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Marqui Coaching and Consulting




CEO & Principal Consultant

Areas of Expertise

Personal and professional change

Strategic planning

Program development

Executive coaching

Originally from Pittsburgh, PA., Marquita has been in the Twin Cities since 1999, working on behalf of children and families. The former President and CEO of the African American Adoption Agency, and Community Engagement lead for the Roseville Area School district’s 21st Century grant, she is now responsible for developing the program content and organizational presence of the Urban League’s Education department. Marquita has developed the Parent Academy, a Summer STEAM program, and deepened the Twin Cities’ version of the National Urban League’s Project Ready as Black Gems. These programs focus on programming for students across the Twin Cities in middle and high school, and for
their parents. Marquita’s advocacy in the area of education includes public legislative testimony, being a principal author, with Minnesota Department of Education and Minneapolis Public Schools, of a soon to be published Equity Guidebook. Marquita was also the facilitator for the Community Conversations for the City of Roseville arising after the shooting of Philando Castile, tackling such subjects as police/community relations and immigration reform.


She continues to staff projects for the Urban League that address policing and criminal justice; she also serves on the Urban League’s leadership team.



Principal Consultant

Areas of Expertise

Organizational development

People-centered strategy development

Resource development

Facilitation, Planning, and Redesign

Michelle is the co-founder and former COO of the Northside Achievement Zone, a comprehensive, collaborative effort modeled after the Harlem Children’s Zone to focus on ending generational poverty in North Minneapolis with education as a lever. Michelle co-led the 2-year steering committee process with over 40 non-profit and school partners to design a comprehensive model for change, which is still guiding
work in the successful collaborative effort. With nearly 20 years of experience as a non-profit leader, she is now consulting to cultivate racially equitable solutions in the social sector. Currently, she is completing a Masters in Public Affairs degree at the University of Minnesota Humphrey School with a focus on human services leadership. She has consulted with numerous organizations on strategy and
organizational culture, including working with Dakota County Social Services department to create and adopt an anti-racism hiring toolkit.




Areas of Expertise

Strategic planning
Culture change
Diversity, equity and inclusion
Executive coaching
Group facilitator
Leadership development
Organizational development strategist
Succession planning
Talent management

Ms. Angela M. Airall is often referred to as a catalyst, a spiritual advisor and a healer in the examination and reconciliation of bias, discrimination and institutional oppression. She combines her passion in Strategic Diversity , Equity, Inclusion and Culture Change with her cross-cultural competency and education in Strategy from Harvard Business School. Her expertise in assessing and institutionalizing global, national, local, corporate and civic change initiatives has left a legacy for advancing
the marginalized and underserved across a variety of industries


Angela brings three decades of consulting to leaders and organizations to build a culture of Strategic Diversity and Inclusion. She has served in internal roles as Chief Diversity Officer and Chief Learning Officer with line responsibility for training, development and culture change at the Center for Creative Leadership, CINERGY, Duke Energy, Duke Medicine, Duke University, Educational Testing Service, Johnson and Johnson, and Girl Scouts of the USA, Inc.

Ambreasha Frazier
​Ambreasha is an organization efficiency expert with deep roots in the North Minneapolis community. She is the lead consultant and coach for organizations, collaboratives, and businesses – with a focus on education, economic development, and the wealth divide.
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