inspiring safer spaces for all
Recognizing the team is as strong as its members, we join with you to create equitable spaces equipped to nurture raw talent. Our expert consultant can provide a range of building-considerate assessments--from your outreach to practices and programs. Assistance may be one-time or ongoing.
Supporting the social/emotional and academic health of young people, Me-Time is designed to enhance achievement & self-advocacy skillset of students and families to dismantle "perception gaps" standing to thwart student success.
We have comprehensive knowledge of the education and legal systems of Virginia. We rely on our fundamental understanding of these systems to yield better outcomes for those who are directly impacted.
Tosha Woodard is mom to five, wife of an educator, law graduate and advocate committed to dismantling "perception & opportunities gaps". She attended North Carolina Central University majoring in Political Science and Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
Prioritizing child-centered processes, Mrs. Woodard uses both professional and personal expertise to secure environments that cultivate intellectual curiosity. She takes a distinctive yet proven approach in reaching excellence by incorporating underutilized tools, & authentic interactions--all while celebrating the atypical journey.
Loudoun Diversity Council has been successful due to an exceptional team of parents committed to its vision! It is with humility, love and gratitude that we thank Carla Anderson, Anurag & Komal Dwivedi, Lurcretia & Michael Mattar, and Byron Woodard for their devotion and countless hours of planning and service