Michele Lawlis Shelton is not just another diversity trainer. She is an international speaker, author, coach, consultant, social justice activist and advocate deeply concerned with how we experience humanity in the workplace and beyond. In addition to speaking and consulting on the development and effectiveness of diversity and inclusion solutions, she specializes in race and gender equity.
Michele's candor, career experience, and innovative insights make her a trusted, value-added speaker and advisor to her clients. She is an audience favorite at conferences, association meetings, community events and remains available on an international basis to keynote, coach, and consult.
"Michele’s insights have proven valuable to stimulating new ideas and thinking in our organization. With her leadership, we have engaged thought provoking discussions on topics impacting our teams and the communities we serve."
"I sooo appreciated you sharing what every DEI practitioner is aware of and has been trying to yell from the mountain top in a way that was digestible to “others” who were in the room. I was waiting on someone to say it.. and you said it all!"
"Thank you for your authenticity, guidance, and all that you do for humanity. Thank you for giving me the assurance I needed to face racism. The lump is gone out of my heart and chest. I feel normal again."
"You kick so much a**. Important conversations to have - and important for our community to know what rich resources we have to help us make progress."
"You are an absolute expert at what you do. Thank you for saying yes to us!"
"What can I say? Fab-U-Lous!
Thank you so much! The session was exceptional, and so much of what we desire and have been looking for. Thank you so much; for your professionalism, your expertise and your thoughtful engagement."
"Phenomenal presentation today about perspectives and the importance of embracing all that we are entitled to! Fantastic job…! There is nothing this woman can’t present on related to work, culture, leadership and diversity. Book her!"
Michele L. Shelton