Multicultural Consulting Services
MCS provides training designed to facilitate positive interaction, reduce cultural misconceptions, and help individuals from different backgrounds explore ways of how to work together effectively in a global world. MCS’s trainings are aimed at assisting participants gain cultural awareness in order to benefit the organization, community, or company.
Understanding the complexity of culture…is where we excel.
Equity, inclusion, and diversity are the cornerstones of sustainable organizations and a community…that is our belief.
Sharing insights and experiences on inclusion, justice, and diversity with socially conscious organizations and their leaders…is our work.
Meeting organizations where they are to jointly build strategies that best serve their needs…is our approach.
Empowering organizations to consciously make positive change…is our goal.
Lu Rocha, has been an advocate for survivors and victims of gender-based violence for over 20 years. She has a Master of Social Work degree from the Jane Addams School of Social Work, at University of Illinois at Chicago, with a focus in mental health and a Master of Arts degree from De Paul University, with a focus in violence against women.
Amy currently works as the Executive Director of Chicago Volunteer Doulas as being a private full spectrum doula, Birthing from Within mentor, and non-profit trainer and consultant. She has been a front line direct service provider, volunteer coordinator, and training facilitator, program manager as well as a development director.
Swapna received her Bachelors’ Degree from Bradley University in Management Information Systems. Her career in corporate America ranged from business analyst to project manager, in a span of eight years. After a successful career in business, she decided to pursue a Master of Social Work so she could provide services to vulnerable individuals and fight for social justice.
Susie graduated from University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration in 2011. Over the past decade, Susie has advocated for survivors of interpersonal violence (domestic and sexual violence) by providing survivor-based services, and educating professionals and community members about the magnitude of the violence.
Aysha has experience in working with litigation attorneys; has served as s a program document analyst for several non-profit organizations; supervised court ordered visitations; and was as a shelter advocate and a transitional housing coordinator. Aysha is currently pursuing a sociology degree with a concentration in social justice.
Sabrina is the former Senior Training Coordinator at the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women Network. Prior to her position with the Network, Ms. Hampton worked thirteen years in the domestic violence field as a counselor, advocate and community organizer.
Mladenka Totonchi has a Master of Social Work from the Jane Addams School of Social Work, with a focus in mental health. For years, she has been dedicated to improving the lives of refugees, immigrants, and members of other vulnerable communities, as well as, advocate for underpaid exploited workers.
Need more details? Contact us
We are here to assist. Contact us by phone, email or via our Social Media channels.