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The Deets

What is our Purpose? 


Our purpose is to resist white supremacy through the collective building of brave, transformative anti-racist leaders. 


What do we do?


We facilitate workshops and conversations, provide individual and group coaching, and consult with organizations; all towards the transformation of self, systems, and communities to become spaces in which Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are seen, valued, loved, heard, powerful, wealthy, healthy and liberated.  We prioritize the creation of healing spaces for BIPOC; inspiring a journey towards self-love and authentic leadership. 


What is the vision? 


Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), strong in mind, spirit and love, will heal our bodies, feed our souls; and in our authenticity, light up this earth and lead our people towards vitality (peace and freedom). 


Why work with Middle Waters?


Middle Waters is about the soul connection; your past, present, and future; leading through vulnerability; and a robust dose of accountability to your word: INTEGRITY not FAKEQUITY. In other words, it is all about how you are standing in your power and developing into a Brave, Transformative, Anti-Racist Leader. We also promise to show up and model this for and with you.


While there are many consultants, experts, and organizations that are dedicated to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) work, we want to make sure that we are the best fit for you. Our goal is NOT to serve White institutions so they can look good. Our goal is to serve communities of color by guiding and uplifting leaders (of all races) to disrupt systems of oppression. We are looking for clients that want more than to appear to be doing the work. If your goals align with ours, we are here to work with you.




What's Being Said


As a trainer, Tracy has an uncanny ability to model emotional intelligence in a way that allows you to own your story and show up as your true self.

Derrick Wheeler, Community Activist


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