With decades of experience cultivating liberatory education initiatives in and outside of the United States, Susan Wilcox launched SEW Consulting to collaborate in the creation of humanizing pedagogy and practice. Using education as a tool for knowledge, social, creative, and spiritual development, SEW Consulting works across disciplines, settings and issues. Below are examples of this work.
Leading staff in the arts organizations, DreamYard Project and Cool Culture, in the development of their social justice framework including staff/participant evaluation rubrics
Coaching organization leaders in program, staff and infrastructure development for Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity, Black Visions MN, Center for Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Research (UMass Amherst), Moving Windmills (Malawi), and Nneka Youth Foundation (Afienya, Ghana)
Facilitating staff retreats and/or critical dialogues for Brooklyn Museum Education Department, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, Groundswell NYC, and NYCoRE (New York Collective of Radical Educators)
Collaborating on curriculum and pedagogy development for Community Change (Women of Color programs for leaders), Goddard-Riverside Community Center, Institute for Education & Social Policy (Youth Organizing Institute) & other schools and foundations
Conducting mixed method research to assess, document practice and/or identify core values for Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity, Children’s Television Workshop, The Robert Bowne Foundation, School Development Program, and Teachers & Writers Collaborative
Organizing/coordinating a convening of youth organizing groups from Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, South Africa and United States for The Atlantic Philanthropies