diversity is our norm
Laura Kaye Chamberlain
Director of Buzz & Hype. Cannot help themselves from regularly bursting into song.
Fractional CFO. She brings us straight-up truth, belly laughs, and interior decorating inspiration.
Robin force counts
Anti-Oppression Curriculum Developer. Ask her if you need a book recommendation… or 100.
Workshops Leader and Curriculum Designer. Last spotted at your local Comic-Con.
UX/UI Design for Sojourn. Brilliantly translates for both techies and creatives. Finley’s Mom.
At LTHJ Global, Inc. our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice goes well beyond this page. It is a deeply woven and integral aspect of how we work together, how we partner alongside our clients, vendors, and partners, and how we participate within community.
The mission at LTHJ Global is to break down real or perceived barriers to reaching our highest potential as individuals and as a society. This mission encompasses how we think about unearthing, unlearning, and reimagining a context for working and living outside of the constructs of racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, classism, religious imperialism, jingoism, colonialism, sexism, and other oppressive culture norms.
Through the intersections of our diverse identities we all practice a deepening awareness of our various agent and target rank status and how that impacts our relationship to social structures and systems that also show up within our workplace and personal relationships. At LTHJ Global we do not avoid discomfort with discussing these varied experiences, naming harm when it is done – intentionally or unintentionally – and working toward restoration. We consider this to be a normal and expected part of doing business and being within community.
Determination for individual and social growth and progress
Grace to fail forward enabling learning in ourselves and others
Creativity to authentically express oneself, identity & ideas
Flexibility to be in relationship with another instead of fighting against
Ownership to practice responsibility to self and others