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We are able to deeply engage with our clients to provide custom capacity building solutions through a framework that fits each organization’s needs while directly fostering social and racial justice.

Our assessment tools are designed to build a collaborative understanding of each organization’s structure, strategies and goals in order to improve the movement culture and to increase wins despite difficult political circumstances. That’s because we offer a unique variety of perspectives and skill sets grounded in the nuances of race, geography, class and sexual orientation. 

Take a look through the folks that are ready to  provide you with solutions that encompass broad perspectives on resilience, relationships, and resistance informed by decades of professional and lived experience in the social justice field. 

photo of Aaron Goggans, a black man with short dreadlocks, in a blue blazer, white collared shirt, glasses, and smiling
Aaron Goggans has over a decade of organizing, activism and transformation work guiding him in this work.  A decade of organizing has instilled in him the value of recognizing the… Read More »
“The term Social justice is not just a hip buzzword to me. Right out of college, when most grads are thinking about starting their careers, my life was about trying to keep my friends… Read More »
I am unashamedly a product of racially segregated school systems in North Carolina, except one year of forced busing for the sake of integration.  When my daughter was twelve and Read More »
“As a young girl I was always listening to my elders and parents.  Fascinated by the stories i heard, I began to document my community through photography, prose and poetry.  It was… Read More »
“I went to El Salvador, my mom’s home country, for the first time when I was 19. From my family, I learned about the devastation of the US-backed civil war, and the courage, tenacity,… Read More »
“As a child of the only Jewish family growing up in a small town in rural upstate NY, I quickly learned the painful lessons of anti-Semitism, racism and exclusion. This laid the groundwork… Read More »
“When I was 11, I crossed the border without documents. At the crossing, my brother was put in the front seat of the car and my mom and I in the trunk. When I asked why, I was told, “your… Read More »
“I grew up an able-bodied, middle-class, queer transgender man of color in an immigrant family in a farming & factory town in rural Illinois during the region’s transformation… Read More »
“I will never forget, as anyone wouldn’t, waking up on 9/11 to the horrific news that couldn’t be ignored. After the news sunk in, I then remembered being afraid to step foot outside… Read More »
“Growing up in Ecuador I saw both, extreme poverty and wealth first hand. I witnessed young children having to work, the abuse of domestic workers and the excess and greed of Read More »
“Like a lot of children raised by immigrant working class parents, I witnessed the daily sometimes nasty, sometimes dangerous injustices my parents tolerated to get food on the table… Read More »
Bill Fletcher Jr. has been an activist since his teen years. Upon graduating from college he went to work as a welder in a shipyard, thereby entering the labor movement. Over the years… Read More »

RoadMap consultants work together to offer a wide range of tailored and integrated services including strategic planning, financial management, strategic communications, board development, fundraising, human resources/staff development and leadership transition. Read more about our services. We also work together to further our own learning and to share these lessons to advance the social justice sector.