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Our Team

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Tip Fallon


Tip Fallon partners with leaders and teams to create effective and equitable organizations. He became interested in leadership and creating inclusive cultures at a young age, growing up in an area that had substantive racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity, and as the son of an immigrant in a multiracial family. Coming from a predominantly working-class neighborhood, he also saw the impact any leader can have at all levels of society and particularly the effects leaders have on those who are most marginalized. These life experiences inform his philosophy that good leadership is equitable leadership. 

Tip has worked with dozens of organizations ranging from community based nonprofits to organizations with international reach including the Federal Aviation Administration, Annie E. Casey Foundation, and The Nature Conservancy. He has taught as an adjunct faculty member for ten years in Organization Development and DEI programs at American University and Georgetown University. He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.), Organization Development (M.S.), and is a Certified Professional Diversity Coach (CPDC).

Stephen Graves

Principal Consultant

Born in Greenwood, South Carolina to a pair of faith-driven educators, the values of service and lifelong learning were instilled in Stephen from an early age.


These values, coupled with spiritual lessons from an upbringing in the Black Baptist church, shaped Stephen’s social consciousness for understanding the inherent worth every person has in life and addressing the historical and present injustices inhibiting people from fully realizing their worth.


With this awareness, Stephen pursued a mission-driven path, ensuring people have a sense of respect, dignity, and belonging to live and thrive in a multicultural world.


For over a decade, Stephen has consulted and advised leaders and organizations of all sizes and sectors on focus areas such as People & Culture, Leadership & Professional Development, Language Access, Health Equity, and Patient Advocacy.


Stephen earned his Master's in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina. He holds an Executive Certificate in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion from Georgetown University.

Carol Hamilton

Organizational Effectiveness Consultant

Carol Hamilton is an organization effectiveness consultant who helps organizations become more strategic for greater mission impact. She facilitates equity-centered strategic planning and helps organizations build social impact evaluation systems and programs. A strategic thinker, she takes a human centered, appreciative and culturally humble approach in her work.

Carol is also the principal of Grace Social Sector Consulting and host of the Mission: Impact podcast. With more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit and association sectors, Carol has consulted with many organizations including the American Youth Policy Forum, Council on Education for Public Health and the Commission on English Language Accreditation. She graduated from Swarthmore College and has her Masters in Organization Development from American University.


Stephanie Lubin

Senior Consultant

Stephanie Lubin is a cross-disciplinary leader who has worked in the nonprofit, higher education, and corporate sectors as a Diversity, Executive, and Inclusion (DEI) executive, consultant, and thought leader. Drawing from rich personal and professional experiences, this serves as the foundation for her approach to leading organizations on the most effective strategies to address systematic change in the workplace. As a child of immigrants who migrated to the U.S. from Haiti seeking new hope and opportunity, she comes to this space with optimism about what people can achieve together and a deep perspective gained through exposure to ignorance and social injustices that are its enemy. She holds an M.Ed. from Northeastern University, a B.A. in Marketing from Johnson & Wales University, a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Tufts University, and she is a Certified Professional Coach. Her mission is to transform every space she enters through inclusion, equity, and positive social change.


Jillian Hubbard

Senior Consultant

Jillian Hubbard is a consultant specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and organization development.  With over 10 years of experience in consulting, facilitation, and training, she supports organizations and their leaders in creating more equitable, inclusive environments and increasing their effectiveness by empowering their people.  Jillian’s experience spans a range of sectors, including government, nonprofit, corporate, and education.  She has partnered with organizations and leaders to develop company-wide DEI initiatives and has facilitated trainings on anti-racism, unconscious bias, and inclusive leadership.  She has also worked with organizations to implement equitable recruitment and retention initiatives, develop curricula for DEI programming, and develop strategic action plans from DEI and talent diagnostic surveys.

Jillian is qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory, a certified life coach through the Integrative Wellness Academy, and a reviewer for the Organization Development Review journal.  She holds an M.S. in Organization Development from American University as well as a B.A. in Multicultural Studies: Conflict and Cooperation from The George Washington University.  Learn more at

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