Our collaborative, experienced and results-oriented internal team of Diversity and Inclusion consultants partner closely with clients to drive organizational outcomes related to workplace diversity. In addition, a team of skilled facilitators is available to provide support during the delivery process of our inclusion solutions.

Sadé Abraham

Sadé Abraham is a learning scientist and pipeline initiative strategist serving as an Academic Coach for the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Harvard University. Born in Trinidad and Tobago but raised in Queens, New York, Sadé completed her first masters at Rutgers University and her second masters in cognitive neuroscience through the Harvard Graduate School of Education Mind Brain & Education program with a focus on developmental cognitive neuroscience. Her research explores toxic stress, trauma, and adversity through the lens of neurocognition and education.

Sadé’s professional portfolio and experience spans across public, private, liberal arts, Ivy League and international institutional landscapes. Currently, Sadé serves as the founding and inaugural director of “FYRE”, a pre-orientation program that supports first generation low-income students. She is also the Assistant Director at the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations and co-leads a Diversity Management course for mid-career professional and C-suite executives at the Harvard Extension School.

Prior to Harvard, Sadé spent seven years working in university leadership, including three years in Abu Dhabi and Dubai as an instructor, academic advisor, and founding member of the first residential college program in the Middle East at New York University Abu Dhabi.