Ricardhy Grandoit’s professional background is deeply rooted in implementing programming specific to cultural competency, diversity & inclusion, and team development. He is well-versed in curriculum design, program development, and facilitation. Ricardhy has worked as a facilitator for the YWCA’s Race Dialogue Series, Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society’s diversity and inclusion program, Project Teamwork, as well as the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) program, a leading gender-based violence prevention education and awareness program. Ricardhy has also served as a Team Development consultant, and currently, he works for Major League Baseball as a Senior Manager of Player Programs, League Economics & Operations where he is instrumental in creating educational programs that support league-wide policies and social responsibility objectives. In this role, he also serves as an advisory member to the Black Professionals Business Resource Group.
Ricardhy earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Master of Science in Project Management & Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. He holds certifications as a Senior Certified Professional in Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP) through the Society for Human Resource Management and in Psychological First Aid and Post Traumatic Stress Management through the International Trauma Center and the Trauma Institute International respectively.