Follow the Money
- Bainbridge Island School District #303, WA - 2018 - $1,500 for Half-Day Training for Administrators with Focus on Equity & Cultural Confidence (Pg 131-133) Download
- Bainbridge Island School District #303, WA - 2017 - $2,100 for Training for Administrators: Community Agreements, Shared Terminology, and Bias & Managing for it at Work (Pg 201-208) Download
What is Fleur Larsen Facilitation?
Fleur Larsen Facilitation was started by Fleur Larsen, who describes herself as a “Seattle-based facilitator and seasoned consultant in the nonprofit sector with a background in education and counseling.”
In a video (16:00), she self-describes as a “white woman” who challenges her “relationship to martyrdom.”
On her LinkedIn, she describes herself as a “Facilitator: Social Justice Impact On Organizational Culture.”
What services does Fleur Larsen Facilitation offer?
On her website, Larsen promotes “Trainings,” “HR and Equity,” “1-on-1 Coaching,” workshops and speaking engagements.
Past events included workshops about “Accountability in Action for White Women,” “The Language of Racism” and “White Women Leading for Racial Equity.”
What K-12 work has Fleur Larsen Facilitation done?
Bainbridge Island School District
In 2017, Bainbridge Island School District paid Fleur Larsen Facilitation $2,100 for training for administrators, related to “community agreements, shared terminology, and bias & managing for it at work.”
In 2018, Bainbridge Island School District paid Fleur Larsen Facilitation $1,500 for a half-day of training for administrators with a “focus on equity & cultural confidence.”