We provide strategic advice and consultation on
Racial equity engagement
Equity Partnership Strategies, LLC provides strategic advice and consultation to corporate boards, executive leadership teams, non profit leadership and institutions. Our focus is on racial equity engagement, community investments, and risk mitigation. We apply a social justice lens for operational growth, talent acquisition, retention and sustainable social impact.
We equip and empower our clients with skills and actionable strategies, to navigate social disruptions and culture shifts, in order to make vital contributions to societal change. Our methodology involves a systemic view of societal challenges, where equity and accountability are an essential part of our guiding principles.
WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS
Participants engaging through this curriculum will be inspired and empowered to be agents of positive change for measurable social impact in their organizations and institutions.
WHO WE ARE
Roslyn M. Brock is Founder
and CEO for Equity Partnership Strategies.
Arbiter of Social Impact
Roslyn is a courageous visionary with a strategic worldview that aids in aligning policies, programs, practices and people to maximize stakeholder value. As a social policy change agent, her proudest moment was in 2010 when she was unanimously elected the youngest person and fourth woman Chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors. During her three-decade tenure on the National Board, she led the effort to ratify and include health care advocacy as a civil right in the organization’s constitution. She also created a mid career social justice leadership recruitment initiative to train and retain a new generation of civil rights advocates.
In her 25 plus years of work as a strategic collaborator and change catalyst, she’s leveraged a well-cultivated network of influencers in government, corporate and community entities, health care, civil and human rights, and philanthropy to create measurable social impact.
Health Equity Champion
As Chief Advocacy Officer for the nation’s fifth-largest Catholic healthcare system, she provided enterprise-wide leadership to advance healthcare reform, health equity and social justice initiatives for vulnerable populations. She partnered with multi-level federal and state stakeholders to transform and align community health standards for broader health equity, access and quality results. Her efforts improved the health and well-being of communities by addressing a broad range of social and economic determinants of health.
Named one of Essence magazine’s “40 Fierce and Fabulous Women Who Are Changing the World”
Received the National Urban League’s "Women of Power Award.”
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Elkridge, Maryland 21075
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