Our Team

Breeze.Harper.RT.1Dr. Amie “Breeze” Harper. Founder and Senior Diversity Analyst and Strategist. 

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Dr. Harper holds a Masters in Educational Technologies from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in the social sciences from UC Davis (with an emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusion). Dr. Harper has a breadth of experience providing training and advising on diversity, organizational development, community engagement practices and organizational strategy for a range of social justice, food justice, and philanthropic organizations.

Dr. Harper is also on retainer as a critical race and gender studies expert for legal cases that deal with racism, sexism and other forms of injustice and discrimination. In legal matters, she has worked with clients such as The Revelatory Center for Arts & The Law in Berkeley CA to help win settlements for racial and gender workplace discrimination cases.


01Elise-AymerElise Aymer. Co-Founder and Principal. 

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Elise Aymer has a background in strategic marketing and information technology. She has worked as a software project manager and as an account manager at interactive marketing firms, where she oversaw electronic marketing campaigns and helped create strategies for companies including Verizon, Citibank and Calvin Klein.

With EN Consulting she has provided strategic planning, facilitation and community engagement services to public and private sector clients.

An independent Internet and marketing consultant, for several years, she specialized in website design, branding, social media management and in helping small businesses and individuals to position and promote themselves through the use of traditional and digital media.

Ms. Aymer has a B.A from Yale University.


Laurel Kennedy. Administrative Assistant. 

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Laurel Kennedy is an initial point of contact at Critical Diversity Solutions and supports the team through a variety of administrative tasks. She is passionate about social justice, political engagement and intersectional anti-racism.

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