The Digital Shift 

Shift your narrative digitally: via diversity, equity and inclusion within the exploration of digital literacy,  tech inclusion, the digital divide, algorithm biases,  digital redlining, social media influencing and activism (tech justice) and tech's social impact upon prison reform. 

The Digital Shift allows universities, tech companies, non-profits, for-profits, school districts and many more organizations to explore the difficult conversations around "DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION AND ACCESS."  


Attemla  Consulting’s purpose of  collaborating with your community is to 

facilitate the exploration of  culturally responsive practices, spaces  and facilitating your team(s) with unapologetic empowerment to continue to develop culturally responsive policies, services and cultivating safe spaces. 


"When we do not feel safe to learn or grow. We will not learn and we will not grow. " - Almetta Pitts, M.S.W. 


"'Empathy' is not just an emotional buzzword-- it's a political necessity." -Susan Lanzoni, Ph.D

We acknowledge that our workshops are not for everyone. Our workshops are founded within culturally responsive evidence based practices, experiential learning and they are highly interactive.  


Sorry Not Sorry.  Our workshops are NOT "hum-drum" or filled with cliche-based rhetoric.

The goal of our workshops are to create a call for action via the exploration and implementation of decolonizing  practices, spaces and policies. 

Our most popular workshops include: 

"Interrupting the OUCH!: Exploring Microaggressions, Implicit Biases, Culturally Responsive Communication & Resilience (Three Part Series)." 

"The What is Beauty Project: Exploring Biased Algorithms" 

"Giving Ourselves Permission to Dismantle: Institutional Racism in Education & The School - to - Prison Pipeline (Three Part Series)."


Did You Know? 

31.4 %

"Households making less than $50,000/yr. with school aged children do not have access to broadband internet."

- Pew Research Center 


"Twenty-five percent of black candidates received callbacks from their whitened resumes, while only 10 percent got calls when they left ethnic details intact." 

-Harvard University 


"Crime has been in decades-long decline, but roughly 70 million adults in this country have criminal records; and more than 10 million return to their communities from incarceration each year."  - Inc 

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