Our Team

Leilani Raglin, MBA, CPC (she/her)

Founder | Lead Visionary

Leilani is a social entrepreneur with a robust background in business, leadership, organizational development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). A seasoned professional speaker, facilitator, writer, leadership coach, and people strategist, Leilani works diligently to facilitate understanding and healing across racial lines. She specializes in growing radically authentic, empowered, and equity-minded organizations, leaders, parents, and families, while creating intentional, positive change in the community.

Leilani has a robust business and leadership background, having designed and deployed several enterprise-wide leadership development programs for a Fortune 50 company, with a focus on authenticity, DEI, and mindful leadership. She has years of experience as an emotional intelligence instructor and coach, partnering with Dr. Bill Weis of Seattle University to facilitate the MBA course domestically and abroad. Leilani is an expert on the mixed race experience, supporting parents and communities in understanding how to engage mixed race children thoughtfully in order to promote healing and self-acceptance.

 

Leilani has worked with a number of corporations, non-profits, schools, and organizations to advance various social and racial justice causes. A brilliant strategist, innovative visionary, and daring activist, Leilani regularly challenges systems of authority and oppression for more equitable outcomes. She describes herself as someone that aims to bring light to even the darkest of spaces.

Adana Protonentis (she/her)

Lead Consultant

Adana is a community educator, parent advocate, convener, and scholar. Her work focuses on harnessing the power of narrative to create a more inclusive, just, and equitable community. A seasoned professional speaker and facilitator, Adana has a unique talent for making complex and emotionally charged subjects accessible to diverse audiences. Using a combination of data, storytelling, and a healthy dose of Black Girl Magic,

Adana creates safe spaces for critical analysis, experiential learning, and deep conversation. By honoring the need to balance emotional honesty with sharp analysis and strategic action, Adana brings a holistic and human-centered approach to this work. Adana’s expertise lies in applying an intersectional lens to social equity issues, resulting in a nuanced and comprehensive analysis and the development of innovative solutions.

 

Adana comes to this work as a disabled, mixed-race Black mother, raising disabled kids. It is this life experience that gives Adana unique insight into the ways that racism, sexism, and other systems of oppression interact with and reinforce each other. This is what drives Adana’s passion for inclusive movement-building toward shared liberation, because all oppression is connected. Adana holds degrees in Organizational Leadership and Political Science, and is currently hard at work earning her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Seattle University. A sought-after speaker and facilitator, she has worked with organizations across the country to challenge systems of oppression and facilitate the creation of spaces for inclusion and belonging. Through her boundless curiosity and unwavering commitment to leading with compassion and empathy, Adana nurtures individuals and organizations as they develop their anti-oppression practices and make strides toward a world of justice and mutual flourishing.

Kristine Guevara, MA, MHP, LMHCA (she/her)

Mental Health Counselor

Kristine is currently working as an in home family therapist for families in crisis. A majority of clients she works with are blended families of color who struggle in lower socioeconomic statuses. Kristine specializes in trauma and grief and loss, with a strong concentration around multiculturalism, social justice and identity. In the past, Kristine worked with homeless adults in an inpatient rehabilitation center, as well as individuals struggling with poverty and mental health in an outpatient setting. She values making a difference in the lives of underserved and unseen populations, many of which have fallen through cracks of our broken societal systems.

Kristine is currently working as an in home family therapist for families in crisis. A majority of clients she works with are blended families of color who struggle in lower socioeconomic statuses. Kristine specializes in trauma and grief and loss, with a strong concentration around multiculturalism, social justice and identity. In the past, Kristine worked with homeless adults in an inpatient rehabilitation center, as well as individuals struggling with poverty and mental health in an outpatient setting. She values making a difference in the lives of underserved and unseen populations, many of which have fallen through cracks of our broken societal systems.

Meesa Pedrozo, BA, MSA, LAc., EAMP (she/her)

Licensed Acupuncturist | East Asian Medical Practitioner

Meesa is a skilled practitioner creating sacred space to access deeper levels of healing for the entire mind/body system. Her esoteric approach to healing provides a unique perspective paralleling her Western and Eastern medical training from Bastyr University, a top nationally accredited Acupuncture program. With an extensive background in subtle, vibrational energetic modalities, coupled with innate intuitive abilities, Meesa offers a comprehensive treatment that aligns the mind, body and spirit.

Meesa’s holistic approach to healing includes Traditional Chinese Medicine, Low Level Light Therapy, Reiki and a revolutionary type of generational healing system called Family Constellations. She specializes in the use of sound to aid in disbursing stagnated energy both within and without of the field. Her personal interests in quantum healing have also explored systems such as Chios, Alchemical Healing, and the Hawaiian forgiveness prayer: Ho’oponopono. 

 

Taking special interest in healing those who heal others, Meesa focuses on assisting healers—allopathic and natural alike, with their own self-care regime. She recognizes the disparity of health within the healthcare system, targeting those who provide care first. Meesa has graciously been gifted by her community the honor of being a healer’s healer.

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