Reflect and grow in your understanding of biases, policies, and structure that disadvantage BIPOC.


The Race Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) assessment is adapted from several surveys measuring proxies of race-based discrimination, diversity, equity, and inclusion in work settings. The results of the assessment are communicated across a continuum of 1-5, and consider the following organizational areas:

Overall Work Environment  //  Diversity and Equity in the Workplace  //  Leadership Dynamics  //  Individual Experiences at Work  //  Culture of Equity and Inclusion  //  Equity-Focused Leadership

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This assessment is tailored to the following types of organizations: corporate, non-profit and churches. It can be used to establish a baseline understanding of an organizations' position along a continuum of equity and inclusion.

Want to dig even deeper, and take a look at organizational and individual intercultural competence?

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) 

The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) assesses intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities. 


This assessment provides valuable information about your mindset and helps us gain valuable insights about how we engage cultural differences by reflecting on both past and current cross-cultural events or situations you have been or are involved in. Your IDI profile results can help you increase your own cultural self-and other-understanding around such differences and commonalities.

Collaboration - Claire Cox-Woodlief

Claire is a dear friend and mentor of mine. About four years ago, Claire and I connected through mutual friends. What connected us, was our desire to work alongside churches that are focused on racial healing work. Our friendship blossomed into a partnership that includes spiritual retreat and direction, as well as church events focused on increasing the awareness of America’s racial history and present in predominantly White churches. 

Claire Cox-Woodlief believes that to grow closer to God, we must grow closer to one another. We are called to the life-long work of self-reflection and discovery and our collective lives will be enriched as we build honest and trustworthy relationships with people from other cultures.  We are called to cultural humility and ALL of God’s people will benefit as we live into the beloved community.

Qualified IDI Administrator

Claire and I share this belief: as people of faith we are also called to be people of peace and justice and to be active in the ministry of reconciliation. Claire has helped churches, organizations and individuals in this work of self discovery, growth and reconciliation. We built a natural partnership, bringing together Claire’s passion and experience working with faith communities and my passion for racial equity dialogue in church-places. While our primary focus of work together is in faith communities and non-profits, we believe this work is meant for everyone to experience!