Diversity + Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion statement by Julie Myers Wood, CEO of Guidepost Solutions


Vision Statement

A mosaic of diversity and innovation.

Mission Statement

Guidepost Solutions fosters an inclusive environment of professionals who share common values of diversity and equality. We treat each other with respect. We listen to and learn from one another with compassion and empathy. We encourage diverse viewpoints as we provide innovative solutions for our clients’ complex challenges.

A dedicated Diversity + Inclusion Committee brings our team together by offering educational presentations, open platforms for listening and discussion, and learning opportunities. We incorporate these activities into our workday and beyond.

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Many of our team members are actively involved in community organizations and programs supporting diverse communities. Some include:


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All Stars Project Development School for Youth help tens of thousands of inner-city youth and their families create success in their lives through a performance-based approach. Young people learn to perform as professionals, and they partner with business leaders who conduct development workshops and provide paid summer internships at their companies. Each summer our regional offices sponsor one to two interns to be a part of this wonderful program.

The All Stars Project also runs Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids an innovative police-community relations model program that uses performance, improvisation and conversation to help inner-city teenagers and police officers develop positive relationships.

Police Athletic League, together with NYPD and the law enforcement community, supports and inspires New York City youths to realize their full individual potential as productive members of society. PAL has an array of recreational, educational, cultural, and social programs that serve the youth of New York City.

Building Bridges Across the River provides Washington, DC residents East of the Anacostia River access to the best-in-class facilities, programs and partnerships in arts and culture, economic opportunity, education, recreation, health and well-being.

Council of Korean Americans’ mission is to advance the national voice and influence of the Korean American community through collaboration and leadership development.

Youth Emerging Successfully (YES) Program provides young women aging out of the foster care system in the metro DC area with the support and skills to excel in their future academic and professional pursuits.

Human Rights First works to create the political environment and policy solutions necessary to ensure consistent respect for human rights — whether protecting refugees, combating torture, or defending persecuted minorities.