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Platinum is a people based project intended to bring together individuals who share a common purpose: to stand up to negativity, hatred, and bias. I initially started this private campaign over 20 years ago by creating parallel approaches in my work with organizational development and personal coaching. My work has been built upon the need to create a clear path for those who follow after me, leaving as few obstacles for them to face as possible. I realized this work must be made public after I discovered so many other like-minded individuals were traveling the same path. There were allies all around me— people who genuinely care about how they treat others, people without a self serving agenda, people who are concerned with making the world a compassionate and kind place for everyone. I also recognized I was in a powerful position where I could provide guidance and support for these individuals and forge a breakthrough towards equality and unity. I am moved by the overwhelming number of individuals who have joined me in this journey and I welcome those out there who are ready, will, and able to do the work but don’t know how or where to start.

Please join us on our journey to rebuild the bridges that differences broke.

- Deborah