Dr. Shindale Seale is a diversity strategist and leadership and performance optimization coach who helps entrepreneurs, corporate and academic stakeholders, and Diversity & Inclusion professionals identify and reach their organizational culture and diversity goals.
For over two decades, Dr. Seale served in various leadership and training roles and sectors including the corporate environment, academia, and the non-profit arena. Her work has focused on business performance optimization, staff development, and creating sustainable and equitable working environments. Her research on creating equitable solutions in gender, race, age, and ability matters has led to her being a sought-after subject matter expert and speaker.
Through her diversity strategy company, SEADE Coaching & Consulting LLC (SEADECC), Dr. Seale creates access for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Women, People with Disabilities, Older Workers, LGBTQ members, and Religious Minorities in corporate and academic environments. SEADECC does this by crafting customized Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion strategies that transform workplaces and learning institutions into hospitable and inclusive environments and by providing ongoing Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion education for all levels of the workforce in on-ground or virtual environments.
Dr. Seale is also a community advocate. She founded Our Community Mentors, Inc., a nonprofit organization that advocates for access to academic, professional, and quality of life resources for marginalized residents of South Los Angeles. This grass roots organization forges affiliations with corporate entities, learning institutions, healthcare residences, and other nonprofits in its quest.
In addition to her diversity and advocacy work, Dr. Seale is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Redlands where she teaches Leadership, Organizational Change, and Business Communication.
Dr. Seale holds a Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Change and Leadership and a Master of Education degree, both from the University of Southern California (USC). She also earned her Bachelor of Arts with a focus on Language and Linguistics from California State University at Dominguez Hills (CSUDH).