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Roger Moreano founded Bridges 4 Justice, LLC. in 2016.


Bridges 4 Justice is a diversity, equity & inclusion organization that develops and conducts training and educational programs, workshops, and strategic plans for schools, colleges, non-profits organizations, governmental agencies, small businesses, corporations, professional associations, congregations, and community organizations.

Collectively, Roger has over two decades of experience in DEI work.

Roger is also a sought-after keynote speaker, educator, and trainer on organizational leadership, cultural responsiveness, equity & inclusion, LGBTQIA+ issues, anti-racism, and healthy masculinity.

Roger's most recent speech came at the invitation from the "Kenosha Coalition for Dismantling Racism," a non-profit organization located in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The speech took place in February, 2024 on “The Need and Urgency of Anti-Racism Work” and
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Roger's most recent radio interview can be heard here:

Courageous Conversation | WGTD

Prior to his consulting work, Roger served as Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Equity and Inclusion at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin from 2017 to 2021 and as the Director of Intercultural Student Affairs at Elmhurst College in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois from 2005 to 2017.

Roger worked in Higher Education from 1997 to 2021 and has been engaged in equity and inclusion work since 2002. He is an active, impactful, and accessible consultant and public speaker on these issues.

Roger is also an IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory: Qualified Administrator and uses this assessment tool in his work. Roger also coauthored the book "Doing Social Justice Education : A Practitioner's Guide for Workshops and Structured Conversations (Stylus Publishing, 2020) which you can find here: 
Doing Social Justice Education

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 four-day leadership program for college students centered on values and leading with integrity.

Roger also served on the Village of Gurnee, Illinois 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 is a proud first-generation American of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian heritage and is bilingual in English and Spanish. He and his partner Maria reside in Gurnee, Illinois and have three adult children.

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