Ay Spivey

Ay Spivey facilitates conversations and action planning for organizations,
communities and individuals around inclusion, equity and power frameworks.

equity. Action. liberation.

 

About

Ashlei has spent her career working in various nonprofit sector roles including workforce development, college access and organizational development. She has a passion for helping her community and challenging injustice.

She launched her brand in response to opportunities in the community around decentralizing power. There is a fundamental need to be intentional and purposeful about equity and power; and how those two principals combined intersect and influence individual behavior, collective groups & social systems.

 

Lisa Spivey Legacy Scholarship

My mother Lisa Spivey, is the inspiration and motivation behind my work. She was the kindest person I have ever met, always leaving an imprint on everyone she met. In her memory, a scholarship was created to honor her approach to seeing the richness and potential in all people. This scholarship supports Blackburn seniors in their post high school education journey, whatever that looks like. We know who gets disregarded, and this scholarship affirms that we believe in our youth and will invest in their success. Click the link below to learn more and to give your tax deductible donation to this scholarship.

 

Services

GUEST SPEAKER

Ashlei is available for Keynote speaking engagements as well as leading and facilitating break out sessions and/or conferences. 

 

LIBERATION WORKSHOPS

This service is provided to organizations and individuals on topics like bias, privilege, systems of inequity, racism, power, etc. Each workshop is tailored to the specific goal of the group/person and where they are in their liberation journey and where they want to be. 

 

TALENT & CULTURE STRATEGIC PLANNING

This service is for organizations that want to build equitable practices into their people systems including talent recruitment and retention and culture development. 

 
 
Without community,
there is no liberation
— Audre Lorde
 
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