Clients

Allyship in Action has provided consulting and facilitation services to the following organizations:

  • Bend 2030
  • Bend Chamber of Commerce
  • Boys & Girls Club of Bend
  • Cascade Youth and Family Services
  • Central Oregon Health Council
  • Children’s Forest of Central Oregon
  • City of Bend
  • Deschutes County District Attorneys’ Office
  • Deschutes National Forest
  • Deschutes Public Library
  • High Desert Museum
  • Hydro Flask
  • Lora DiCarlo
  • Mosaic Medical
  • Ochoco National Forest
  • Oregon Natural Desert Association
  • Redmond Fire Department
  • Restorative Justice & Equity | Better Together
  • St. Charles Healthcare Systems
  • The Environmental Center
  • The Haven
  • Upper Deschutes Watershed Council

This is why we do what we do… straight from our training participants and clients to you:

  • “Allyship in Action has been so amazing to work with! We came in with a pretty complex project and felt so supported through every step. I appreciate your willingness to get ‘in the weeds’ with us, especially through the Listening Session planning. It was great to have the combination of project management support, DEI expertise, and facilitation skills. What an amazing asset and resource to have in Central Oregon!”
  • “Finally! A framework with smart and caring facilitators to MAKE THIS HAPPEN! [Our organization] will become so much more effective as we work through this lifelong process.”
  • “This training seemed to meet me at the right point at where I am at in my journey. All of the content was really helpful for me. I just wish I could sit down with y’all more often!”
  • “I hear a lot of things that I know I need to interrupt, but often don’t feel confident/comfortable actually doing so. Getting some tools, and having a chance to practice doing so, was really helpful!”
  • “I am so appreciative of this group and the critical voice as Central Oregonians that you are lending and leading in this conversation.”
  • “I was nervous, but learned something about myself that I didn’t realize and that I can work on!”