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Welcome to the Authentic Allyship Workshop

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Right now, the world as you've chosen to see it has changed.

Current uprisings (in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic no less) have brought racial disparities, injustices against the Black community, and flaws in our current systems to the forefront. In the midst of this uncertainty, hope, fear, and change, each of us has to decide how we will show up.

What have you decided?

What's inside

    1. Setting the stage

    1. How to recognize all the noise you're listening to

    1. How to recognize your lane and stay in it

    2. Bonus Reading: Mapping Our Roles in a Social Change Ecosystem

    1. How to identify your "why" and level of commitment

    2. Bonus Reading: Sara Ahmed: Notes from a Feminist Killjoy

    1. How to recognize that this journey will be bittersweet

    2. Bonus Reading: Feminist Killjoys (And Other Willful Subjects) by Sara Ahmed

    1. How to identify your non-negotiables and boundaries

About this course

  • $97.00
  • 11 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

Read what they had to say

Take a look at some feedback from the first few rounds of this workshop

5 star rating

Strongly recommend!

Ryann Summers

I strongly recommend Diana's Authentic Allyship Workshop. Not only were the two hours thought-provoking and inspiring, but so much of the value has been in the reflection afterwards. She opens up the door to so many important and personal question...

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I strongly recommend Diana's Authentic Allyship Workshop. Not only were the two hours thought-provoking and inspiring, but so much of the value has been in the reflection afterwards. She opens up the door to so many important and personal questions that I'll be exploring on my own, and with friends, family, and other people in my community over time. I am so grateful to Diana for her expertise, leadership, and compassion. Don't miss this workshop!

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Diana Morris

Clarity Coach

Diana Morris is a clarity coach, speaker, and writer committed to helping people make the most of the life they have been gifted. Before dedicating her work full-time to coaching and speaking, Diana earned her M.Ed. from Vanderbilt University and her B.A. from Boston College and spent nearly a decade as an administrator at top institutions including Vanderbilt and Tulane University. Through her signature Define, Align, Decide framework, 1:1 programs, workshops, presentations, & online courses, Diana has guided hundreds of clients and students to find the clarity and certainty they need to create fulfillment in all areas of their life including work, home, and their relationships with themselves and others. Her specialty lies in providing high-impact, thought-provoking questions that leave room for individuals to find the answers that move them closer towards the version of themselves that is real and true, regardless of the external and self-imposed pressures and expectations they may face. Diana’s coaching style has been described as Oprah meets Iyanla Vanzant which she finds most flattering and her expertise has earned her opportunities to partner with universities and organizations across the country. For more information about Diana and her work, visit

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is this course for?

    This course is for you if you've done all the "obvious" checklist items (e.g., added books by Black authors and/or about Black people to your reading list; updated your Netflix queue with all the "important" films and documentaries; posted your black square on Instagram with #blackouttuesday (and maybe even a brown fist emoji) to signal your support; scrolled through your phone to text Black colleagues, friends, and associates to see how they're doing) and now you're wondering what can (and should) you—a regular, everyday person—do moving forward. This course shows you the answer to your question of "what now?"

  • Who is this course not for?

    This course isn't for you if you're looking to learn any specific terminology or history related to the work and world of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Rather than a foundational course, this is an opportunity to begin integrating what you are learning into your day-to-day life so you can become the person you say you want to be.

  • What can I expect from this course?

    You can expect a space to really process everything you've seen, read, and learned these last few months, to learn exactly where to focus your time and energy so that your commitment to anti-racism becomes part of your everyday life, and to gain strategies and tools to have these conversations with people in your life who may not "get it" yet.

  • Will I have access to Diana outside of the course?

    If you would like additional, personalized support, check out the Work 1:1 link at the bottom of this page to learn about you options.

  • Is this available for my office or company?

    Absolutely! This content can be used as-is for individuals and can also be customized to fit your team, industry, and office/company's needs. Contact Diana at for more information.

  • What if I have a question that's not addressed here?

    Reach out to for additional assistance.