At RE-ENVISION Consulting, our experience has taught us that the success of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging efforts require a holistic approach that invites every employee to reflect and re-envision their role in creating a work environment where all individuals feel respected, valued, and empowered.
We believe that an organization’s long-term success is dependent upon solid leadership and the ability to recruit, train, and retain a diverse, committed workforce replete with unique perspectives and experiences. Indeed, studies have shown that the most successful organizations are ones in which employees are fully engaged and envision themselves as part of the organization’s future success.
Meet The Team
Soudie Tahmassebipour, Esq.
Company Founder, DEIB Strategist
Soudie is an Iranian-American attorney and certified diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging expert. Prior to becoming a consultant, she worked for twenty years as a public defender, first at The New Hampshire Public Defenders Office then at The Committee for Public Counsel Services in Massachusetts. She has supervised hundreds of attorneys and has dedicated her career to empowering and advocating for individuals who have been historically marginalized by the system. She is also the founder and Executive Director of the Wachusett Area Social Justice Alliance and has presented at trainings and events all over New England and abroad.
Digital & IT Project Manager
Jamie is an experienced IT Leader specializing in bridging the gap between clients and IT development teams. Prior to joining RE-ENVISION Consulting, she served as an IT Project Manager and as Director of Operations and Quality Assurance for an award-winning SaaS business. Jamie’s broad array of experience in science, sales, and technology make her especially skilled at connecting with client needs and working with them to deliver solutions. She is currently exploring the DEIB impacts on workers as they proceed through the employee lifecycle and completing certification in Diversity & Inclusion at Cornell University.