Mynesha Spencer, L.L.M.
(Pronouns: she, her, hers)
Meet Our Founder
We recognize that discussions regarding multicultural issues, race relations, and human rights may prove a foreign language for many Americans. Thus, we employ civic education to encourage civic engagement so that you too, can become culturally competent.
Ms. Spencer earned an Administration of Justice degree from the Thomas F. Freeman Honors College of Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas May of 2015. She continued her collegiate studies at the University of Salamanca in Salamanca, Spain as required by the Foreign Language Department where she earned a second bachelor’s in Spanish. Thereafter, she graduated from Washburn School of Law and received certificates in both Civil Rights and Criminal Law.
Mynesha is the Founder and Chief Inclusion Strategist at All of Us Together Co., a human relations firm that specializes in diversity, equity and inclusion strategies established to improve human relations via applied training and workshop facilitation. The firm works to equip large and small workforces, public and private K-collegiate educational entities, for-profit and non-profit organizations, and municipal, state and federal entities with the knowledge and resources that enables space for all people.
Mynesha believes that, “Public service institutions will never be better than the individuals who manage them” and is therefore driven to help entities thrive in human relation management. She also trusts that along-side her, the world has a promising future… one that includes accepting it’s moral responsibility to administer social, racial, gender, and civil justice.
Mynesha is devoted to the advancement of concepts, practices, and policies that impact positive change. Her dynamic approach to listening, speaking, teaching, and training is directly aligned with best practices and specific organizational needs.
In 2020, Mynesha was selected to serve on the Strategic Leadership Academy Board of Topeka, Kansas for minority leadership development and concurrently served as a Board Member on the Greater Topeka Partnership Board for Economic Inclusion. Her greatest career achievement thus far has been participating in the 2021 Warner Robins Police Academy in Middle Georgia to work on advancing police- community relations. Her resume and professional memberships prove a testament to both her skill and passion for diversity and inclusion efforts.