To help organizations advance DEI and wellbeing, build human-centric culture, and create social impact.
To create safe, anti-racist and anti-oppressive, compassionate, and inclusive institutions where humanity is valued and people thrive.
We use an identity aligned, leadership development, anti-racism, anti-oppression, trauma-informed, and liberation lens and approach.
We strive to practice what we preach. We acknowledge that we are also learning and growing on our DEI, anti-racism, and liberation journey and are committed to aligning our values to our actions.
Rorri is the founder of U Power Change, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, DEI Practitioner, Executive & Leadership Coach, and host of The DEI-LABB Podcast (formerly the Racially Responsible Podcast).
She has provided coaching and consultation to leaders in the corporate and non-profit space including Fortune 500 companies. She has presented and facilitated workshops on these topics nationally for non-profit, corporate, and educational institutions.
She has been published in various outlets including:
Law Practice Today: Reframing Attorney Well-being to Include Equity and Inclusion
I Follow the Leader: Well-Meaning” Isn’t Enough: How Leaders Can Commit to DEI Work
Rorri has 20 years of experience in the field of social worker and human behavor. Being a licensed therapist gives her an edge into human behavior, interpersonal dynamics, use of a trauma informed lens, and ability to connect with others and build bridges across differences. She graduated with her masters degree from Columbia University in 2005 and received further clinical training from NYU and the Ackerman Institute for the Family.
On a personal note, she credits her initial passion and commitment to anti-racism/DEI/liberation work to being raised in a multiracial family and her experiences navigating her identity around whiteness and being Jewish in the U.S. She also recognizes the way her identity and experiences of being married to a Muslim man of color and a being a mom of 2 young children that are multiracial, multifaith, and multicultural have impacted the way she shows up in this work.