Founded by Glenn E. Singleton in 1992, Pacific Educational Group is committed to achieving racial equity in the U.S. and beyond. We engage in sustained partnerships featuring training, coaching and consulting with organizations to transform beliefs, behaviors, and results so people of all races can achieve at their highest levels and live their most empowered and powerful lives.
COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION™ is our award-winning protocol for effectively engaging, sustaining and deepening interracial dialogue. Through our Framework for Systemic Racial Equity Transformation, PEG is dedicated to helping individuals and organizations address persistent racial disparities intentionally, explicitly, and comprehensively.
Why Examine and Address Race? Race matters—in our nation and around the world. It is critical that we address racial issues in order to uncover personal and institutional biases that prevent all people, and especially people of color, from reaching their fullest potential. COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION™ serves as the essential strategy for systems and organizations to address racial disparities through safe, authentic, and effective cross-racial dialogue.
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Gabriel Joshua Gima
PACIFIC EDUCATIONAL GROUP
Pacific Educational Group is a consulting firm committed to forging racial equity. Over its 25-year history, its mission has expanded from its original focus on transforming PreK-12 education and the United States. A broader scope of work now addresses race in higher education, corporations, non-profits, and law enforcement in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, as well.
We believe systemic racism is the most devastating factor contributing to the diminished capacity of all people, and especially people of color and indigenous people, to achieve at the highest levels. It fractures our communities and erodes the support and nourishment we would otherwise receive from them. We cannot hope to eliminate the racially predictable outcomes of our lives unless we first discuss race and racism in a way that is earnest, honest, and sustainable.
To that end, we have developed Courageous Conversation™, a process to understand and discuss race explicitly. Hundreds of thousands of people have learned The Courageous Conversation About Race Protocol ™ from Pacific Educational Group’s diverse and dynamic staff. These representatives of various professions, regions, and life experiences work together to design curriculum, facilitate seminars, and coach leaders to use Courageous Conversation ™ in their personal and professional lives.
- University of Pennsylvania, B.A., Communications
- Stanford University, M.A., Education: Administration & Policy Analysis
- University of Colorado-Boulder, B.A., English
- University of Colorado-Denver, M.A., Administration, Curriculum and Supervision
- San Francisco State University – BA in Social Science & Ethnic Studies
- San Francisco State University – Standard Elementary Credential
- San Francisco State University – MA in Educational Leadership
- University of Minnesota, B.A., Spanish with a Minor in Latin American Studies
- University of Minnesota, M.A., Second Languages and Cultures
- University of Minnesota, Certificate in PK-12 Educational Administration
- Superintendent Licensure, Minnesota State University, Mankato
- NTL (Crystal City, VA) Diversity, Inclusion & Social Justice T-Group Certification
- NTL (Washington, D.C.) Diversity Practitioner Certification Program
- SHRM (Jacksonville, FL) Diversity Awareness Certification
- Georgia State University, BA (Atlanta, GA), Broadcast Journalism
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- Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker Associate, LSWAIC, State of Washington
- University of Colorado-Boulder, B.S., School of Journalism
- Metropolitan State University of Denver, B.S., Criminology/Criminal Justice
- Stanford University, Classical Studies
- California State University-East Bay, B.S., Kinesiology
- Macalester College, B.A., Sociology
- Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, M.A. Education
University of Minnesota, B.S. Elementary Education & Spanish
- B.S., Biology & Elementary Education, Colorado-State University-Pueblo
- M.A. Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, University of Northern Colorado
- Marygrove College, Detroit, Michigan, BFA in Dance Performance with a Group Minor in Theater, Music and Art
- Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, MAT in English Education, Certification 7-12 English, K-12 Dance
- National Louis University, Evanston, Illinois, C.A.S. in Educational Leadership, Certification, General Administration
- B.A. in African-American Studies, Columbia University
- M.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Teachers College, Columbia University
- Wesleyan University, B.A., Latin American Studies
- Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Ed.M., Teacher Education
- The Graduate Center: City University of New York, Ph.D., Urban Education
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- The University of Chicago, M.A., Social Sciences
- Brandeis University, M.Phil., Sociology
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- B.A., Business Management, Texas State University
- MBA, St. Edward’s University
- Professional in Human Resources, Human Resources Certification Institute
- San Jose State University, B.A., Psychology
- B.A., Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida
- M.Ed, Educational Leadership, West Georgia College, Carrollton, Georgia
- BS in Finance, University of Maryland, College Park
- MAT Elementary Education Trinity University, Washington, D.C.
- University of California-Santa Cruz, B.A., Sociology