I offer workshops and plenaries on anti-racism, panelist discussions on bias, advice on policy solutions you can implement today. I also consult on Black history, immigration policy, diversity in STEM.
Rachel Decoste has over 2 decades of proven experience in various fields of activity: tech, teaching, travel, publishing and politics, including the 2008 & 2012 Obama campaigns.
Rachel Decoste has appeared on CTV News, CBC Newsworld, CBC The National, RDI's 24/60, Voice of America to discuss issues related to race, immigration, diversity.
Over 150 op-eds published in the Huffington Post, Metro newspaper, The Ottawa Citizen, Calgary Herald, Le Droit in both French and English.
Rachel Decoste has been a frequent resource for Black Canadian history as it relates to its military, immigration, judiciary realms. Also knowledgeable in Caribbean and African history.
Rachel Decoste was the sole Black female in her Computer Science graduating class. Years later, she was the National Director of the Washington DC-based Congressional App Challenge.
Rachel Decoste has been cited in numerous academic publications, and quoted in news print such as The Washington Post and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Rachel Decoste purchased a DNA test, then used the results as a blueprint for a 6-month odyssey to her ancestral lands. This is the premise for an audiobook published in 2021.
Rachel Decoste works with non-profits to write grants, design program monitoring tools and perform evaluation instruments.
Contact Rachel Decoste for a consultation today.