About Us

Your Success is Our Mission

CultureBrokers offers the comprehensive capabilities and deep industry knowledge necessary to help you deliver diversity, inclusion and equity results in even the most complex situations.

We hold the following certifications and licenses:

  • State of Minnesota Targeted Group Business (TGB)

  • Central Certification (CERT) Program for Hennepin County, Ramsey County and The City of Saint Paul.

  • City of Minneapolis Target Market Program

  • Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) Qualified Administrator

  • Diamond Inclusiveness Assessment (DIA) Certified Facilitator

  • FranklinCovey Inspiring Trust Certified Facilitator

  • Joel Barker's Strategic Exploration Tools (Strategy Matrix, Implications Wheel, T.I.P.S. Tracking)

  • Baldrige Performance Excellence Program Evaluator

Since opening our doors in 2005, we’re proud to say that each year we have a bigger list of returning and new clients.


Want to experience the expertise of CultureBrokers for yourself? Take a look at our services and give us a call today. Let’s discuss what we can do for you!


Individual Development

Using the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and other tools, we help leaders and their employees become more culturally competent so they help your organization achieve its diversity, inclusion and equity vision with excellence.


Private Programs

Bring our signature PREPARE, PLAN,

DO and CHECK AND ACT programs in-house for groups of 25 employees or more. We'll tailor the content and materials to your organization's sector, industry, environment, vocabulary, and needs.

As we update the Regional Parks Policy Plan in 2018, it is clear that the Equity Toolkit, which Lisa helped us develop, is roundly supported by stakeholders including agencies, communities, and staff. Today’s participants talk about the satisfying process that led to the Toolkit, which grappled with new (and sometimes difficult) topics, built trust and relationships, and created a common vocabulary and tools that continue to advance equity in our regional parks system.

Dan Marckel, Planning Analyst, Metropolitan Council