What we believe

At Edgility, equity is the foundation of everything we do. 

Equity is removing the barriers that prevent access to opportunities for well-being, safety, happiness, and success. 

Equity requires dismantling current systems of oppression and redistributing power, access, and resources.

Equity in our work means centering women, people of color, and other excluded people when we:

  • place equity-minded candidates in leadership 
  • assess wage and opportunity gaps, and
  • build liberatory talent systems 

Empathy & Responsiveness

We take time to understand, consider, and address the needs of others.

Learning Orientation

We thoughtfully seek information and facilitate collaborative problem-solving. We are intentional about pursuing experiences that deepen our skills to be experts in our craft.


We take risks grounded in radical care. So we hold space for difficult conversations and address conflict in a respectful and timely manner.

Deep Listening

We create opportunities to ensure people feel seen and heard. We encourage everyone to be themselves and consider everyone’s unique contributions.

Mindful of Disparity

We look for disproportionate impact on historically excluded groups.


We explain the rationale and help people understand how decisions affect them and others.

Data Orientation

We leverage data to make decisions. We measure our progress against a standard of equity.

Critical Reflection

We pause to consider our impact on others and adjust course if needed.

Strategic Capacity

We look for high-impact opportunities to shift systems, solve challenges, and support clients. We mitigate risk by leaving things better than we found them.

Work with us


Put your values to work. Act on equity.

We believe equity isn’t a box to check. It’s a daily action. Someone’s unique identity isn’t something to overcome–when paired with the right opportunity, it becomes one of their greatest professional assets. We exist to empower social impact organizations to recognize and overcome unconscious bias, racism and sexism so they can build a workforce that reflects and strengthens the communities they serve.