Bianca Wilson

Bianca Wilson

Co-FOUNDER

Bianca works with executives and groups within companies to discover and clear unconscious biases and underlying emotions that create blocks from effective communication, impactful leadership and authentic relationships.

With her background in Race Relations at Villanova University, advanced training in Emotional Freedom Technique (‘Tapping’) and Cross Cultural Facilitation Training with the renowned Diversity Trainer, Lee Mun Wah, Bianca has been immersed in the world of Coaching, Holistic healing and Diversity and Inclusion for 10 years.

Her education, extensive training and experience has led her to work with companies such as Media Arts Lab (Advertising Agency for Apple), Sony Music, PMC/Variety Magazine, Trailer Park, Giant Spoon and has become one of the first Diversity Strategists for Biz Babez Creative Work Space in Downtown Los Angeles.

 
 
 
 
 

Emily Race

Co-FOUNDER

Emily partners with organizations and executives to create environments where authenticity, accountability, and collaboration thrive. A natural problem-solver with an intuitive, empathetic approach, Emily listens for the root of what is and is not working within companies and develops bespoke solutions that address both employee and employers needs.

In addition to program design and facilitation, Emily is a Co-Active certified coach, working with leaders at all levels to step into their “Intuitive Leadership”— a space of effortless impact. Her passion for diversity and inclusion lead her to train with the renowned Lee Mun Wah, bringing mindful facilitation techniques to the most difficult conversations. 

Emily has worked for some of the largest Fortune 500 Companies in the world. As Director of Talent Development at Media Arts Lab (Apple’s agency of record), she lead the employee development and diversity programs for 700+ people worldwide, creating a series of successful training programs that expanded to multiple agencies across the Omnicom Network (Integer, TBWA, Chiat, GMR Marketing Group). 

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