Iantha Gantt-Wright has been a successful practice leader for the non-profit, government and private sector on issues of diversity and organizational development for more than 15 years. Iantha has built a track record of success with organizations working to develop, institute, and sustain long-term diversity programs that work; strategic plans that are inclusive; effective diversity, cultural competency and leadership trainings; facilitating productive and effective meetings and coaching to individual and organizational competency.
Iantha holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Development from Trinity College in Washington, DC. She is a graduate of the Newfield Network’s Coaching for Professional Mastery and Coaching in Business programs. Among her many honors she has received The Department of the Interior’s award for “Stellar Deeds in Advancing Diversity,” “The Partnership Award,” from the Mid-America Multicultural Tourism Association, and “Person of the Year Award,” from Outward Bound Adventures Inc. She is also a trainer and consultant for the National Multicultural Institute, the National Center for Cultural Healing, Institute for Conservation Leadership and the National Minority Aids Council. Organizations that Iantha has worked with include; the National Wildlife Federation, Wilderness Society, American Hiking Society, Trust for Public Land, The Conservation Fund, Marin Conservation Corp, Center for Whole Communities, National Parks Conservation Association, North Carolina State University, Environmental Leadership Program, Washington DC Public Schools, National Park Service and Carolina Mountains Land Conservancy.