Work with Heddy Consulting to develop an action plan.
From equal pay to anti-harassment, micro-agressions to discrimination, we can help.

Employee Handbook Tune Up

One of the easiest ways to make your workplace successful is through inspiring your employees to believe their voices matter. A great way to showcase this is through creating and maintaining policies that promote diversity and inclusiveness. Work with Heddy to sharpen your employee handbook and improve your policies.

Nail Performance Reviews and Feedback

Do you want to make sure everyone at your company has a chance to grow themselves and your business? Creating regular opportunities for feedback is critical. Heddy's Performance Package reviews your organization's performance review and feedback practices and upgrades them so you can get the most out of all of your employees.

Equal Pay

As companies grow it gets harder to ensure all of your employees are compensated equitably. How do you define salary bands? When is a position a different level? Heddy reviews your organization's performance and pay structures and devises a plan to support a diverse staff.

Why Diversity and Inclusiveness Matter

(hint: It's good for business)

Ethnic and Racial Diversity Equal Better Financial Returns. Don't be the company that catches on to this last.

A 2015 McKinsey report found that companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians.

Women in Leadership Are Key to a Strong Company. Are at least 50% of your leaders women?

Women remain underrepresented at all levels of leadership. For women of color, leadership opportunities are even more elusive. Women make the decision in the purchases of 94% of home furnishings, 92% of vacations, 91% of homes and 51% of consumer electronics. Fixing the leadership gap helps your bottom line.

Diversity's Importance is Only Growing. The United States is becoming increasingly diverse.

The Brookings Institute reports that racial diversity will be the most defining and impactful characteristic of the millennial generation.


Tekisha Harvey

Marketing Guru

Tekisha is an influential thought leader passionate about sparking “future picture” thinking to evolve the workplace into a more inclusive and cooperative place for all.


Bill Smartt

Communication Coach

Bill provides communication and leadership training in the fields of advertising, consulting, finance, and technology.

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Tiffany Fisher-Love

Product Manager

Brooklyn based producer and the operational production manager for Brut Media. She is also an operations expert and a former Chief of Staff.


Ashmi Pathela

Strategy and Growth Partner

As a business advisor and former Chief of Staff, Ashmi has worked with companies of all sizes. She has experience spearheading diversity and inclusion initiatives at high-performance startups.

Our Team of Subject Matter Experts

We work with a team of experts in their field who help us develop materials and resources.

Our team is committed to talking about workplace inclusiveness regularly. Take advantage of our diverse expertise and backgrounds. We are made up of: