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We are a diversity resource

providing programs and initiatives that engage, support and develop diverse populations i.e. multicultural women, African-Americans and millennials. Our core competency is training and development.


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what do we

stand for?

We view individuals for the unique differences they bring to the world and provide opportunities that allow those from diverse populations an equal opportunity to thrive.

What do

we do?

We develop programs and initiatives to engage, support, train, and develop diverse consumers, workforce, and suppliers.

why do we

do it?

Most businesses are fundamentally good with a belief in fair and equitable dealings but may not have adequate resources for diverse consumers, workforce and suppliers. We are the experts to help you do better, be better and increase share.

“Companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians.”

- McKinsey & Company 2015

“Companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15 percent more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians.”

- McKinsey & Company 2015

What do we

really do?

We design and deliver programs/initiatives to solve the following problems among diverse consumers, workforce and suppliers:

  • 1. Losing diverse talent to the competition
  • 2. Losing diverse market share
  • 3. Losing millennial talent
  • 4. Harassment complaints and lawsuits
  • 5. Workforce doesn’t match your consumers
  • 6. Not enough diverse suppliers
  • 7. Brand getting criticism for lack of diversity
  • 8. Low moral, engagement and loss of productivity
  • 9. Disappointing employee satisfaction surveys
  • 10. High turnover/low retention of workforce
Big Businesses
  • Multi-cultural marketing
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Supplier diversity
  • Consumer engagement
  • Corporate responsibility
  • Community affairs
  • Conference producer
  • Conference speaker
  • Executive coaching
  • Brand ambassador
Small Businesses
  • Staff development
  • Leadership retreat/training
  • Program development
  • Career/leadership coaching
  • Conference/event speaker
  • Supplier diversity/Supplier readiness
  • Conference workshop/keynote
  • Program development for MWBEs
  • Business coaching for MWBEs
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Dee C. Marshall is…

a Wall Street alumni; a former corporate executive and leadership trainer for Fortune 500 companies to include Merrill Lynch, Prudential Securities, Moody’s Investor Services, Johnson & Johnson and The New York Times.

a survivor and go-to on career transitions and reinvention; not only has Dee endured many corporate restructures, she made it down 33 flights of stairs on September 11th after witnessing plane number 2 crashing into the WTC.

an Award Winning Business Owner. In 2017 she won the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners.

a Policy influencer. In 2016 invited to take part of Google’s Next Gen Policy Influencers Inaugural Cohort, which is a small group of hand-selected influencers who champion social justice and tech policy and invited back for the 2017 class.

a Capitol Hill go-to for women leaders; women members of Congress call on Dee to co-convene women’s’ initiatives, strategic planning on mobilization of women, gathering local women leaders and whenever they need a young fresh perspective on connecting with women.

a respected authority for high-ranking, high-profile, high-level women; Dee coached the First Lady of the Bermuda and was later called on by the Premier of Bermuda to work with the top women leaders of the country in addition to a client roster that includes women in corporate, FBI, NCIS, Ministry and those with titles Chief Judge and Mayor.

a genius in mobilizing women and leveraging new media; Dee established a community service movement in the height of the recession leveraging social media to grow to a network of over 100k women now with presence in three countries and over 25 US markets.

a connector with a golden contacts; networked from power centers like Wall Street to The Obama White House and industry and media, Dee is internationally known and respected as a mover and shaker who shares her network.

a subject matter expert on women’s success and a media contributor for Essence Magazine. Dee is a motivator and powerful speaker known all over the county and on the speaker circuit at women’s conferences and industry conferences.

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Antoinette Minor


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Danielle Dickens, PhD


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Who do we

work with?

Our clients range from private sector Fortune 100 corporations to public sector local and federal government. Our expertise is largely in diversity and corporate supplier diversity.

AmwayAT&TCoca ColaEnterprise HoldingsFord Motor CompanyPrudentialRWJBarnabas HealthState Farm InsuranceSubaruWorking Mother Media
  • Prudential
  • AXA Advisors
  • Amway
  • State Farm
  • Coke
  • ADP
  • Celgene
  • Enterprise Holdings
  • Rutgers Medical School
  • RWJBarnabas Health
  • Congressional Black Caucus
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Small Business Development Center
  • Ford Motor
  • Subaru
  • Diversity Woman Conference
  • Working Mother Multi-Cultural Conference
  • Global Auto & Energy Summit
  • Annual Legislative Conference
  • National Urban League Conference
  • National Association of African American Physicians
  • National Association of Black Accountants


Leading Women Entreprenurs

July 18, 2017

Diversity Best Practices: Dee C. Marshall CEO Diverse and Engaged re-writes the program for Multicultural Women’s Conference ~*~*~*~

November 17, 2017

Inside NJ: Dee C. Marshall named to Governor Elect Phil Murphy’s Transition Team for Stronger and Fairer Economy ~*~*~*~

May 27, 2017

NJBIZ: Dee C. Marshall Named 2017 Leading Women Entrepreneurs ~*~*~*~

January 25, 2018

The Network Journal: Dee C. Marshall named 2018 Top Influential Black Women ~*~*~*~

May 30, 2017

The Positive Community Magazine: Dee C. Marshall Disrupts the empowerment space delivering the first empowerment event for men of color in the Garden the State ~*~*~*~

February 27, 2017

Black Enterprise Magazine: Dee C. Marshall Networking Your Way to Success ~*~*~*~