IBIS Consulting Group, Inc.



Since 1987, IBIS (formerly Ibis Consulting Group) has guided organizations through successful workplace diversity initiatives. Our focus is on improving individual and organizational performance by leveraging the potential of diversity and inclusion. We are a recognized leader in the field of Diversity and Inclusion (referred to as D&I) and our clients span all sectors, from Fortune 100 companies to academic institutions and non-profits. We are proud that our cutting-edge e-learning and classroom-based solutions have provided D&I training to more than a half-a-million employees across the globe. Our consulting approach is collaborative, results-oriented, and customized to each client’s unique culture and objectives. IBIS is certified as a woman and minority owned business.




Diversity E-Learning
Topic Areas
Features & Benefits
Process & Methodology
Demo & Portfolio
D&I Initiatives
D&I Workshops
BIC Services
Train-The-Trainer (TTT)
Organizational Assessments
Strategic Planning

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"The Ibis team has extensive diversity education/consulting experience and knowledge to partner effectively with us and to customize a training tool that fits our specific organizational needs. They are true professionals…patient, focused and willing to meet us where we are in the change process.”


Gwen Houston GM, Global Diversity & Inclusion, Microsoft


"Harvard had a three year contract with Ibis Consulting Group to assist us with organizational development and training. They always provided wise counsel, skilled facilitation, and a deep understanding both of diversity and of the complexities of creating change in a university setting. I recommend them highly.”

Joanne Doherty, former Director, Center for Training and Development Harvard University, now at Children’s Hospital



"Working with ibis was a great experience. You and your team were very understanding of our specific needs, easily accommodating adjustments throughout the final steps in order to help us address internal demands and changes in the business. We were really happy with the final product and the roll-out was a success, achieving a 92% satisfaction rate with our employees.”

Kenneth Bentley, VP Community Affairs and Educational Programs, Nestle

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205 Newbury St.,Ste 201
Framingham, Massachusetts 01701
United States of America

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