Let’s Do Work supports individuals, organizations, and communities as they enact social justice principles in their lives, communities, and workplaces. Consulting packages can include a combination of assessment, training, coaching, policy development, program development, and process facilitation. Our goal is to identify the best next step in your journey, help you take it, and support you along the way. We help you put action behind your words.
Let’s Do Work Consulting focuses on developing tools to dismantle oppressive systems. The familiar systems have socially, culturally, and economically failed us. It’s time to do work, get uncomfortable, and build something unfamiliar.
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Dar’Nesha Weary is a Seattle native with over twenty years of experience in the nonprofit sector, where her mission has been to serve others, build community, and make a positive impact by challenging racism, promoting acceptance of people from different backgrounds, raising awareness, and using her voice to address hate and to promote kindness.
She began her career as a Program Director at the Greenwood Boys and Girls Club. For the latter part of her career, she has risen in the ranks of the YMCA of Greater Seattle, beginning as the Dale Turner Branch Membership Engagement Director and ending in the corporate office as the Program Executive of Membership, overseeing membership engagement operations of 14 branches.
In her spare time, Dar’Nesha is the director of the award-winning Northside Step Team, which recently worked with the artist LIZZO(!) on a sisterhood project, and is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated (one of 9 Historically Black Greek Organizations). She is exceedingly active with community engagement and education around diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the greater Seattle area.
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