Lindsey T. H. Jackson

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Serving in the Role of CEO at LTHJ Lindsey T. H. Jackson, is a North American based leader serving humans around the world. Serving in the role of CEO at […]

My Process of Unlearning

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An inside peek into working with LTHJ Global. It is refreshing and exciting to be a part of a company that is looking to normalize diversity and create space to help other companies step up to the plate in the area of DEI.

DEI for Small Business & Nonprofit Employee Retention

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Small businesses often face challenges in trying to “piece together” a DEI initiative which often places additional work on employees that are already wearing several hats. In order to avoid burnout, the best practice is to outsource this work to a company, such as LTHJ Global, that specializes in working with organizations to gather data, conducting strategic planning and performing the next steps to move forward doing “the work” of DEI.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Nonprofits

Photo depicts a small team of nonprofit volunteers and beneficiaries positioned for a photo in front of a van that carries boxes that say "AID" and "FOOD." They wear gentle, open smiles, and appear to be a millennial Asian man and woman wearing 'Volunteer' shirts, a millennial White woman and an older gentleman of indeterminate race with pale skin sitting in a wheelchair. There is gentle sunlight that casts shadows across the scene.

Nonprofit organizations have a unique history filled with a “calling” to provide aid to those suffering. While this is commendable work, there is usually strife within these agencies due to top-heavy leadership, inconsistent pay scales and a lack of upward mobility. While the premise for providing help has not changed, today’s nonprofits are seeking to become change agents and learn to navigate the barriers that create challenges for them internally aligning with their core values.

Gender Interrogation is for Everyone

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When we think about gender interrogation we usually reserve the practice for transgender, genderqueer and gender-diverse persons. Exploring gender is frequently associated with queering oneself or their identity, but there are many benefits to everyone, including cisgender persons.

How to Ask for HELP at Work? | Dear Lisa

A White man in a pink shirt buries his face in his hands, wearing a pink sweater and pushing his glasses up onto his forehead.

“Dear Lisa: How do I stop trying to do everything myself and ask for HELP at work? I’m overwhelmed and know I could probably find things to delegate or outsource, but I don’t know where to begin.”