Diversity and inclusion is not a zero-sum game. We have all experienced a moment in our lives where we were treated as if we did not belong. However, our inclusion in a space—our workplace, neighborhood, or community— should not come at the expense of someone else's. Empathy is a skill—it helps us build an understanding of our experience in relation to others.
Who We Are
We are focused on impact. More professionals are signaling that they want to work for organizations that prioritize diversity and inclusion. Em|PACT Strategies is social change firm providing practical solutions for building better habits that foster more inclusive communities.
What We Do
At the core of our work are a focus on building stronger communities and building better habits. Whatever your goals—building a diversity plan, improving company culture, or personal or professional development—our solutions will help professionals be more active every day promoting inclusion within the workplace and the community.
Corey is a man of many talents with a varied professional background that allows him both the exposure and the stature to be able to lead, guide and inspire on the topic. He’s fair and navigates his way around the topic of Allyship in a very genuine manner...Corey would bring his passion for connecting people as an asset to any institution looking to bring its workforce together.
Marjorie Etter, Fitbit
Corey has an innate sense of engaging with the audience with the way he speaks. He commands the room in an authentic way that captivates. In addition, his insights and the content he brings are timely - we need more of this kind of insights that create a deeper impact.
Tet Salva, MomWarrior™
Corey is able to connect on a personal level with his audience. He is approachable and responsive to his audience’s needs. It is clear from his talk that he is, in fact, modeling the very behaviors he trains: empathy and impact. His ideas on how to use empathy to ally across differences are fresh, thoughtful and practical.
Aasha M. Abdill, PhD, Bridging Research, Practice, and Communities