Course Information

  • Self-Paced

    This course is a completely self-paced and self-directed experience, meaning you can complete the course on your own schedule and timeline. You will have access to all materials for one year from the time of purchase.

  • Time Commitment

    The self-paced sessions include narrated slides, readings, videos, and reflection activities. We estimate the self-paced sessions will take you approximately 1-2 hours each to complete.

Your Instructors

Co-Founder, the equity practice

Alli Myatt

Alli Myatt is a principal and co-founder of The Equity Practice. Alli has over two decades of experience advising nonprofits, districts, charter networks and companies on their practices. Prior to founding The Equity Practice, Alli was the Chief Operating Officer of an education nonprofit, where she led organizational wide DEI strategy, along with organizational strategy, talent, finance, and operations work. Alli worked at Teach For America where she was responsible for leading the National District & School partnership strategy and support team. Alli also has deep experience working with districts and charter networks to improve their hiring and other talent practices through her work at TNTP and The Bridgespan Group. Alli has an MBA from The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.

Co-Founder, the equity practice

Courtney Tungate

Courtney Tungate is a principal and co-founder of The Equity Practice, an equity consulting firm that partners with organizations to help them live out their commitments to DEI. Courtney has over 10 years of experience in talent and operations in the education and non-profit sectors. Prior to co-founding The Equity Practice, Courtney led talent and staffing for a rapidly growing education nonprofit, Teaching Trust. While there, she implemented talent and operations systems to help the organization scale, created a full cycle recruiting and hiring process, while building buy-in of key stakeholders, and managed projects across every function of the organization. A fierce advocate for creating more human workplaces, Courtney is committed to helping organizations develop strong talent and people operations that empower staff to do their best work. During her time at Teaching Trust, she helped the organization scale from a staff of 9 to over 50 employees, creating and implementing systems and infrastructure for sustainable growth. She also helped create more equitable practices across the organization, and implemented DEI strategies which resulted in increasing team diversity from 15-20% people of color to 50-60% people of color within three years. Courtney is SHRM certified and an alumnae of the Education Pioneers Emerging Human Capital Leaders Initiative Program. She holds an MPA in Education Policy and Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from The University of Oklahoma. She currently resides in Dallas, TX.