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FreeStar_Ep. 4 The Bottom Line

I understand the importance of building relationships, earning trust, and delivering results. That’s why I include you in every step of the consulting process – from assessment to implementation.

My client-partners are small businesses, ambitious startups, nationally recognized nonprofits, healthcare providers and others who are serious about building better workplaces.

Let’s collaborate and create a strategy for your organization's success.

We work better when we work together!

- Ayana

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Email: aking@getmaxcomms.com
Phone: 734-288-8707

"Ayana did a great job presenting for the healthcare professionals at the VA Hospital on Implicit Bias. Her style and technique is spot on and everyone could relate to the topic. Her personal stories added a great touch along with her videos. Thank you, Ayana!"

Karen A.

"I participated in a 4-week DEI Web Series and learn more than I could have ever expected. I'm looking forward to sharing my learnings among friends, family, and co-workers."

Taylor M.

What can I say about Ayana King? So much! Her positive enthusiasm, high energy and superior creative talent mean you can hire her with confidence. 

Lori Jo V.

"I took 4 courses on Diversity and Inclusion and all of them provided valuable tips and thought-provoking lessons."

Charity L.

"Ayana is a amazing speaker! Her presentations unpack DEI in a way that is concise and clear cut, yet incredibly impactful. Every time I hear her speak, I walk away having learned something new and knowing I have some work to do!"

Lori B.

Ayana is an amazing presenter and so knowledgeable. She actually presents on things that we should know as management, business owners, etc.; BUT she takes the information to another level.

Nerys H.

"We especially appreciated her highlights on equity, metaphors to make D+I more comprehensive and understandable."

Katie T.

"In 10 minutes, I learned more about a subject that I never thought would intrigue me so much. Words have power and it's not what you say that teaches people, it's how you say it. Ayana, you could not have said it better!"

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