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ABOUT

Roger Moreano is the Founder & President of Bridges 4 Justice, LLC. – a diversity & inclusion organization which was originally designed to train and educate teachers & professionals in K-12 education, non-profit organizations, businesses and corporations on how to create greater equity and meet the ever-evolving challenges of diversity and inclusion in our organizations.

 

That vision has evolved as the needs of communities have evolved.

 

Roger now focuses the work of Bridges 4 Justice on speaking engagements, community activism, and leading dialogues and courageous conversations on social justice issues for schools and communities. 

 

In 2022, Roger was invited to join the team at MSM Global Consulting to serve as Director of Strategy and Innovation and help lead the organization's efforts to deliver world class DEI and Organizational Change training to a diverse array of organizations including:

- Schools

- Universities

- Non-Profit Organizations

- Community Organizations

- State and Federal Government Agencies

- For-Profit Corporations and Businesses

- Congregations

- Professional Associations

- And More

 

You can learn more about the work of MSM Global Consulting at:

About - MSM Global Consulting

 

As part of his role at MSM Global, Roger also serves as co-host of the Culture Stew podcast with show host and President and Founder of MSM Global, Maria Morukian.
 

Past Experience


Roger is a former Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Equity and Inclusion at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He arrived at Carthage after spending 12 years as the Director of Intercultural Student Affairs at Elmhurst College in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, USA.

 

He worked in Higher Education from 1997 to 2021 and is extraordinarily passionate about diversity, equity & inclusion work, social justice advocacy, college student development and organizational leadership development.

Since 2007, Roger has also served as a Co-Lead Facilitator for LeaderShape, Inc. a nationally acclaimed leadership organization that provides participants with a transformative leadership program for college students centered on values and leading with integrity.

Roger also served on the Village of Gurnee Diversity Steering Committee from 2005 to 2008. The committee was created to increase diversity in hiring practices for the village and address issues such as employee recruitment & retention and diversity training for all Village staff and elected/appointed officials. Roger also co-authored the Village of Gurnee diversity statement.

Roger lives in Gurnee, Illinois with his partner, Maria Moreano. 
They have three adult children. Roger says being a father and a husband have been, by far, the most rewarding experiences of his life!



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