"We are all human. The best way forward for all of us is to look at our humanity together. This change will take time, lots of risk, some anger and some tears. But guess what...it's worth the risk. This won't be perfect and will be plenty messy. So, if we seek perfection, we’ll get in our own way. If we seek perfection others may not be brave enough to take that step forward."
Helping you understand the social determinants of health in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. These circumstances are shaped by the distribution of money, power, and resources at global, national, and local levels. Social determinants of health are responsible for health inequities – the unfair and avoidable differences in health status seen within and between communities, nations, and countries.
Entrenched disparities in our laws and public policy, and in public and private institutions, have often denied equity and inclusion to individuals and communities. We are at a crossroad and face economic, education, and health crises through a worldwide pandemic that have exposed these inequities, and the unbearable human costs of systemic racism.
At the WEBB Advisory Group, we help you develop justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion strategies through the lens of culture, executive compensation, and performance-based outcomes to support your organization to make sustainable change. We help you through this process with the global expertise you need to re-shape your business culture and improve your company's bottom line.
There are hundreds of education initiatives—and an equal number of philanthropic strategies—designed to improve our educational system. How we address the inequities in education is how we fix the problem. We focus on strategies that close achievement gaps and provide funding where funding is really needed.
Many people of color, women, immigrants, people with disabilities, youth, and the LGBTQ+ communities have been denied equal voices and access to fully participate in helping to change the narrative on civic engagement and participation. All too often their voices are silenced in conversations about government and philanthropy, from charitable giving, grantmaking, economic spending to policymaking, we are working to ensure all people have the opportunity to shape and influence the systems and policies that affect their lives.
Our approach to our global challenge’s center around justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. We strive to improve on the competency, compliance, dignity, organizational development, and the equitable and ethical treatment of humanity. We seek sustainable, long-term solutions, including workforce inclusion, economic prosperity, social policy, environmental health, and ethical behavior in a safe, healthy and clean world.