A monthly discussion for executives shaping the future of work

Equity and inclusion are becoming a part of every strategic conversation. Our clients are navigating the complexity of how to tackle equity work and are looking for ways to operationalize the next step.


Share solutions to DEI challenges:

  • Attract and retain diverse talent
  • Prioritize equity work with limited resources
  • Design for inclusion in a hybrid workplace
  • Demonstrate equity through meaningful actions
  • Enable mid-level managers

Let's come together to share ideas, questions, observations, and community.

That's why we have created the Equity + roundtable: a safe, inspiring, and informal space for leaders struggling with similar challenges from the top of the house.

What you can expect

This fast-paced hour is designed to help you think through your complex challenges, gain valuable insights from your peers, and move forward with fresh ideas—all within a community of like-minded powerhouse DEI business leaders.

Facilitated by August’s Org Design and Equity and Inclusion Leads and attended by innovative leaders from large, fast-growing, and complex organizations across sectors (including Fortune 500 companies), the Equity + Roundtable promises to be interactive, intentional, and inspiring. We'd love to have your voice in the room. RSVP here to hold your spot.

Your Hosts

Tirzah Enumah is a mission-driven leader, thoughtful advisor, and experienced facilitator who has led work on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the public and nonprofit education sectors for over a decade. At August, Tirzah helps organizations and teams center equity, foster belonging, and amplify their impact to make our world better.

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Tirzah Enumah

Alexis Gonzales-Black is an organization design and change expert and author. A Zappos and IDEO alum, she has worked with some of the world's most beloved organizations to design and implement complex change programs. Her favorite August Team Value is Joy, even at the expense of being taken seriously.

Alexis Gonzales-Black