CoachDiversity Institute is the only coach training program in the world whose mission it is to empower diverse communities through coaching. We believe in the transformative power of coaching not only for individuals but for entire communities and the world around us.
Have you ever wanted to become an agent for social change and use your skills to make a positive impact on your community? At Coach Diversity Institute, we’ll arm you with all the tools you’ll need to help you take action.
Are you new to coaching and want to make a difference? Are you already coaching, but aren’t professionally certified? Are you a social worker, counselor, or therapist and curious about incorporating coaching skills into your practice? The CoachDiversity Institute is for you.
We have a vision for a world that no matter your race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, or religion, both you and your community can succeed in life. We believe that coaching is the perfect mechanism to bring about this social change.
Get trained by the best. You’ll learn core coaching competencies and gain hands-on practice through early exposure to real coaching.
We groom leaders and workforces for the future. We cultivate collaboration, open communication, and adaptivity that drive results for your organization.
Be a pioneer. Conversations around diversity in the coaching industry are in its early stages. We strive to create space to talk about diversity in our profession and in our world.
Towanna Burrous Freeman
Dr. Towanna Burrous Freeman is an award-winning author and management consultant based in Washington, DC. As a much sought after executive coach, Towanna helps develop and implement successful corporate leadership, effective team building and the initiation of strategic change. She is a professional coach credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF).+ Read More
Operations Project Manager
Robin Wong is a career coach, musician, and creative problem solver. Prior to joining Coach Diversity Institute, Robin completed a fellowship with the Oberlin College Career Center focused on breaking down the barriers between personal and professional goals. He aims to help people of all ages explore what they want to be when they “grow+ Read More