I Believe in Culture Shift Consulting
Government agencies and non-profit organizations that seek community input and leadership have the opportunity to make real, meaningful changes in the lives of people and the systems that permeate our society.
I believe that when we work in full partnership with community members, we can unlock incredible solutions on issues ranging from healthcare access to environmental health to economic empowerment.
I want to provide the support you need to engage with people, family, and community partners. Let us approach this process with an open mind and a willingness to listen to the voices we seek to serve.
Being able to play a role in that culture shift is my greatest motivation. Together we can take steps to a more just, equitable world.
Sully Moreno – Founder
I am a multilingual community engagement and communications professional.
After immigrating to the United States from Panama to study at Florida State University, I earned my Masters in Communications. My first job brought me to Seattle to work in the tech industry and I fell in love with the Pacific Northwest.
I held several diverse marketing roles before my career highlighted finding my passion for social justice in the nonprofit sector. Working as a Communications Director and a Community Engagement Manager strengthened the skills I bring to consulting. My talent is facilitating conversations, relationship building, and translating concepts into actionable efforts.
The principles of anti-racism, intersectionality, targeted universalism, and sharing power leads and guides all my efforts and interactions. I strive to use any power or influence I wield to center the perspectives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and shift traditional power structures.
Get to know Sully
Equity in Action in the Recycling World: a recent presentation for the Washington State Recycling Association
“I would recommend working with Culture Shift Consulting to anyone who wants to hire a trainer to support an organization in learning about the difficulties of traversing the space of conversations on race and ethnicity in Latinx communities.”
-Jessica Ayden Li, Co-Founder and Principal Consultant, Healing Equity United