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Dr. Veronica Neal

Veronica A. K. Neal, Ed.D. is a certified diversity professional, certified community and workplace mediator, integral coach, and an equity and social justice specialist. Dr. Neal has over two decades of experience in the field of diversity education, training and human development. Professionally, she has served as a nonprofit director, program manager, project manager and now manages a successful consulting practice. Dr. Neal is also the Director of the Office of Equity, Social Justice, and Multicultural Education at De Anza College. She continues her research and college teaching while also coaching executive leaders, project and program managers to bring out the best in themselves and their teams.

​Dr. Veronica Neal is an organizational equity and cultural humility specialist with over two decades of experience as diversity and social justice educator, trainer, coach and consultant. She is a certified diversity professional, integral coach and workplace conflict mediator.
Veronica’s consulting work guides and enlightens leaders in education, health care, business, and non-profit organizations as well as participants in community-based organizations.​​
 
She brings to her management, teaching and consulting practice the theories of justice-based leadership and multicultural education from her graduate studies as well as her practical experience managing projects and programs and directing a nonprofit organization. Her focus is on cultural humility across the lifespan and as a spiritual practice, equity change management, unconscious bias and oppression transformation, and attitudinal healing.

In addition to an active consulting schedule Veronica currently serves as the director of Equity, Social Justice, and Multicultural Education at De Anza College and teaches at both De Anza College and San Francisco State University.
Veronica continues her research and college teaching while also coaching educational leaders, students and community activists to bring out the best in themselves and their teams through equity and cultural humility initiatives. Her greatest joy and ongoing inspiration is her family, which include two beautiful children and partner whom she calls best friend.