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THE COLOR OF LOVE: Raising Our Children in a Diverse and Inclusive World

April 6 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm



The mountains of racial and social justice are massive. We are on the precipice of creating a new dawn for future generations and our children are looking to us to lead the way. With school gun violence at an all time high, the latest extreme exposure of racial injustice and gender discrimination, and our children innocently caught in the middle, how can we, as women and mothers, come together in compassionate connection to move the mountains of true transformation?

Join Tiffany Grimm, founder of Mothers Moving Mountains, as she hosts a dynamic panel of diversity experts, in this empowering and engaging multicultural community discussion and workshop. Topics will be focused on creating a shared language, uncovering identity, anti-oppression, racial justice and education. Through an interactive panel Q&A, self-reflection exercises, partnered and small group breakouts, and collective games, you’ll have the opportunity to both educate and learn in this workshop.  


  1. Create a deeper awareness of your inherent natural biases and cultivate more empathy and acceptance.
  2. Learn the universal language around diversity and inclusion to communicate effectively within your family and community.  
  3. Identify ways to impact the educational system that promote a solution rather than perpetuate the problem.
  4. Implement creative educational strategies at each of your child’s stages of development to amplify their understanding of diversity.
  5. Form new relationships with multicultural mothers who also want to move the mountains of social justice.

*Proceeds will benefit the respective organizations of the panel participants and an initiative to create a childhood diversity education program.
*Light snacks, wine and sparkling water will be served.


Mo Abdullah, Diversity and Inclusion trainer, Founder of Culture Energized
Mariam (Mo) Abdullah is the Founder of Culture Energized and an experienced certified trainer and entrepreneur. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Mo has worked with over 60 schools and organizations across the U.S in creating positive culture through professional development trainings. In addition, she has over 5 years experience working in the education and non profit sector servicing over 2,500 students, teachers and professionals on social emotional learning, group management and youth leadership.

Meghan Myron-Karels, Director of GALS Futures at GALS Denver
Meghan Myron-Karels received both of her degrees in Sociology with emphases on Race, Class, Gender, Social Justice, and Equity from Luther College and American University. She worked at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota and the University of Colorado, Boulder in Student Affairs. Originally from Minnesota, she resides in Colorado with her wife, Kelsey and daughter, Kennedy. Currently, she is the Director of GALS Futures at the Girls Athletic Leadership School, helping map career pathways for high school students.

Regan Byrd, Non-profit professional and anti-oppression speaker/trainer/activist
Regan Byrd is an award-winning community activist and non-profit professional with over 10 years of experience in grassroots and social justice non-profit organizations, including The Arc of Jefferson County, 9to5 Colorado: National Association of Working Women, and Hunger Free Colorado. Her current position is with The Bell Policy Center, working in fundraising, operations, and financial management.  Regan is a former commissioner on the Aurora Humans Rights Commission, and former board member for the youth mentorship non-profit “YESS Institute”. Regan has a deep commitment to social justice, institutional systems change, and collective liberation. She believes this is best done through self-reflexivity, knowledge cultivation, intentional inclusivity, coalition building, and centering marginalized perspectives.

Kristen Sandine, Registered Play Therapist, Owner of Courageous Counseling Colorado
With a passion for teaching, caring for, and helping children and adolescents, Kristen provides play therapy and art interventions to children aged 2-16 and their families. She has a masters from Regis University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Counseling Children and Adolescents and is a Registered Play Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. She is the owner of a private practice called Courageous Counseling Colorado in Westminster, Colorado.

Chris Lee, Attorney in Corporate Social Responsibility and Governmental Affairs
Chris is an attorney working in the areas of public affairs and corporate social responsibility. She’s helped companies navigate labor issues including diversity and inclusion, working with millennials as well as restructuring corporate philanthropy programs. Chris also advises non-profits such as Mile High United Way on working with corporations. Chris and her husband have one child who is currently attending kindergarten in DPS.



Nursing babies are welcome to attend the event with their mothers. If you have a lively and excited toddler or child, we encourage you to utilize the onsite or in-home childcare provided during the entire event. You must reserve childcare separately by registering and reserving with Nanno, a nationally recognized childcare service. See rates below. Space is limited.

  • One child = $10/hr. → $30 for 3 hours
  • Two children = $15/hr. → $45 for 3 hours
  • Three children = $20/hr. → $60 for 3 hours
  • Four children = $25/hr. → $75 for 3 hours

Alternate rates apply for in-home childcare. Event discount available.

Please CLICK HERE to register and reserve your child’s spot.

“We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, healing, and inclusion.” — Max de Pree


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April 6
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Tiffany Grimm


Women in Kind
3899 Jackson Street
Denver, CO 80205 United States
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