Are you afraid to speak up in a group? Do you wish you had more confidence? Do you present well, but deep down are terrified people will find out the truth about you?
Then you've come to the right place.
Wendy grew-up, as a Korean-American. When she was eleven in Mrs. Iwase's math class, she raised her hand and was excited to learn and participate. After class, a classmate came up to her and said: "Wendy, you're such a showoff." Wendy decided at that point that she had to play small, go with the flow and not make waves to be accepted in her community and culture. In Wendy's book, Beyond Blending In: An Immigrant Daughter's Guide to Overcoming Cultural Obstacles for A Life of Abundance and Authenticity, she talks about her journey of overcoming cultural challenges and embracing cultural advantages. Wendy's passion is to empower other Asian-Americans to see themselves as the valuable contribution they are to the world and to stop playing small.
Hi, I'm Wendy. I'm a leadership development trainer and coach for people from underrepresented groups, international best-selling author, speaker and Certified Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Professional. I work with leading-edge companies who want to bring out the best in their people, so all can be seen and heard.
One on one coaching
We offer one on one coaching to clarify your vision, breakthrough your obstacles and provide the process, accountability and support to make it happen.
We provide group support and coaching, where you can feel understood, safe and empowered with other women of color who understand where you're coming from and what you're dealing with.
Wendy is committed empowering groups to go Beyond Blending In. Her keynote talk is about how (as a bi-racial person) she went from constantly trying to assimilate and blend in to owning her uniqueness and using it to make a difference.
We offer training to groups on diversity and inclusion, leadership, communication, team-building, collaboration and building a powerful mindset.
"We must reject not only the stereotypes others hold of us, but also those we hold of ourselves."