For inquiries and information, please contact the team at:

Janeen Bryant

Facilitate Movement, Principal and Founder

Genna Marshall

Facilitate Movement, Administration Assistant



Workshops: 2hr./4hr./ or Full Day
Design Charrettes:
          1 Day (+2 hour pre-planning)
          2 Day (+ 3 hour pre-planning)
Coaching- Individual and team development
Speaking Engagements

  • Nonprofit Vision and Benchmarking
  • Women in the Nonprofit Workplace
  • Museum Staff Interventions
  • Museums and Systems of Oppression
  • Collaborative design available for empathy, diversity and inclusion, educational equity, intercultural communication, managing visitor and student dynamics


An advocate and catalyst for building community capacity since 2000, Janeen Bryant is an intersectional educator, facilitator, trainer, and speaker. A graduate of Davidson College with a B.A. in Anthropology, she completed her Master of Science in Leadership and Management in 2010. Formerly, vice president of education at Levine Museum of the New South, Ms. Bryant, known widely as a facilitator, nonprofit strategist, and community-centered program developer, is a published author both regionally and nationally in industry-specific journals.

National Affiliations:

  • Empathetic Museum- Founding Member
  • M.A.S.S. Action- Planning Team Member
  • Museums and Race- Steering Committee
  • American Alliance of Museums- Member
  • TMG The Museum Group- Member

Local Project Connections:

  • NC African American Cultural Commission- Facilitator
  • On The Table CLT  Project Director
  • America To Me Facilitator
  • Root & Raices- Co-lead

We look forward to working with you.