Every World Trust workshop and keynote speech is customized to address the specific issues, needs and aspirations of every organization we work with. All of them share a common approach and a common goal.
Our approach includes designing programs that leverage the power of film and dialogue to educate minds and open hearts. They are designed to tap into the deep human connection we all share to catalyze critical thinking, self-inquiry, transformative learning, healing, and change.
CREATING A FUTURE (AND PRESENT) OF EQUITY
ADDRESSING UNCONSCIOUS BIAS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION/
USING RESTORATIVE PRACTICES TO CHANGE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND STRENGTHEN YOUR ORGANIZATION
MEET OUR FACILITATORS
The soul of our organization and the cultural changemakers of an equitable future.
Ericka has supported thousands of people in dialogues around human rights, whole child education, family reunification, restorative justice and spiritual practice in activism and social change.
Energetic and enthusiastic, Eric holds a degree from Stanford University, and creatively engages people to support the formation of new, equitable practices and culture that welcome everyone – unconditionally.
Shakti Butler, PHD
Shakti Butler, PhD, is Founder and President of World Trust Educational Services. Shakti is an inspirational facilitator, trainer and lecturer who is sought after by schools, universities, public and private organizations, and faith-based institutions.
Amer F. Ahmed
Dr. Amer F. Ahmed is an organizational strategist who helps institutions and leaders address diversity and inclusion, equity, race, and intercultural development through consulting, coaching, group facilitation, and keynote speeches.
Amikaeyla Gaston is a force for change. She creates environments that support people in exploring themselves and uses creativity and strategic questioning to support people in addressing their fears, developing a place where everyone has an equal voice.
Sherri Taylor, Psy.D. (she/they/femme) is a contemplative, teacher, scholar,
consultant, and facilitator. She completed her undergraduate education in Feminist
Studies at Stanford University and earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in Clinical
Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California.