"It was such a treat to have BAC come into the office to teach us a writing workshop! After some introductions and a reading of a poem to get us all warmed up, my colleagues and I were presented with a writing prompt on an experience we've had where we felt embarrassed. I've worked with many of my colleagues for a while without actually knowing very much about them - this workshop gave us the opportunity to share a bit of vulnerability with each other without being awkward. Patrick, Jason and Dre did a great job of creating a 'safe space' where a lot of us actually did feel comfortable sharing what we wrote at the end of the workshop. I don't think I'm a very good writer, but this was actually fun and fulfilling. Thank you, BAC!" - Carrie M., The Princeton Review
How Culture Crossroads Works

We offer two packages of cultural sensitivity workshops and trainings:

On site sessions to be conducted at the beginning, middle or end of the workday in relaxed or rigorous formats spanning one hour, a half day or a full day.

Off site sessions at cultural enclaves in San Francisco and Oakland. These sessions each span 2 hours and take place in single, double and triple visit sessions. At the culmination of double and triple visit sessions we provide a spoken word performance event and a certificate of completion for cultural sensitivity training.

After assessment of your company's basic needs through a free consultation we tailor each workshop to your central focus. Workshops and cultural sensitivity sessions are led by two to four facilitators who are nationally ranked published and touring professional artists hailing from diverse cultural backgrounds with experience in various company cultures.

Bios for facilitators:

Jason Bayani

Jenna Robinson

Patrick Ohslund

Nazelah Jamison

Michael Ting

Amber Flame

Please find our client intake form and information for booking here

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