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Sharing the Mindset of Success

Empowering underestimated communities with innovative tools, techniques and skills to become sustainable and thrive. 


I am Because We are. We are because I am. We are One.

Our Passion:
Speaking, Training, Consulting, Coaching, Championing

Affordable Housing & Financial Literacy

Working with nonprofit community development staff in all areas from program development and implementation to streamlining systems and processes via technology to training Bootcamps to pass the HUD Housing Counseling Exam.


Working with start-up entrepreneurs in under-resourced communities and/or with the non-profit leaders who assist them, Everyone can learn an Entrepreneurial Mindset. Entrepreneurial Mindset is a way of thinking that enables you to overcome challenges. It is a constant need to improve your skills, learn from your mistakes, and take continuous action on your ideas. The education and coaching is based on the fundamentals shared in the inspiring real-life story of Clifton Taulbert and the lessons he learned from his Uncle Cleve – a black man in Jim Crow Mississippi – to explore eight life lessons from this unlikely entrepreneur. This program is designed to be a practicuum.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Diversity counts who is seated at the table. Equity requires preliminary work to identify imbalances, loopholes, or unequal starting places. Inclusion is about participation which occurs when diverse populations are involved in decision-making that impacts the policies and practices of the organization. Belonging is when intentional effort is made to ensure all communities feel welcomed. This happens when leadership wholeheartedly supports efforts of inclusion in their relationships, conversations, physical space, actions and written word. 

Leigh's trustworthy behavior, work ethic and customer orientation set her apart from most of her competition as a Mortgage Professional and as I continue to see those same traits displayed today. I heartily recommend Leigh's services."

Scott Korbin, National Institute of Financial Education


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