Cabral Co has trained thousands of employees in large Fortune 500 organizations across the globe.
In today's rapidly changing environment, we are pivoting our offerings to be a resource for those seeking to learn outside of company-led initiatives.
Take a look below for virtual resources and courses to help you in your journey toward inclusion.
Learn to create an inclusive environment with this actionable and insightful course! Allies and Advocates: Creating an Inclusive and Equitable Culture delivers a powerful and useful message about inclusion, diversity, and equity in everyday life. Author Amber Cabral shares how to move away from discriminatory and unjust behaviors to supporting and building meaningful connections with people across our diverse backgrounds and identities. This course has been run for several Fortune 500 companies since its launch in June 2020 and continues to be the most requested Cabral Co training to date. Sign up to see what the buzz is about.
In this 60-minute no-holds-barred Master Class, Amber Cabral - author of Allies and Advocates (Wiley 2020) interviews Wiley Press Acquisitions Editor Jeanenne Ray about the current state of publishing and what editors are looking for in new authors. Amber shares her personal experience of attracting a book deal, fast-tracking the writing of her book, and an overview of the publishing process from contract signing to book in hand. Jeanenne breaks down her role as an acquisitions editor and how she discovers new authors. Join in for tips and tactics to land your latest book deal that you won't find anywhere else.
Amber Cabral is an Inclusion and Diversity Consultant and CEO at Cabral Co. Formerly a Diversity Strategist at Walmart Stores, Inc.; Amber founded Cabral Co to guide organizations of various size and scope seeking to create and execute strategies that achieve sustainable, inclusive behavior shifts in the workplace.
Amber has a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Siena Heights University in Adrian, Michigan and a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Wayne State University from her hometown; Detroit, Michigan.
Passionate about nurturing the next generation of decision-makers, she serves on the boards for multiple non-profit organizations, including Brown Girls Do, Inc™, that are committed to promoting diverse representation in the arts, in workplaces and in communities; as well as empowering women and girls, globally. In her free time, she travels and writes articles focused on equity, culture and working-class life.
She completed her first book, Allies and Advocates, published on Wiley Press in 2020.Learn More
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""Do you have an appetite for radical candor? In Allies and Advocates, Amber Cabral takes you by the hand and leads you into a world of vulnerability and self-exploration from which you emerge as an instrument of change. She is the authentic voice we didn't know was missing from the conversation. Witty, wise, and full of gems, this is the no-nonsense guide we've been waiting for–from a voice we can trust.""
""The work is never easy. Yet, Cabral's Allies and Advocates attempts to make the work simpler through sharp, cogent storytelling from her transformative work across multiple sectors. Cabral's book brings the reader to a shared clarity and understanding of humanity in a time of great uncertainty and injustice.""
""Allies and Advocates is a must-read for any professional seeking to create or enhance an inclusive environment. Especially during the current climate, the importance of this book is immeasurable! With every page, Amber paints a portrait of what true inclusion looks like; whether it's applied to the workplace, or to one's personal life. The authenticity of Amber's delivery is not only easy to digest, but also informative and has something every person can take away regardless of background, race, ethnicity, gender, age, or experience. Awesomely, fantastic work!""