ALLY UP!

Hybrid allyship training to accelerate your diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI) efforts by building more ally partnerships.

PROMO

WHY ALLYSHIP?

96% 

DEI efforts that include allies show progress 96% of the time, 3x more than DEI efforts without allyship 

Allyship is an inclusive, two-way relationship between allies & partners

IMPACT
OVER

INTENT

Allies who work with those they serve are more likely to take the right actions for the right reasons

All In

Allyship includes the whole workforce, engaging majority AND minority groups as key players in executing your long-term DEI strategy 

WHAT IS ALLY UP?

Ally Up is a virtual course Mattingly Solutions built in partnership with Udemy, the world's leading global marketplace for online learning.

 

Allyship and inclusion expert, Dr. Victoria Mattingly, wrote, filmed, and published Ally Up during the global pandemic in April 2020. 

Since launching Ally Up on Udemy, over 4,000 students, in 66 countries have taken the course. It's rated 4.4 stars (out of five) averaged across 1800+ reviews.

WHAT IS ALLY UP FOR ORGANIZATIONS?

On-demand, asynchronous virtual training for people wanting to be allies AND partner with allies to advance DEI efforts. Priced for scale. And built to easily integrate with e-learning platforms or however you share virtual courses with your workforce.

Wrap-around DEI consulting services built specifically for your organization (e.g., assessment, webinars) to ensure what's learned in Ally Up translates to actual behavior change outcomes back on-the-job

WHAT PEOPLE SAY?

Exactly what the world and all its humans need right now.

- Training Participant

It challenged me to look at what my behaviors are and understand them, which puts me in a better position to see challenges others have, while also giving me better skills for helping others.

- Training Participant

Great course, brilliantly delivered; great insight to learn about allyship and its strategies to promote diversity and inclusion.

- Training Participant

I found the content highly relatable, up to date, and not U.S. centric (I am based outside of the U.S. and can sometimes find U.S. D&I content a little off the mark for local conditions).

- Training Participant