At Ingomu we believe that our coaches and our team should reflect the reality of the world out there. We also believe that we should celebrate diversity, use our voice and actions to uplift humankind by making a positive difference in the lives of many. We interpret diversity broadly. It includes humans of every color, ability, background, orientation and gender identity.
In light of this we want to start celebrating diversity all year long. Throughout the year we want to share stories of how we as individuals, families, communities or teams have been positively impacted by diverse individuals. We are looking to honor individuals, people we may have never heard of. Your neighbors, family members, colleagues, community members…
In February we’ll share stories about the positive impact and achievements of Black individuals in honor of African American and Black History Month. In March we celebrate Women’s History Month. In April its National Deaf History Month, Asian Pacific American Heritage, Older Americans Month and Jewish American Heritage Month is in May, GLBTQ+ in June, Hispanic and Latino heritage in September, National Disability Awareness in October, and National American Indian Heritage Month in November.
We invite you to share your story with us and we’ll publish it in our blog and share in our newsletter. You can submit your story here (redirect to Google Form).
Check out some of our Celebrating Diversity posts.
At Ingomu (in-go-moo) our mission is to uplift humankind by making a positive difference in the lives of many. We do this by placing personal development, professional development, and health and wellness coaches at the fingertips of our subscribers via live group virtual meetings, one-on-one sessions and continued discussions using the Ingomu app. We believe in a holistic approach to coaching. Rarely can one coach address all aspects of a problem. Our app will ensure that our subscribers have access to a complementary group of coaches, able to support them with current and future issues. Learn more at ingomu.com.