Sukari Pinnock is an Organization Development practitioner, specializing in Team Building, Leadership Development, Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Work, and Leadership Coaching.
She is also a member of the teaching team for the Masters of Organization Development program at the American University (AU/NTL) where she serves as both a Learning Community Facilitator and a Practicum Advisor. She is an experienced trainer of Diversity and Inclusion workshops and training programs, specializing in cultural competence, mental models and dynamics of inclusion. Pinnock serves as the Steward of the NTL Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Community of Practice.
Pinnock is a lifelong learner, having earned her Masters Degree in Organization Development from the American University; and a Certificate in Diversity Leadership from NTL. She has an Executive Coaching Certificate from the Georgetown University Center for Professional Development Leadership Coaching Program. Pinnock is also certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF) as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and is qualified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the FIRO-B, the Bar-On EQi 125 and 360 assessments and other behavioral assessment tools.
Pinnock is a member of the educational team for the MS in Organization Development Program at the American University. She has presented at the Annual Diversity Conference for the U.S. Intelligence Community and has co-designed a Strategic Planning Initiative for the Govt. of Bermuda, Commission for Unity & Racial Equality, and Consumer Affairs Departments. She has worked extensively with nonprofits engaged in Social Justice and Inclusion work; and with for-profit companies looking to manage cultural differences among the members of their respective management teams. Pinnock most recently worked with the World Bank to design two diversity and inclusion workshop in support of the Bank Group’s five-year diversity and inclusion strategy.