About Us & Our Expertise

About Us and Our Expertise

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Aleksandra Bookman (she/her/ella) is a Consultant with Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group. She is steadfast in her belief that companies can find greater success through empathy and understanding.

Aleksandra comes to the DEI space by way of a robust career in Advertising Tech, where she worked as a Sales Executive. While assisting industry-agnostic Fortune 500 companies with their full-funnel digital campaigns, she remained true to her passion for connecting, empowering, and amplifying those around her. Throughout her career, she pitched and launched DEI and CSR programs, including building a framework to prioritize Mental Wellness at a 700-person company, as well as a social responsibility program that supported non-profits in the tech space.

She volunteers at the New York Women’s Foundation and is a founding member of the Emerging Leaders Network. Since 2019, she has held a leadership position within the Network, whose aim is to inspire interest in the Foundation’s work of advancing women’s causes for the next generation of philanthropists.

Aleksandra received her Bachelor’s degree in History from NYU. She is fluent in Spanish, Italian, Serbo-Croatian, conversational in French, and a published author.

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Arturo Natella (he/him/el) is a Senior Diversity Recruiting Consultant with Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group. Arturo discovered his passion for this work while working for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. At the MassCEC, he developed the Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program and grew the program to a robust $1.5 million workforce development program. Arturo connected diverse students to good-paying clean energy internships throughout Massachusetts through the program.

Arturo went on to work in the Massachusetts Legislature for the Assistant Vice Chair of Ways and Means. He advised and advanced legislative priorities on workforce development, always focusing on BIPOC communities. Arturo later created Amaru, a diverse talent-sourcing service aimed at promoting BIPOC in the workforce. Through Amaru, Arturo has supported enterprises to rethink their talent-sourcing strategies while lowering barriers and increasing access to wealth-building employment opportunities for BIPOC.

Arturo is a Certified Diversity and Inclusion Recruiter (CDR) and has received Diversity and Inclusion certification from Cornell University.


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Danielle Moehler (she/her/hers) is an innovative Executive Assistant with a focus on human resources support, proposal writing, and e-commerce operations.  Originally from the Washington, DC area, she graduated from James Madison University with a degree in marketing.

She started her career at James D Klote & Associates, a fundraising consulting firm specializing in raising funds for nonprofit organizations.  Most recently, she was the Executive Assistant to the Chief Operations Officer of 3 health supplement e-commerce sister companies.   In this role, Danielle elevated her craft by infusing cutting-edge technology into operational procedures including onboarding/offboarding, finance reporting, order fulfillment and calendar management.

Danielle lives in Boise, Idaho, where she enjoys being outdoors, watching sports, spending time with friends, hiking, and traveling as much as possible.  She is determined to see the world, and believes true happiness comes from seeing things through others’ eyes and lending a helping hand whenever you can.


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Marshall Joun (they/he/she) is a Social Media and Research Specialist with Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group. Their passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion stemmed from their experience as a professional actor and performer in the Greater Boston area.

Marshall has worked with the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and Student Diversity and Inclusion Committee at Penn State University’s School of Theatre. They have professional performance and recruitment/community outreach experience for many reputable theatre companies in the city of Boston.

Marshall received their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Penn State University.




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Sara Blackerby (she/her/hers) is the Operations Manager at Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group. Her passion for diversity and inclusion crystallized during her tenure at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. After many years of working with multiple BCBSMA community partners, she joined the Women@Blue employee resource group’s leadership team as the Community Lead. This opportunity allowed her to more directly support the company’s overall diversity and inclusion work through participation in community events, and coordination of volunteer opportunities with an emphasis on women and working parents.

Sara has nearly two decades of health insurance experience with roles in customer service, call center management, marketing, sales, and project management. She is a passionate communicator, relationship builder, and cross-functional collaborator. She is also a firm believer that no process is perfect and brings her operations expertise to bear in finding areas of opportunity for improvement and increased efficiency. Sara has been an active participant in supporting the team and organizational culture throughout all of her roles.


Headshot of Stella Okeke-Common. African-American woman in a patterned blouse. Stella Okeke-Common (she/her/hers) is a Senior Consultant with Diversity@Workplace who believes that wellness is always at the foundation of building diverse and inclusive environments where everybody is seen and heard.

She has over 15 years of transformative leadership experience working with diverse youth and professionals across the globe, skilled in the areas of strategic planning, facilitated discussions, cultural competence and capital, learning and development, identity-conscious mentorship, project management, conflict resolution, large-scale problem solving, and crisis management.

Stella’s philosophies include strategically planning through a critical lens in all areas of business. Incorporating inclusive data metrics and strong interpersonal skills to cross-functionally collaborate with others for optimum results. Research, Collaborate, Plan, Execute, Assess, Enhance, REST. Repeat.

She is very passionate about wellness in the workplace. After ‘All Things 2020’, she believes that we have an opportunity to reimagine what work and the workplace look like so let’s take this opportunity to do so through the lens of equity, inclusion, and wellness. Let’s Reset! She’s also passionate about seeing growth in people and their environment, building a career on seeing others not just survive, but thrive will always be the goal!

Stella is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Leadership at Concordia University-River Forest.

Headshot of Su Joun. Black and white photo of an Asian female wearing a black jacket Su Joun (she/her/hers) is the Principal of Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group LLC which works with organizations to diversify their workforce and create inclusive, equitable work environments through consultation and training.

She was the Vice President of Talent, Diversity, and Inclusion at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) where she led the enterprise diversity and inclusion, talent acquisition, performance management and leadership development, and associate engagement teams.  In addition to expertise in D&I and talent management, she has held leadership roles in IT & operations, marketing, sales, and call centers in various organizations and industries.

Su received her MBA from Suffolk University and her MS in Nonprofit Management from Northeastern University. She has taught Global Human Resources, Organizational Behavior, and CareerLaunch at Suffolk University and has presented to various audiences such as the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, CFO Roundtable, UMASS Center for Collaborative Leadership, NEHRA, HubWeek, General Assembly, Skillsoft Conference, and the Boston Bar Association.


Headshot of Zaiub Ruane. Middle Eastern woman in a white blouse centered in front of bookshelves. Zainub R. Ruane (she/her/hers) is a Lead Consultant with Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group. She solidified her commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) shortly after becoming a parent and experiencing the corporate world through the lens of a caregiver and woman of color. She has spent the last few years working to change perceptions and stereotypes in the workplace surrounding people in marginalized communities through her work with Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group, where she advises and trains organizations on DEI daily.

Zainub has over a decade of experience working with and for Global Fortune 500 Companies such as Boston Scientific, Olympus America, and Chubb Corporation. She has developed and influenced product marketing on a regional and international level. The majority of her experience is in the medical device industry where she marketed surgical devices and systems. Zainub has played an active part in supporting the team and organizational culture throughout all of her roles.

She received her Master’s in Business Administration from Babson College and her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Anthropology from Rutgers University. Most recently, Zainub completed a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from eCornell. She is currently completing a course on Gender Inclusion through the University of Pittsburgh.