Tarah Fleming M.A. Ed., CPC
Tarah Fleming is a long-time educator, keynote speaker and lead facilitator on topics of social justice, equity literacy, early childhood anti-bias education and the dynamics of power and privilege, with over 30 years of national and international experience. As a white identified, cisgender, heterosexual mother of mixed heritage teenagers, she brings a unique perspective on allied behavior and a devotion to work as a change agent in multiple solidarity movements. For the past decade Tarah was the Education Director at Our Family Coalition (OFC) working with LGBTQ families, and prior, the Co-Director for iPride; an organization dedicated to mixed heritage and multiethnic families. In 2003, she co-founded the high school student component for the White Privilege Conference (WPC) now called the Youth Action Project (YAP) which remains as one of the premiere action-oriented national conversations. Tarah continues in her consulting/coaching practice Start Dialog providing personal and professional support for educators and activists, group dialog facilitation, and real systemic change training.