • Healing from Racism

  • Inclusion is not Enough: BELONGING

  • Becoming a Racial Justice Advocate

  • A Guide to Becoming an Ally

  • The L.A.C.E. (Love. Authenticity. Courage. Empathy.) - Hearted Way

  • Moving with Intentionality from Apathy to Activism


"Difficult conversations about culture and racism will happen, however, coaches can change the world one client and one conversation at a time."

Coach Perry