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Our Impact.


We are honored to partner with so many amazing organizations. A few of our partners are:

  • Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) – Currently serving as Culture Consultants, charged with developing a culture/climate survey, providing DEI training, and leading DEI goal setting and action planning.

  • YWCA of Southeastern Wisconsin – Provided racial equity training to the CEO and the leadership team of Froedtert Health Network.

  • Children’s Hospital Wisconsin - Served as 2022 Doctors’ Day keynote speakers and small group DEI discussion facilitators.

  • Butter Buds, Incorporated - Provided DEI training to the leadership team.

  • LGBT Center of SE Wisconsin - Provided DEI training to board and staff.

  • City of Racine (Mayor’s Office) – Facilitated equitable workplace goal setting and action planning sessions for the City’s leadership team.

  • United Way of Racine County – Provided DEI training to all staff.

  • Burlington Area School District – Provided DEI training to fifty administrators, faculty, and school board members.

  • City of Racine (Mayor’s Office) - Led police reform community conversations and facilitated police reform task force meetings.

  • City of Racine (Water/Wastewater Department) - Provided DEI training and
    coaching to staff and management.


“Our district enlisted the support of Payne and Frazier to assist us in examining our current system and practices as they related to providing inclusive practices for all students. We had a lot to learn, and the process required us to examine our beliefs and the culture of our organization. Participation in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training was a remarkable experience for our team. Kimberly, Arletta, and the rest of the team made it easy for us to engage, be vulnerable, and make changes to improve our school system. The team listened, encouraged us, and did not pass judgment. They were always there to support our journey and we certainly came out stronger as a result of the learning that we did together. We would highly recommend the training to any organization who wishes to create systemic change designed to ensure inclusivity.”

Burlington Area School District

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