Check out Boss on Purpose’s exclusive interview with our CEO Tiffany Jana. Tiffany shares how she designed a business around her passion and layer by layer grew the business into an internationally sought after consulting firm. Find out more here >>
Boss on Purpose
Oct 17, 2017
Benjamin Graham Blog
Oct 2, 2017
Overcoming Bias by Tiffany Jana and Matthew Freeman was featured on Ben Graham, Australian UX designer’s blog. Ben states “We assume too much. We assume all kinds of things about technical tasks, other people or just about anything… Our brains are wired to assume and patch together information to form something we believe is more concrete. However what we think is a concrete thought, fact or perception can be loosely tied-together and inaccurate information.” His notes look at Overcoming Bias from a design thinking lense, imagining the impact of bias on his field of design and technology. Read more here.
Sep 20, 2017
On Wednesday September 20th 1 Million Cups will feature, Matthew Shapiro as he recounts his journey starting 6 Wheels Consulting. 6 Wheels provides Disability Awareness, Lobbying Services, Inclusion Consulting and Youth Transitions to the Workplace.
As a person with a disability (PwD), Matthew has spent most of his life motivated to teach those he has met how to better understand the disability community. Through this work it has become his life’s mission to educate others regarding disability related issues.
To learn more about 6 Wheels Consulting, please see:
To see Matthew speak:
September 20, 2017
The Depot Building
814 W. Broad St.
CBS News 19
Sep 12, 2017
The 6.5-hour Responding to Hatred Without Hating: Dialogue Skills for Difficult Times workshop will take place at Unity of Charlottesville on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
It is co-sponsored by the Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville, Unity of Charlottesville, Sojourners and Grace Church at Red Hill.
“Co-sponsoring this program with other nonprofits and faith communities is our response and our contribution to healing the rancor and division of those who see our city and our country as fertile territory for spreading racist ideas,” said Sharon Beckman-Brindley of Insight Meditation Community. “This workshop is about hearing, celebrating inclusiveness and learning practical tools for engaging in constructive and effective discussion with others who may disagree when it comes to race.”
The facilitators will be Dr. David Campt, an author, speaker and teacher in civic engagement and collaborative decision making, and Matthew Freeman, the co-founder of TMI Consulting.
The workshop is open to the public, and there is a sliding scale registration fee of $20 to $80 per person, through which people pay what they feel they can afford,
For more information or to register visit: http://imeditation.org/event-2639856
Aug 15, 2017
CEO of TMI Consulting, Inc. was quoted in a Huffington Post article, following the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, advising on what Americans can do to push back against hatred and bigotry in 2017. Read more
The Journal Times
Aug 5, 2017
United Way’s fourth annual Community Conversations Report-Out Event held July 25 at Paul P. Harris Rotary Park, presented attendees’ concerns, aspirations and solutions related to race, equity and inclusion in Racine County and offered ways to participate in increasing diversity and equity. more…
by Matthew Shapiro
The purpose of this white paper is to take you inside the life of an individual who has a mobility limiting disability. It will allow all individuals to gain an…