Inclusion Services

Our team of Inclusion Specialists is expert in the field of organizational transformation and inclusive communication strategies based on the science of character strengths. Our mission is to ignite compassion in your culture, with caring passion and smart accountability at its core.
Is your organization or business challenged
by employee retention, engagement, accountability, or performance concerns?

The Culture-Change Equation

We can help you create a COMPASSIONATE CULTURE that embraces transformative workplace solutions tied to everyday success. Through a focus on organizational belonging, individual well-being, and Natural Strength PracticesTM, we help organizations grow strong relationships, seeding a compassionate workplace culture tied to accountability and built on principles of caring and inclusion.

Our Services:

Working with you to cocreate an intentional path forward.

Culture-Change Consulting

Solution-Based Content

Through the lens of Natural Strength Practices, Beech Acres’ 175-year history of helping families, communities, and individuals heal by building strong connections across divides, positions us to meet today’s complex moment of inclusivity and belongingness. Our programs combine compassion with business accountability. We rely on the science of character strengths tied to real-life workplace scenarios to build a sustainable foundation for growth. We can help your organization cut through the chaos, overcome the confusion, and nurture the fluid and caring communications at the root of strong relationships and everyday success.

Brice Mickey

Inclusion Services Team

Brice Mickey is the Vice President of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Beech Acres Parenting Center and serves as the chair of the DEI Committee. He came to BAPC with 12+ years experience as an award-winning JEDI consultant where he worked with over 200 organizations across the country to help them achieve their equity and inclusion goals.

He was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH where he graduated from Walnut Hills High School and later earned his BSIT from the University of Cincinnati. It was there he realized his calling for dialogue around diversity and inclusion after participating in, and later directing UC’s nationally recognized Racial Awareness Program (RAPP).

After leaving UC, he went on to advocate for trans youth at Living with Change and from there went to Public Allies Inc to manage a trans-national cohort of underrepresented leaders involved in AmeriCorps apprenticeships.

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