DEI requires confidence, energy, creativity, and resilience.

These service packages will get you there.


Part storytelling. Part strategy. All you.

Equity work can be exciting and rewarding. But it can also be frustrating, especially when you hit a roadblock.

Because I’ve “been there and done that”, I know you need a safe space to talk through your challenges, concerns, and hopes.

Through an iterative process of inquiry, strategy, and reflection, we will work together to help you perform with clarity, courage, and confidence.

What you get

A group of confidential, dedicated DEI supports, including: 1:1 sessions, leadership journey-mapping, and emergency check-ins.

(60 min.)
Leadership Reviews
(45 min.)
(30 min.)
Total investment*
*A 20% deposit will be charged at the time of booking

This package is best for you if

You are a racialized DEI leader who’s breaking barriers, making change, and looking to keep your momentum going. (In a healthy and humane way, of course.)

Note 1: Download this brochure to highlight the value-add of this package to your employer.

Note 2: Empowering Leadership can also be modified to support volunteer-led D&I committees who understand that having lived experience is not enough. Book a discovery call to learn more.


Sometimes, what’s right is uncomfortable.

Dive into your company’s existing DEI initiatives to find out what’s working, what’s not, what might work, and what will never work.

This is how you’ll make your DEI work realistic, evidence-based, and sustainable.

What you get…

Customized research about the state of DEI in your company, using Fictive Kin’s proprietary indicators to help you figure out where to go from here.

This package is best for you if

You’re ready to learn from your previous DEI data, and you’re more interested in asking the right questions than in getting the right answers. (Which you should be. Always.) Book a discovery call below to learn more.


Where does your story begin?

Woman sitting at desk with notebook and computer

Stories are found in a lot of places, including policies, job descriptions, and playbooks.

If you want DEI to be central to your company’s work, it needs to be in the centre of these documents.

What you get

An analysis of the “narrative” building blocks in your policies, etc. to help you understand how power and privilege function in your company, and what you should do about it.

This package is best for you if…

You’re ready to build on your company’s previous DEI training, and you know what “subtext” means. (Or will look it up right now if you don’t.) Book a discovery call below to learn more.

Doing – and enjoying – DEI requires an incredible amount of intellectual and emotional labour.

Fictive Kin will help you stay sharp, keep safe, and get (even) better at what you do.

Ready to dive in?