Diane Goodman, Ed.D. is a white woman who has been addressing issues of diversity and social justice for over 25 years as a trainer, consultant, facilitator, professor, speaker, author, and activist . Her extensive and varied background enables her to bring a range of skills and perspectives to meet the needs of her clients. Diane trains and consults nationally and internationally and has taught at several Universities.
She has worked with numerous organizations, non-profit agencies, community groups, schools and Universities to create environments that allow all people to feel valued, to be treated fairly, and to work together productively. Diane has also designed, led, and trained trainers for intergroup dialogues in community and academic contexts. Recently, she has been facilitating groups for community members to explore race, racism and whiteness. S
She is the author of the book, Promoting Diversity and Social Justice: Educating People from Privileged Groups (2nd ed., 2011), contributor to the book, Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories, and co-editor of and contributor to Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice (3rd ed., 2016) and other publications. She was also a consultant on the documentary “White People” (2015) created by Jose Antonio Vargas and MTV as part of their “Look Different” Campaign.
Diane’s website is www.dianegoodman.com.