What is Center for Equity and Inclusion?
Turning Point Initiative is doing business as the Center for Equity and Inclusion. The co-owners and “executive facilitators” are Hanif Fazal and Frewine Kiros. They founded the company in 2015, according to company records, and they describe the company as “BIPOC -owned [sic] and led consultancy advancing equity, diversity and inclusion.”
According to a contract signed, the largest project supervised by Fazal was $1.5 million and the largest number of employees ever supervised was 35.
What services does the Center for Equity and Inclusion provide?
What K-12 work has the Center for Equity and Inclusion done?
Beaverton School District
In 2021, Beaverton School District agreed to pay the Center for Equity and Inclusion a fee of $390,000 to develop an “Antiracist Plan” for the school district.
n an “Antiracist Plan.”