Crystal White

Strategy Change management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Teambuilding
United States
Crystal White
Crystal Y. White is an organization consultant and facilitator passionate about helping people live out their greatest values. She worked in community-based organizations in the Washington, DC region for 15 years, committed to serving people most impacted by systemic oppression. She co-founded a music and social justice youth organization, Girls Rock! DC; then served on the first formal board of the international Girls Rock Camp Alliance, as the co-chair of the Shifting Power Committee (formerly Diversity & Inclusion). Crystal is co-founder and partner of Co-Lab Consulting, a consulting practice helping organizations align their work with their values and move skillfully through change. She also consults with CoNexus Consulting and is a collaborator with The Septima Project. A first-generation college graduate, Crystal holds an MS in Organization Development and a BA in International Studies, both from American University. She lives in Washington, DC, and Warren, OH, spending her free time meandering through museums and woods. 

Geographic experience

Languages

English

Experience as a coach (formal/Informal)

1-2 years

Experience as a facilitator

5-7 years

UFacilitator stage

Co-Lead

Crystal would be great at collaborating with a Lead facilitator on organizational culture building, change management, team building, and community building type activities.

Sector(s)

Community-based non profits

Strengths

  • Methodologies creatively used: Appreciative Inquiry, World Cafe, SWOT analysis, Visual Explorer (Virtual)
  • Organizational development, strategy planning, change management
  • Great at working on relationship building and trust-building
  • Great at getting a deep understanding of the context of a person and organization

Areas of development and learning

  • Getting into the details of a project and the action planning.

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